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Steve Smith was thrilled to hit his maiden Test century as his 138 not out helped Australia into a commanding position after two days of the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
Australia have announced that Steve Smith has been added to their Ashes squad until the start of the second Test at least.
Just 16 overs of play were possible as Ireland and Australia 'A' were both frustrated by the heavy rain at Stormont on day two.
Pushed into the national team following signs of early promise, Smith is still working to develop his game but looks right at home in Australia's squad.
Australia have trimmed their squad for the Ashes opener from 17 to 13 names - and there is no place for spinner Nathan Hauritz.
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England's winter of discontent has left the national team in a state of disarray with a number of positions, including who will coach the team, still up for grabs heading into the English summer.
We take a look at Graeme Smith's career with South Africa following his decision to retire from international cricket.
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