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PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
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JLT ONE-DAY SERIES 
Wed 27/9 - CXI v SA, Allan Border Field 
Fri 29/9 - QLD v CXI, Allan Border Field 
Fri 29/9 - WA v NSW, WACA (2pm) 
Sun 1/10 - QLD v SA, Allan Border Field 
Sun 1/10 - WA v VIC, WACA (10am) 
Mon 2/10 - TAS v NSW, WACA (10am) 
Wed 4/10 - TAS v VIC, WACA (10am) 
Fri 6/10 - SA v NSW, Hurstville Oval 
Sat 7/10 - VIC v QLD, North Sydney Oval 
Sat 7/10 - WA v TAS, WACA (2pm) 
Sun 8/10 - NSW v CXI, Hurstville Oval 
Tue 10/10 - SA v TAS, North Sydney Oval 
Tue 10/10 - VIC v CXI, Hurstville Oval 
Wed 11/10 - QLD v WA, Drummoyne Oval 
Thu 12/10 - VIC v SA, North Sydney Oval 
Fri 13/10 - CXI v TAS, Hurstville Oval 
Fri 13/10 - NSW v QLD, Drummoyne Oval 
Sun 15/10 - SA v WA, Drummoyne Oval 
Sun 15/10 - NSW v VIC, North Sydney Oval 
Tue 17/10 - CXI v WA, North Sydney Oval 
Tue 17/10 - TAS v QLD, Blundstone Arena 
Thu 19/10 - ELIMINATION FINAL, Blundstone Arena 
Sat 21/10 - FINAL, Blundstone Arena 

JLT SHEFFIELD SHIELD (FIRST HALF) 
Oct 26-29 - QLD v VIC, WA v TAS, SA v NSW 
Nov 4-7 - NSW v WA, TAS v QLD, VIC v SA 
Nov 13-16 - VIC v TAS, QLD v NSW, WA v SA 
Nov 24-27 - SA v TAS, NSW v VIC, WA v QLD 
Dec 3-6 - NSW v TAS, VIC v WA, QLD v SA 

KFC BIG BASH LEAGUE 
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JLT SHEFFIELD SHIELD (SECOND HALF) 
Feb 8-11 - SA v VIC, QLD v TAS, WA v NSW 
Feb 16-19 - TAS v WA, VIC v QLD, NSW v SA 
Feb 24-27 - TAS v NSW, WA v VIC, SA v QLD 
Mar 6-9 - VIC v NSW, TAS v SA, QLD v WA 
Mar 14-17 - NSW v QLD, TAS v VIC, SA v WA 
Mar 23-27 - FINAL 

INTERNATIONALS 

THE ASHES 
Nov 23-27, 'Gabba 
Dec 2-6, Adelaide Oval (D/N) 
Dec 14-18, WACA 
Dec 26-30, MCG 
Jan 4-8, SCG 

ODIs v ENGLAND 
Sun 14/1, MCG 
Fri 19/1, 'Gabba 
Sun 21/1, SCG 
Fri 26/1, Adelaide Oval 
Sun 28/1, WACA 

T20Is TRI-SERIES 
Sat 3/2 - AUS v NZ, SCG 
Wed 7/2 - AUS v ENG, Blundstone Arena 
Sat 10/2 - AUS v ENG, MCG 
Wed 14/2 - NZ v ENG, Wellington 
Fri 16/2 - NZ v AUS, Eden Park 
Sun 18/2 - NZ v ENG, Hamilton 
Wed 21/2 - FINAL, Eden Park 
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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    Initial 14-man squads for the JLT One-Day Series. 

    CRICKET AUSTRALIA XI 
    Max Bryant (QLD), Jake Carder (WA), Jackson Coleman (VIC), Daniel Fallins (NSW), David Grant (SA), Clint Hinchliffe (WA), Jonathan Merlo (VIC), Harry Nielsen (SA), Ben Pengelley (SA), Mark Steketee (QLD), Henry Thornton (NSW), Param Uppal (NSW), Beau Webster (TAS) and Mac Wright (TAS) 

    NEW SOUTH WALES 
    Sean Abbott, Doug Bollinger, Harry Conway, Ed Cowan, Mickey Edwards, Ryan Gibson, Daniel Hughes, Jay Lenton, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Arjun Nair, Peter Nevill, Kurtis Patterson and Gurinder Sandhu 

    QUEENSLAND 
    Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Brendan Doggett, Jason Floros, Cameron Gannon, Sam Heazlett, Usman Khajawa, Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser, James Peirson, Matt Renshaw, Billy Stanlake, Mitchell Swepson and Jack Wildermuth 

