CRICKET BUZZ: AUSTRALIA'S SMITH SCORES HALF CENTURY ON CLUB RETURN

The 29-year-old, who got married this week, received a warm welcome from an unusually large crowd at the Glenn McGrath Oval and looked his usual twitchy self at the crease as he rattled off a half century in 62 balls.

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