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Australian Shaun Tait will join Essex for the duration of this summer's Friends Life t20 competition.
Shaun Tait will not play for Surrey in the Friends Life t20 after suffering new complications with his elbow injury.
Canada batsman John Davison will retire from international cricket after Wednesday's clash with Australia.
Two further members of Australia's World Cup squad, Nathan Hauritz and Shaun Tait, suffered injuries in the second one-dayer.
Shaun Tait has insisted once again that he will not be returning to Test cricket to take part in the home Ashes series this year.
Australia paceman Shaun Tait insists he will not be facing England in the Ashes this winter.
Ricky Ponting is keen to persuade Shaun Tait to return to Test, and specifically Ashes, cricket.
Doug Bollinger believes Shaun Tait can help Australia avoid a "damaging" whitewash against England.
Australia's IPL contingent are waiting for security advice before committing to this year's tournament.
Australia have the opportunity to complete an unbeaten home summer in the second T20 international against West Indies.
Andrew Symonds has had his central contract offer withdrawn by Cricket Australia, who have selected Shaun Tait in his place.
Shaun Tait says it feels "like a kick in the teeth" not being offered a central contract by Cricket Australia.
Ricky Ponting will return to lead Australia's injury-hit side against New Zealand in Sydney on Sunday.
Former Australian paceman Jason Gillespie has backed Shaun Tait to return to international cricket and his self-imposed break from cricket.
Shaun Tait has decided to take an indefinite absence from all cricket due to physical and emotional exhaustion.
India appear set to recall Harbhajan Singh for the series decider in Adelaide, while Brad Hogg is likely to return for Australia.
Shaun Tait insists he is not getting carried away with talk of him being called-up for Australia's third Test against India at Perth.
Mitchell Johnson believes he is still some way from cementing his place in Australia's Test side.
Australia captain Ricky Ponting claims Mitchell Johnson is still in ahead of Shaun Tait in the fast bowling queue for a place in their Test XI.
Brett Lee has defended pace partner Shaun Tait's bowling action amidst further rumblings from the New Zealand camp.
England enjoyed another near-perfect day at the Ageas Bowl on Wednesday, says Michael Atherton.
Criticised pair James Anderson and Stuart Broad were 'outstanding' on day three, says Andrew Strauss.
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