Try3Steps.com:
Dear Reader, If you use TRY3STEPS a lot, this message is for you. We're sure you are busy so we'll make this quick: Today we need your help. We don't have salespeople. We depend on donations from exceptional readers, but fewer than 2% give. If you donate just a coffee, lunch or whatever you can today, TRY3STEPS could keep thriving. Thank you. (Secure PayPal)

*Everything counts! No minimum threshold!
Thanks for inspiring us!

Search Another Question

May 26, 2021

[Answer] 2. The Australian cricketer Kim Hughes, in this interview, was struggling to hold back the tears. He was so overcome he got up and left the interview unfinished, passing his statement to a member of Aussie team. What reason did he have for his distress?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "2. The Australian cricketer Kim Hughes, in this interview, was struggling to hold back the tears. He was so overcome he got up and left the interview unfinished, passing his statement to a member of Aussie team. What reason did he have for his distress?"



...1. He was unlucky in that he had just been bowled a cricket ball in his sensitive area 2. His lucky cricket pants had been eaten by a dingo that had been trained by David Gower 3. He was resigning the captaincy of the Australian cricket team 4. He had the winning lotto numbers but had forgotten to play Kim Hughes gathered the press to announce his resignation of the captaincy for the Australian cricket team on the 26th November 1984. While trying to read the letter, Kim became emotional and left the interview, handing his statement to the team manager Bob Merriman. His reaction wasn't seen as a very Australian thing to do by the majority of the Aussie press and he came in for some criticism. Despite being remembered for his tears, Kim over his career in Test cricket hit 9 centuries and had 22 spells at the crease with over 50 runs batted, with a career best of 213 runs in a single Test match.




Step 2 : Answer to the question "2. The Australian cricketer Kim Hughes, in this interview, was struggling to hold back the tears. He was so overcome he got up and left the interview unfinished, passing his statement to a member of Aussie team. What reason did he have for his distress?"



He was resigning the captaincy of the Australian cricket team:


Please let us know as comment, if the answer is not correct!


Step 3 : Disclaimer & Terms of Use regarding the question "2. The Australian cricketer Kim Hughes, in this interview, was struggling to hold back the tears. He was so overcome he got up and left the interview unfinished, passing his statement to a member of Aussie team. What reason did he have for his distress?"


Our machine learning tool trying its best to find the relevant answer to your question. Now its your turn, "The more we share The more we have". Share our work with whom you care, along with your comment ...Kindly check our comments section, Sometimes our tool may wrong but not our users.

Are We Wrong To Think We're Right? Then Give Right Answer Below As Comment

No comments:

Post a Comment