Tribute to Australia's Phillip Hughes

  • Pakistani cricket fans light candles to pay tribute to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes in Karachi, Pakistan, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Test batsman Hughes died in a Sydney hospital on Thursday, two days after being struck on the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. He was 25. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  • Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke, right, and his wife, Kyly, arrive to a media briefing following the death of fellow cricketer Phillip Hughes during a press conference at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Hughes, 25, died in the hospital from a “catastrophic” injury to his head Thursday, two days after being struck by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
  • James Sutherland, chief executive of Cricket Australia, listens to a statement being read by Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke following the death of fellow cricketer Phillip Hughes during a press conference at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sydney, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Hughes, 25, died in the hospital from a “catastrophic” injury to his head Thursday, two days after being struck by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
  • FILE - In this Sept. 19, 2011 file photo Australia's batsman Phillip Hughes celebrates after scoring a century during the fourth days' play of the third cricket test match between Australia and Sri Lanka in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Hughes died in a Sydney hospital on Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014, two days after being struck in the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. He was 25. (AP Photo/ Eranga Jayawardena, File)
  • Floral tributes are left outside the Grace Gate at Lord's Cricket Ground, London, Thursday Nov. 27, 2014, in memory of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes who died after being struck on the head by a cricket ball at Sydney Cricket Ground two days ago. (AP Photo/Anthony Devlin/PA)
  • In this computer generated image provided by Masuri Group Ltd and issued on Tuesday Nov. 25, 2014 shows a cricket helmet with old and new profiles. In light of the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, are cricket helmets affording the right level of protection to batsmen receiving deliveries of up to 90 miles per hour from the world’s quickest bowlers? And will helmets ever guarantee the safety of a batsman? (AP Photo/Masuri Group Ltd via PA)
  • Pakistani cricket fans light candles to pay tribute to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes in Karachi, Pakistan, Thursday, Nov. 27, 2014. Test batsman Hughes died in a Sydney hospital on Thursday, Nov. 27, two days after being struck on the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match. He was 25. (AP Photo/Shakil Adil)
  • Tributes to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes can be seen outside the main gates to the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) November 28, 2014. Australia's cricket board will launch an "immediate" review into player safety in the wake of Hughes' death, as the global cricket community mourned on Friday and the fate of next week's first test against India remained in limbo. Flags flew at half-mast at cricket grounds and players left bats outside their doors in tribute to batsman Hughes, whose death in hospital on Thursday at the age of 25 shook the sport to its core and prompted a global outpouring of sympathy. REUTERS/David Gray
  • An Australian national flag flies at half-mast as a tribute to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes outside the Cricket New South Wales headquarters located at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) November 28, 2014. Australia's cricket board will launch an "immediate" review into player safety in the wake of Hughes' death, as the global cricket community mourned on Friday and the fate of next week's first test against India remained in limbo. Flags flew at half-mast at cricket grounds and players left bats outside their doors in tribute to batsman Hughes, whose death in hospital on Thursday at the age of 25 shook the sport to its core and prompted a global outpouring of sympathy. (REUTERS/David Gray)

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