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Australian Test Cricket skipper Michael Clarke scored his 28th test century in the first innings of the summer’s first test against India at Adelaide Oval. His 128 was particularly memorable with the tragic circumstances of Phil Hughes’ recent passing and being affected by a back injury – retiring hurt on 60 only to return to the crease to notch up the ton.
But was it his best innings?
Pup has scored some pretty special centuries to help Australia at crucial moments. Setting the standard with 151 on debut on the subcontinent, to the remarkable 329* vs India in 2012 at the SCG and 230 vs South Africa later that year making him the only player in Test Cricket history to score 4 double centuries in a single calendar year. And who could forget Capetown in March this year when he fought through the barrage from Dale Steyn to amount 161.
We want to hear which innings YOU think was Michael Clarke’s best for Australia!
Tell us in 25 words or less your favourite Michael Clarke century and why, for a chance to win an awesome Spartan cricket bat signed by the Australian test cricket captain Michael Clarke himself!
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