Sport 'Dear, oh dear': Bill Lawry to hang up mic

18:06  13 may  2018
18:06  13 may  2018 Source:   msn.com

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Bill Lawry alongside the late Richie Benaud - a long-time colleague in the Channel Nine commentary box - in 2013. England captain Joe Root admits his side need to step up their performance after they were humbled by Pakistan, ahead of the second

Gone: Bill Lawry has reportedly decided against signing for Channel Seven of Foxtel. None of Channel Nine's stable of commentators - Ian Chappell, Mark Taylor, Shane Warne, Michael Slater, Michael Clarke, Ian Healy or Mark Nicholas - have been snapped up by Seven or Fox.

  'Dear, oh dear': Bill Lawry to hang up mic © AAP Images Bill Lawry has reportedly turned down offers to continue his cricket commentary career as broadcasters lock in more talent for the start of a new era next summer.

Fox Sports announced on Sunday they've added former Australian players Mark Waugh, Mike Hussey and Mel Jones to their line-up as well as ex-England representatives Michael Vaughan and Isa Guha.

But former Australian Test captain Lawry, now 81, won't return to Australian TV screens, according to News Corp.

Lawry had worked for the Nine Network only sparingly in recent years, adding his energetic and quirky style to the commentary booth mostly for Tests at his beloved MCG.

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Channel Nine commentator Bill Lawry calls the MCG Boxing Day test in December, alongside Ian Healy. Fox Sports announced on Sunday they've added former Australian players Mark Waugh, Mike Hussey and Mel Jones to their line- up as well as ex-England representatives Michael Vaughan and

Gone: Bill Lawry has reportedly decided against signing for Channel Seven of Foxtel. None of Channel Nine's stable of commentators – Ian Chappell, Mark Taylor, Shane Warne, Michael Slater, Michael Clarke, Ian Healy or Mark Nicholas – have been snapped up by Seven or Fox.

He speculated that last season's home Ashes series may be his last in the commentary box after a career spanning almost 40 years.

It's understood Lawry was approached by both of cricket's new TV rights holders, Channel Seven and Fox Sports, to return to commentary.

The Seven Network announced on Friday it had signed Ricky Ponting, who made his mark as a commentator during the Big Bash League, as the face of their new-look team.

None of Channel Nine's stable of commentators - Ian Chappell, Mark Taylor, Shane Warne, Michael Slater, Michael Clarke, Ian Healy or Mark Nicholas - have been snapped up by Seven or Fox.

Fox have moved the quickest, adding the five new faces to join Adam Gilchrist, Allan Border and Brendon Julian.

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