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Hughes bat to be raised atop Mt Everest

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KATHMANDU, April 13 (IANS): Nepal�s record-breaking climber Chhurim Sherpa will carry the bat and two playing shirts of deceased Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes to the top of the highest peak in the world, Mt Everest.

The 25-year-old Australian died on November 27, 2014, following injuries from a bouncer which hit the back of his head during a first-class match.

Churrim will raise Hughes� bat at the top of the Everest in a symbolic tribute like the #PutYourBatsOut gesture that generated a lot of response from a global audience in the weeks that followed Hughes�s death, reports Cricket Australia (CA).

Churrim, a world record holder for climbing the world�s highest summit twice in a season, said, �If you�re really determined, you can definitely take yourself to new heights and that�s what I�ve done.�

Hughes� still grieving family, in a letter penned to the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) wrote: �The Hughes family would like to thank the CAN and everyone else involved in organising this special tribute to Phillip. Phillip�s death moved many people around the world in ways that we don�t fully comprehend � to us he was our son, our brother and we miss him beyond words.�

�To so many other people he was a young cricketer working hard to achieve his dream of playing cricket for Australia. While achieving this dream, he also touched many individuals and left behind a new meaning of working hard and giving hope to children that anything is possible. We know our loss is shared by many and we thank you for honouring Phillip in this special way.�

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Hughes bat to be raised atop Mt Everest

KATHMANDU, April 13 (IANS): Nepal�s record-breaking climber Chhurim Sherpa will carry the bat and two playing shirts of deceased Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes to the top of the highest peak in the world, Mt Everest.

The 25-year-old Australian died on November 27, 2014, following injuries from a bouncer which hit the back of his head during a first-class match.

Churrim will raise Hughes� bat at the top of the Everest in a symbolic tribute like the #PutYourBatsOut gesture that generated a lot of response from a global audience in the weeks that followed Hughes�s death, reports Cricket Australia (CA).

Churrim, a world record holder for climbing the world�s highest summit twice in a season, said, �If you�re really determined, you can definitely take yourself to new heights and that�s what I�ve done.�

Hughes� still grieving family, in a letter penned to the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) wrote: �The Hughes family would like to thank the CAN and everyone else involved in organising this special tribute to Phillip. Phillip�s death moved many people around the world in ways that we don�t fully comprehend � to us he was our son, our brother and we miss him beyond words.�

�To so many other people he was a young cricketer working hard to achieve his dream of playing cricket for Australia. While achieving this dream, he also touched many individuals and left behind a new meaning of working hard and giving hope to children that anything is possible. We know our loss is shared by many and we thank you for honouring Phillip in this special way.