Steve Smith "Is Human After All", Registers Rare Failure On Sheffield Shield Return. Watch  NDTVSports.comView full coverage on Google News
Steve Smith, who had a phenomenal Ashes series, faced a rare batting failure when he was dismissed for a rare duck on his return to Sheffield Shield on Thursday.Steve Smith, who had a phenomenal Ashes series, faced a rare batting failure when he was dismissed for a rare duck on his return to Sheffield Shield on Thursday.

Steve Smith Dismissed For Duck On Sheffield Shield Return. Watch | Cricket News

Cricket News: Veteran South African pacer Dale Steyn has heaped praise on Steve Smith for his impeccable consistency in Test cricket. Smith had an incredible Ashes Cricket News: Veteran South African pacer Dale Steyn has heaped praise on Steve Smith for his impeccable consistency in Test cricket. Smith had an incredible Ashes

Steve Smith is confusing bowlers left, right and centre: Dale Steyn | Cricket News - Times of India

Australia batsman Steve Smith had a rare failure with the bat as he was out for a duck upon his return to Sheffield Shield Trophy after a gap of two years. Playing for New South Wales, Smith edged a delivery from Queensland bowler Cameron Gannon as Joe Burns took a sharp catch. Australia batsman Steve Smith had a rare failure with the bat as he was out for a duck upon his return to Sheffield Shield Trophy after a gap of two years. Playing for New South Wales, Smith edged a delivery from Queensland bowler Cameron Gannon as Joe Burns took a sharp catch.

Steve Smith Out For Nought Upon Return to Sheffield Shield

“Turns out Steve Smith is human after all! Out for a duck on a day of #SheffieldShield carnage at the Gabba https://t.co/9LI8VPga8x”

cricket.com.au on Twitter: "Turns out Steve Smith is human after all! Out for a duck on a day of #SheffieldShield carnage at the Gabba… "

“I’m sorry @stevesmith49 I love that you are back in the team - an amazing player. But you are no longer captain material. You lost that right with the decisions you made. Step aside with grace and let @tdpaine36 do his job without this rubbish.”

Jo Palmer on Twitter: "I’m sorry @stevesmith49 I love that you are back in the team - an amazing player. But you are no longer captain material. You lost that right with the decisions you made. Step aside with grace and let @tdpaine36 do his job without this rubbish."

“Highlight of my GF Day was catching the 🐐 @stevesmith49 and trying not to embarrass myself. I didn’t achieve that I was a super fan. Sorry bro please apologise to your wife. #roosters”

Jamie Soward on Twitter: "Highlight of my GF Day was catching the 🐐 @stevesmith49 and trying not to embarrass myself. I didn’t achieve that I was a super fan. Sorry bro please apologise to your wife. #roosters… https://t.co/1EbRI3N4OR"

“Only chance Australia have of winning this @rugbyworldcup is that they call up @stevesmith49 🏏😃”

Mike Phillips on Twitter: "Only chance Australia have of winning this @rugbyworldcup is that they call up @stevesmith49 🏏😃"

Marcus Harris scored a much-needed century, but Steve Smith posted a rare failure in a day of mixed fortunes for Australia's Test stars.Marcus Harris scored a much-needed century, but Steve Smith posted a rare failure in a day of mixed fortunes for Australia's Test stars.

External Link

England’s bowlers slaved for hour upon hour during this year’s Ashes series and didn’t come close to achieving what journeyman Cameron Gannon did late on Thursday afternoon at the Gabba.England’s bowlers slaved for hour upon hour during this year’s Ashes series and didn’t come close to achieving what journeyman Cameron Gannon did late on Thursday afternoon at the Gabba.

Steve Smith fell for his first duck in almost three years of first class cricket on Thursday. The bowler who got his wicket was USA international Cameron Gannon.Steve Smith fell for his first duck in almost three years of first class cricket on Thursday. The bowler who got his wicket was USA international Cameron Gannon.

