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BRISBANE---Michael Clarke showed he is ready
to resume international cricket after a long injury
absence, and lead Australia at the World Cup, by
getting through yesterday s match between a select
Cricket Australia XI and Bangladesh.
The match at Brisbane s Allan Border field was
a chance for Clarke to prove his fitness for the World
Cup, beginning February 14, as he recovers from
hamstring surgery; the latest episode of his career-
long struggles with back and hamstring problems.
Clarke took a catch to dismiss Bangladesh captain
Shakib Al Hasan, and even bowled two overs.
He then scored 34 from 36 balls with six fours
in a 47-minute innings.
Clarke will rejoin the Australia team in Adelaide
"In my opinion, there s still a gap between where
I am now and playing a one-day international for
Australia," Clarke said. "But the fortunate thing is
I ve got plenty of time to close that gap.
"I m trying to get fit and healthy as soon as pos-
sible, and then the experts will make those deci-
Lee to coach Ireland's bowlers
DUBLIN---Former Australia paceman Brett Lee
has agreed to a short-term deal to coach Ireland s
bowlers in the buildup to the Cricket World Cup.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons says Lee has a "special
insight of Australian pitches," and "it s a fantastic
opportunity for our bowlers to learn from a living
The 38-year-old Lee retired from all forms of
cricket last month after playing in the Twenty20
final of Australia s Big Bash. A two-time World Cup
winner, Lee took 310 wickets in 76 tests, and 380
wickets in 221 ODIs.
Ireland plays Randwick Petersham in a 50-over
friendly today before official warm-up games against
Scotland on Tuesday and Bangladesh on Thursday.
The Irish are in Pool B of the World Cup.
Pakistan requests ICC to approve Ali
ISLAMABAD---The Pakistan Cricket Board has
requested ICC approval for left-arm fast bowler
Rahat Ali to replace the injured Junaid Khan in the
World Cup squad.
Ali has played just one limited-overs international,
three years ago, but has been a regular test bowler,
taking 31 wickets in 11 tests.
Junaid, also a left-arm fast bowler, has been ruled
out of the World Cup with a hamstring injury. Bilawal
Bhatti replaced him in the just-completed two one-
dayers against New Zealand, but was unimpressive
in both matches, including humbling figures of 0-
93 in 119-run defeat in the second match.
Ali had not been part of Pakistan s 30-member
preliminary World Cup squad.
Hussey to work with Proteas
SYDNEY---Cricket Australia has confirmed former
Australia batsman Mike Hussey will work with
South Africa in a consultancy role during the Crick-
et World Cup.
In a post on its website yesterday, Cricket Australia
says that Hussey s manager had confirmed the 2007
World Cup-winner will attend some training sessions
and give advice to the Proteas on how to play in
South Africa coach Russell Domingo had earlier
announced the appointment.
Domingo said "we ve had some discussions with
Mike Hussey about him joining us on a consultancy
process." He said the 39-year-old Hussey was "a
middle order batter of immense experience and
knows conditions very well in Australia. He ll play
a very low-key role in the background." (AP)
ICC WORLD CUP IN BRIEF
Clarke bats, bowls,
fields in comeback
Australia's captain Michael
Clarke drives the ball during a
one day international cricket
match against England at the
Sydney Cricket Ground in
Sydney. AP PHOTO
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