Stuart Clark

Clark, Lee can’t help Australia in must-win Port Elizabeth one-day clash

Australia-CricketPort Elizabeth, Apr 13 : The Australian new-ball pair of Stuart Clark and Brett Lee have returned to the squad, but neither will be of any help to skipper Ricky Ponting in Monday’s must-win one-day clash here with South Africa.

Lee, who is in Port Elizabeth training with his IPL team, met Australian coach Tim Nielsen on Saturday and will join the Australian ODI squad on April 18 when they fly from Johannesburg to Dubai for a series against Pakistan.

Clark rushed to South Africa to bolster depleted Oz squad

Clark rushed to South Africa to bolster depleted Oz squadPort Elizabeth, Apr 12 : Fast bowler Stuart Clark has been rushed to join Australia's one-day squad in South Africa as a replacement for injured pace bowler Brett Geeves.

Clark, who missed all six Tests against South Africa this season because of an elbow injury, will arrive in Port Elizabeth before the fourth one-day international against the Proteas.

However it's unlikely Clark, 33, will play in that match, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.

Stuart Clark signs six-week deal with Kent

Stuart Clark signs six-week deal with KentBrisbane (Australia), Mar. 16: Injured Australian fast bowler Stuart Clark has signed a six-week deal to play English county cricket with Kent in the hope of making it back to the national squad for the Ashes this year.

Clark had elbow surgery at the start of the summer then was forced to miss the South African tour because of another flare-up.

Desperate to churn through some overs ahead of the opening Ashes in Cardiff in July, the 33-year-old Clark said the brief stint with Kent was the perfect chance to reignite his ambitions.

Stuart Clark makes successful return from injury

Sydney, Mar. 8 : Australia pace bowler Stuart Clark has made a successful return to club cricket after recovering from the elbow problems which kept him out of both the home and away series against South Africa.

The 33-year-old bowler took 3-22 off 10 overs playing for Sydney University against Eastern Suburbs at Waverley Oval, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.

He claimed two wickets in his final spell to leave his side just one wicket short of an outright victory.

It was Clark''s first stint since taking 4-29 from 14 overs in a single game for Sydney University in a previous appearance in late January.

Pacer Stuart Clark to miss Proteas tour due to recurrence of elbow injury

Pacer Stuart Clark to miss Proteas tour due to recurrence of elbow injurySydney, Jan. 29 : Australian fast bowler Stuart Clark has been ruled out of next month''s cricket tour of South Africa following a setback with his troublesome elbow.

National selectors'' chairman Andrew Hilditch said his panel wasn''t prepared to risk Clark''s fitness following recent surgery with such a heavy playing schedule for the national team over the coming 12 months.

Oz pacer Clark says he plans to play on till 2013

Stuart Clark Sydney, Jan. 25 : Australian fast bowler Stuart Clark believes that he still has about three to four years of cricket left in him, and has dismissed claims thathe is a spent force at the international level.

Outlining his plans to play Test cricket until 2013, Clark, who has recovered from elbow surgery, took the most significant step in his bid to tour South Africa when he turned out for grade side Sydney University against Sutherland on Saturday.

Clark''s comeback coincided with that of Andrew Symonds, who appeared for Gold Coast Dolphins after undergoing knee surgery following the Boxing Day Test.