Hayden ends his cricket career

Hayden ends his cricket career

Sydney : Australia | Sep 19, 2012 at 4:08 PM PDT
Source: Sydney Morning Herald
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The 40-year-old former Test opener has decided after "lengthy discussions" not to play a second season for the Brisbane Heat in the Twenty20 Big Bash League and says he'll switch to the board room. The Queenslander retired from Test and international cricket in 2009 before joining the Chennai Super... FULL ARTICLE AT Sydney Morning Herald
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