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- CLUB REGISTRATION FORM
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NATHAN'S ASHES CAMPAIGN ALL OVER AND THE URN STAYS HOME
From the superhuman efforts of a genuine great, to the supersub who became a Test regular, Nathan and his fellow bowlers were hamstrung via a sub-par collective effort from most of the top order.
For Nathan it was a frustrating series of highs and lows. After bowling Australia to victory with an inspired display in the opening Test, when he took 6-49 on a wearing day five wicket, Nathan went past Dennis Lillee to become the third most prolific wicket-taker in Australian history.
Things turned around for England at Headingley though, where he struggled with the ball – taking 2-114 in the second innings, but was denied by the umpire – and Australia’s repeated lack of available reviews frivolously wasted earlier.
Suffered a split callus on his spinning finger which hampered his ability in the final two Tests, but still finished with 20 wickets.