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Greg Chappell

29 October 2013
Top players on display

Having lost the past three Ashes series, Australian cricket is desperately in need of a successful summer. Even if we don’t win the Ashes back, it is imperative that we are competitive with England throughout the series.

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21 September 2013
Keep an eye on the next gen

I am really looking forward to this year’s RYOBI One Day Cup.

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27 August 2013
Changes made to benefit future

Australian cricket is copping it from all angles at the moment. It tends to happen when you are not winning.

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09 July 2013
The next generation

In my role as National Talent Manager, I have been privileged to work with the last three U19 programs, including the last two Youth World Cups in New Zealand and Australia.

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12 April 2013
U19s tour of NZ a success

Whichever way one looks at it, the recent tour of New Zealand by the Australian Under-19 men’s team was an unqualified success and the success was not only due to the fact that the team won three out of four matches played.

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27 March 2013
U19s off to NZ

The major part of my role as National Talent Manager with Cricket Australia (CA) is my involvement with our Under-19 program.

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18 January 2013
Chappell: The transition to senior cricket

One couldn’t help feeling for Kane Richardson in his first One Day International last weekend in Adelaide.

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03 January 2013
Chappell: Tony Greig - Larger than life

Tony Greig was a larger than life character who was hard to miss. Standing nearly 2 metres tall, blonde, confident and gregarious, he stood out in most groups.

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21 December 2012
Chappell: Talent Management in good health

The inclusion of Jackson Bird and Usman Khawaja in the squad for the Vodafone Boxing Day Test is validation that the Cricket Australia Talent Management structure is in good health, for slightly different reasons.

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13 December 2012
Chappell: Hughes the next Aussie stalwart?

If one believed everything that has been written about Phillip Hughes over the past few seasons, one would think that he was the only person ever to have found Test cricket a bit challenging and been dropped from the team.

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