Players, umpires cleared of fault in Hughes' death

The death of Phillip Hughes was a tragic accident arising from a "minuscule misjudgement" from the batsman and no players or umpires were at fault, according to the New South Wales coroner Michael Barnes.

"However, in view of the evidence of the other players, the presiding umpires, and Mr Taufel [former umpire Simon Taufel], that Phillip was, because of his high level of skill and confidence, comfortably dealing with the short-pitched balls, I conclude that no failure to enforce the laws of the game contributed to his death.

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