Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – Australia international Phil Hughes died on November 27 2014, two days after being hit by a cricket ball while playing a professional match for his South Australia side in Sydney.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – Hughes made 26 Test appearances for Australia, hitting 1535 runs at an average of 32.66.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – In 2009, the 20-year-old became the youngest international cricketer to ever hit back-to-back centuries, achieving the feat against South Africa in Durban.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – Hughes, whose mother and sister were present at the Sydney Cricket Ground when he suffered his devastating blow, celebrates victory with father Greg following his Test debut with Australia in 2009.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – Hughes' international career suffered its ups and downs, with the batsman dropped during a disappointing Ashes series in England in 2009. He rebounded, most notably in 2012, and he was believed to be a week away from an international recall when playing the fateful match against former side New South Wales in November.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – Hughes was named Australia's Domestic Player of the Year in 2013.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – In January 2013, Hughes became the first Australian to make a century in his maiden one-day game. Against Sri Lanka in Melbourne, he made 112 runs from 129 balls.
Phil Hughes: 1988-2014 – The batsman was also capable of keeping wicket, doing so in a Test match against Sri Lanka in 2012.