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02:46  09 september  2019
02:46  09 september  2019 Source:   theage.com.au

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Manchester: Tim Paine's legacy as Australia's Test captain is assured after he achieved what higher-profile predecessors Ricky Ponting and Michael Clarke failed to do - bringing home the Ashes.

If Don Bradman's team of 1947-48 are The Invincibles, then Paine's class of 2019 are The Unflinchables, who overcame the trauma of the ball-tampering scandal and the heartbreak at Headingley to become the first Australian men's side to retain the urn in England in 18 years.

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Dubbed the "accidental captain" after taking over in the aftermath of the sandpaper scandal, the understated Paine now takes his place alongside revered captains such as Mark Taylor, Steve Waugh and Bradman to have succeeded in England.

When Paine was appointed sipper during Australian cricket's darkest hour, it's doubtful even he could have foreseen being in the team huddle at Old Trafford some 18 months later singing the John Williamson classic 'True Blue' to celebrate an Ashes triumph.

Entrusted by Cricket Australia with the job of bringing cultural change to the side in the wake of the sandpaper scandal in South Africa, Paine has done that and more.

Even as the critics circled after the stunning loss in the third Test to a Ben Stokes-inspired England, the powers that be at Jolimont were unwavering in their belief in Paine. And the manner in which he picked his team up from the floor in Leeds to steel them for glory in Manchester is proof why.

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There had been a funeral-like atmosphere in the Headingley rooms, according to one present, but hope was renewed after Paine reaffirmed to his side they had been the better team and were beaten by a freak performance by one man. We will beat them, he told his players.

Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain' © Getty Images Tim Paine's legacy is secure after Australia's impressive Ashes triumph. "In terms of what we've been able to achieve as a group it is pretty satisfying from where we've come from in the last 18 months," Paine said.

"It show great character, it shows the great people we have got and shows we've also got some bloody good cricketers in our team.

"Also, from where we've come from even from last week. That was a loss that would break a lot of teams but I was really confident that we weren't one of those teams.

"I could feel it, I thought we handled that week superbly, turned up here and did our jobs as good cricket teams and sports teams do."

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Whereas Waugh had one of the greatest sides of all-time at his disposal in 2001, Paine is leading a developing team still finding their feet at Test level.

Five of his XI at Old Trafford - Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Travis Head, Matthew Wade and Pat Cummins - are playing in their first Ashes series in England. Three of them had not worn the baggy green 12 months ago.

Paine accepted responsibility for the loss in Leeds but was keen to deflect praise for his role in this win.

There must, however, be great personal satisfaction that he contributed to the success not just through his off-field leadership but in the vital runs he scored and astute bowling changes he made on the final day. The decision to bring on part-timer Labuschagne may well have won Australia the game.

If not for a chance phone call to former captain Ponting in the winter of 2017, Paine, then unable to command a regular game with Tasmania, would have hung up the gloves and taken up a job in Melbourne with a cricket goods provider. Whatever he achieves from now, it's doubtful anything will top the triumph here.

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"My dream as a cricketer was to come here and win an Ashes. It certainly wasn't to be the captain of a winning Ashes and it doesn't really mean any more or any less to me," Paine said.

"I have said a lot of times my part in the this team is one of many jobs that many are doing, I just get a lot of the credit at times but it's certainly something we share around between the players and staff.

"I am just happy to be a part of it. I could have been working at Kookaburra so this isn't too bad."

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Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'
Paine's 'Unflinchables' secure legacy of the 'accidental captain'

Paine exorcises Leeds demons with the bat.
Australia captain Tim Paine finally found some form with the bat as his side built up a sizeable first-innings score in the fourth Ashes Test at Old Trafford. Paine has faced criticism for his lack of runs throughout the series where he has scored just 77 runs in six innings and frequently struggled against the short ball. But after riding his luck early when he was dropped on nine after Jason Roy grassed a regulation catch off Stuart Broad, he made sure he cashed in to score his sixth Test half-century.

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