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Bat on Everest is a perfect tribute to Late Hughes by Nepal cricket association

As a tribute to late Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, the Cricket Association of Nepal is planning to place a bat of the late Australian cricketer on Mount Everest top. Regarding this cricket association of Nepal has written a letter to Cricket Australia (CA). In the letter to chairman of cricket Australia Wally Edwards CAN briefly said about how it wants to honour the cricketer with a 63 over tribute match. “The cricket association of Nepal have asked cricket Australia if it is possible to have one of Hughes bat and a piece of his clothing and a CA flag to take to the world highest point during the next climbing season in March-April,” said Edwards to media. “Cricket Australia had registered trademark in conjunction with Phillip’s management purely as a defensive registration to prevent others trying to exploit Phillip,” a CA member said. “There was some evidence of that starting to occur which is why we have taken this action.” Phillip Hughes died by hit of the ball bowled by Sean Abbott.

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