Coroner clears players and umpires, calling Hughes death 'a minuscule misjudgment' with 'no malicious intent'.
It was never meant to be like this.
The bowler did not appear in person at the inquest, but tabled a prepared statement.
There is no suggestion the bowling was any more dangerous than a typical cricket match.
The inquest seeks to determine the cause of death, and to make cricket safer for all.
Cricket to introduce concussion sub rule.
At 2:23 pm a year ago today, on the third ball of the 49th over in a match between NSW and South Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, a terrible thing happened. Batsman Phillip Hughes was felled by...