Steve Smith dismissed for duck by USA bowler | Sports News, The Indian Express

Former Australia captain Steve Smith returned to first-class cricket for New South Wales after a period of two years and though much was expectedThe last time we saw a duck next to his name on the scorecard was against South Africa in the 2016 Test match at WACA, Perth.

Sheffield Shield: Steve Smith bags a 5-ball duck for NSW, his first after 54 innings in first-class cricket - CricTracker

He may have pulled off superhuman feats during the 2019 Ashes series in England, but Steve Smith found out he was human after all, towards the end of the gruelling, month-and-a-half-long tour of England.He may have pulled off superhuman feats during the 2019 Ashes series in England, but Steve Smith found out he was human after all, towards the end of the gruelling, month-and-a-half-long tour of England.

Steve Smith’s ‘body had shut down’ by the end of the Ashes

Read the detailed Reports & Articles of Queensland vs New South Wales, Sheffield Shield, 2nd Match only on ESPNcricinfo.comRead the detailed Reports & Articles of Queensland vs New South Wales, Sheffield Shield, 2nd Match only on ESPNcricinfo.com

Recent Match Report - Queensland vs New South Wales, Sheffield Shield, 2nd Match | ESPNcricinfo.com

Following his one-year ban period which ended in the last week of March, Smith returned to the national side for World Cup 2019 but created a real impact during Ashes, where he scored 774 runs from seven innings at a bradmanesque average of 110.57.Following his one-year ban period which ended in the last week of March, Smith returned to the national side for World Cup 2019 but created a real impact during Ashes, where he scored 774 runs from seven innings at a bradmanesque average of 110.57.

Steve Smith to be back as Australia captain? Right-hander offers his take | cricket | Hindustan Times

In total, he accumulated 774 runs in the entire Ashes series 2019. It was how it went for Steve Smith after his return to the Red-ballIn total, he accumulated 774 runs in the entire Ashes series 2019. It was how it went for Steve Smith after his return to the Red-ball

Steve Smith Reveals His View On Taking Captaincy Again For Australia

In total, he accumulated 774 runs in the entire Ashes series 2019. It was how it went for Steve Smith after his return to the Red-ballIn total, he accumulated 774 runs in the entire Ashes series 2019. It was how it went for Steve Smith after his return to the Red-ball

Steve Smith Reveals His View On Taking Captaincy Again For Australia

David Warner will look to capitalise after surviving on a day where the lesser-knowns, not the Test stars, shone in Queensland's Sheffield Shield opener again...David Warner will look to capitalise after surviving on a day where the lesser-knowns, not the Test stars, shone in Queensland's Sheffield Shield opener again...

Warner unbeaten as big guns fall at Gabba | Port Lincoln Times

Steve Smith isn't thinking about captaincy in the longest format at the moment. The former Aussie skipper was banned for 12 months and stripped of captaincy for a two-year period in relation to a ball-tampering scandal in 2018. Smith has returned in style and is happy to play under skipper Paine.Steve Smith isn't thinking about captaincy in the longest format at the moment. The former Aussie skipper was banned for 12 months and stripped of captaincy for a two-year period in relation to a ball-tampering scandal in 2018. Smith has returned in style and is happy to play under skipper Paine.

Smith has his say on returning as Australian Test captain

Out-of-form Australian opener gets strong backing from South African great Dale Steyn, who also heaps praise on Steve SmithOut-of-form Australian opener gets strong backing from South African great Dale Steyn, who also heaps praise on Steve Smith

Cricket.com.au

Trevor Hohns raised many an eyebrow earlier this week when he refused to guarantee a spot for David Warner in Australia’s Test XI for upcoming summer fixtures against Pakistan and New Zealand. Warner’s endured a horror run of form with the red ball since returning from his lengthy suspension, becoming the first batsmen in Test […]Trevor Hohns raised many an eyebrow earlier this week when he refused to guarantee a spot for David Warner in Australia’s Test XI for upcoming summer fixtures against Pakistan and New Zealand. Warner’s endured a horror run of form with the red ball since returning from his lengthy suspension, becoming the first batsmen in Test […]

Who needs a big domestic season to secure a Test spot?

Category: | Herald Sun