... what they said
I sit here today a very happy man. It’s been on my chest for awhile. I probably would have retired at the end of the 2005 Ashes series if we had have won. But it
SHANE WA’RNE on wasn’t be.— to his quest to win the Ashes one more time before ending his illustrious career.
My focus is my next two Test matches, trying to get the job done. And then I’ll sit back, have a few quiet beers and a couple of smokes, and try and weigh it all up and what
WARNE looking’forward the holds.— future to life post-international cricket.
For me, he was the reason you played cricket. To be ain aTest against him, you knew you were in a battle with Warne, verbally, physically,
captain’ mentally technically.— Former and England NASSER HUSSAIN joins the flood of tributes from around the world for Spin King Shane Warne.
All I did was finish (the third Test) in Perth, come home and I’ve done nothing since and I’ve had journalists camped on the front door and hassling me at home and
Paceman’GLENN everything.— MCGRATH on speculation he too will retire from Test cricket.
Unbelievable. One thing — Australia you bloody beauty. To our families, to our mates, people around the country, every second of our hard work over the past months has been so worth Sensational.— Australian it. opener MATTHEW HAYDEN sums up the emotions after Australia regained the Ashes urn with a win in the third Test in Perth.
I’m looking forward to this as much as a train
ABN’AMRO crew crash.— member CHRIS NICHOLSON, on the forecast southerly gales and big swells for this year’s Sydney to Hobart.