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Monthly Archives: February 2018

Unchanged Australia seek South African glory | Cricket | Cricket Bats | Australia

Play 01:22 Wessels: South Africa will target Smith and Warner Australia will take the same team that lifted the Ashes urn in Sydney seven weeks ago into the first Test against South Africa, for a series the captain Steven Smith believes can be the making of numerous […]

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Warner interested in political career | Cricket Bats | Australia

Not only is David Warner intent on captaining Australia at every opportunity, the opening batsman has also flagged the possibility of a career in politics once he retires. Warner has been known to interact a little more often with political leaders than most members of the Australian side, famously fronting then Prime Minister Tony Abbott […]

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‘Stanlake could be one of the all-time great fast bowlers’ – Ponting | Cricket Bats | Australia

Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, who had worked with Billy Stanlake as the team’s assistant coach in the Trans-Tasman T20 tri-series, believes that the 23-year old could be one of the “all-time great fast bowlers.” “I just love the look of what he’s got,” Ponting told the Cricket Australia website. “He’s almost seven feet tall, […]

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Seamers set up Queensland’s victory charge | Cricket Bats | Australia

Queensland 342 and 8 for 285 dec (Labuschagne 62, Peirson 51*, Winter 3-55) lead South Australia 162 & 4 for 82 (Weatherald 28, Dalton 23, Doggett 4-32) by 384 runs Queensland is on the verge of going a game clear on top of the Sheffield Shield table after the Bulls quicks dismantled South Australia’s top […]

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Wade scores ton for Tasmania as rain forces draw | Cricket Bats | Australia

New South Wales 8 for 449 dec (Henriques 131*, Larkin 85, Rogers 4-88) drew with Tasmania 4 for 489 dec (Webster 136, Wade 108*, O’Keefe 2-80)Scorecard New South Wales and Tasmania shared a point each in a rain-affected draw but not before Matthew Wade scored his second consecutive century on the final day at the […]

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Tremain’s 10-for leads 255-run rout of Western Australia | Cricket Bats | Australia

Victoria 392 (Dean 111, White 57, Stoinis 3-63) and 8 for 378 (Finch 151*, Harris 55, Stoinis 4-82) beat Western Australia 302 (Phillipe 62, Tremain 7-82) and 213 (Inglis 87, Kelly 41, Boland 3-44) by 255 runsScorecard Victoria has vaulted back into contention for the Sheffield Shield final after a crushing 255-run win over Western […]

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Finch, bowlers bring Victoria in sight of crushing win | Cricket Bats | Australia

Western Australia 302 & 8 for 161 (Inglis 54*, Kelly 44*, Boland 3-44) trail Victoria 392 & 8 for 378 (Finch 151*, Harris 55, Stoinis 4-82) by 307 runs Aaron Finch launches a six down the ground BCCI A stunning century from Aaron Finch and a fine display of fast bowling from the quicks has put […]

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Neser’s four-for stamps Queensland dominance | Cricket Bats | Australia

Queensland 342 (Renshaw 112, Heazlett 59, Worrall 4-75) and 2 for 75 (Labuschagne 25*, Pfeffer 17, Winter 2-17) lead South Australia 162 (Zampa 57, Lehmann 30, Neser 4-32) by 255 runs.Scorecard Michael Neser in his follow through Getty Images Fast bowler Michael Neser tore through South Australia’s middle order to put Queensland in a strong position […]

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Webster and Doran keep New South Wales at bay | Cricket Bats | Australia

Tasmania 2 for 240 (Webster 102*, Doran 86*, O’Keefe 1-40) trail New South Wales 8 for 449 dec by 209 runs Beau Webster celebrates bringing up his hundred Getty Images Persistent batting from the Tasmanian pair of Beau Webster and Jake Doran and persistent rain have combined to frustrate New South Wales at the SCG. After […]

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Tremain takes seven to skittle Western Australia | Cricket Bats | Australia

Victoria 392 & 1 for 70 lead Western Australia 302 (Philippe 62, Tremain 7-82) by 160 runs Chris Tremain sends down a delivery Cricket Australia/Getty Images Fast bowler Chris Tremain‘s first seven-wicket haul in first-class cricket gave Victoria the ascendency on day two against Western Australia at the WACA. Tremain had five of his seven victims […]

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