    SOUTH AUSTRALIA 
    Tom Andrews, Alex Carey, Tom Cooper, Michael Cormack, Callum Ferguson, Jake Lehmann, Joe Mennie, Alex Ross, Chadd Sayers, Kelvin Smith, Cameron Valente, Jake Weatherald, Nick Winter and Daniel Worrall 

    TASMANIA 
    George Bailey, Jackson Bird, Cameron Boyce, Alex Doolan, Jake Doran, Ben Dunk, Andrew Fekete, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Simon Milenko, Sam Rainbird, Tom Rogers, Jordan Silk and Charlie Wakim 

    VICTORIA 
    Wes Agar, Scott Boland, Travis Dean, Seb Gotch, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, John Hastings, Jon Holland, Will Pucovski, Matt Short, Peter Siddle, Blake Thomson, Chris Tremain and Cameron White 

    WESTERN AUSTRALIA 
    Cameron Bancroft, Will Bosisto, Josh Inglis, Matt Kelly, Michael Klinger, Simon Mackin, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, David Moody, Jhye Richardson, D'Arcy Short, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye and Jonathan Wells 

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    England name their 16-man squad for The Ashes.

    Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Gary Ballance, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Joe Root (c), Ben Stokes, Mark Stoneman, James Vince and Chris Woakes.
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    PAUL said:

    England name their 16-man squad for The Ashes.

    Moeen Ali, James Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Gary Ballance, Stuart Broad, Alastair Cook, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Joe Root (c), Ben Stokes, Mark Stoneman, James Vince and Chris Woakes.

    I wonder if their vice-captain Ben Stokes will still be coming after video footage has now emerged, published by The Sun last night, relating to the alleged street fight in Bristol on Sunday night.

    http://www.cricket.com.au/news/ben-stokes-footage-emerges-fight-brawl-knockout-15-punches-drunken-england-cricket-ashes-australia/2017-09-28?mode=amp
  • TiversTivers    6,542 posts
    Stoked !
  • ThunderstruckThunderstruck    1,687 posts
    edited September 2017
    He always struck me as a bloke not to cross :))
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited September 2017
    With news yesterday from the season launch that JL has signed on as coach for another three seasons, WA's domestic season begins tomorrow with a day-nighter against NSW at the WACA.

    imagehttps://twitter.com/WACA_Cricket/status/912652746653863937

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    The teams for today's match at the WACA. NSW have won the toss and sent WA in to bat.

    WA: Klinger, S.Marsh, Bancroft, M.Marsh, Turner, Wells, Short, Richardson, Tye, Behrendorff and Moody.
    NSW: Maddinson, Hughes, Patterson, Henriques, Cowan, Nevill, Abbott, Sandhu, Lyon, Edwards and Conway.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118571/Western-Australia-vs-New-South-Wales-3rd-match-jlt-one-day-cup/
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    WA 9/269 (50) - S.Marsh 132* (136), Wells 57 (75)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited September 2017
    PAUL said:

    WA 9/269 (50) - S.Marsh 132* (136), Wells 57 (75),
    Sandhu 4/57, Conway 2/49, Abbott 2/54

    A close finish, with two wickets in consecutive deliveries in the 43rd over by Jhye Richardson, helping WA dismiss NSW for 260 (49.2) - Henriques 72 (70), Cowan 53 (67), Patterson 51 (48), Behrendorff 3/34, Short 2/26, Richardson 2/54, Tye 2/55

    In the other games played so far ...
    Wednesday
    SA 9/254 (50) lost to CXI 3/256 (46.5)
    Today
    CXI 7/279 (50) lost to QLD 6/282 (48.3)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    JLT Cup teams for today's match at the WACA. VIC won the toss and sent WA into bat.

    WA: Klinger, S.Marsh, Bancroft, M.Marsh, Turner, Wells, Short, Richardson, Tye, Behrendorff and Moody.
    VIC: White, Harris, Dean, Gotch, Harper, Christian, Pucovski, Siddle, Tremain, Boland and Fawad Ahmed.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118573/Western-Australia-vs-Victoria-5th match-JLT-One-Day-Cup
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    WA 4/283 (50) - S.Marsh 88 (112), Bancroft 59 (61), M.Marsh 47* (52), Wells 34* (25), Siddle 2/48
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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA 4/283 (50) - S.Marsh 88 (112), Bancroft 59 (61), M.Marsh 47* (52), Wells 34* (25), Siddle 2/48

    WA make it 2/2, dismissing VIC for 245 (47) - Gotch 61 (61), Harris 47 (46), Siddle 32 (29), Tye 3/37, Short 3/53, Moody 2/48

    In the other game today ...
    SA 8/240 (50) beat QLD 157 (36.5)
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    JLT Cup teams for today's match at the WACA. TAS have won the toss and have elected to bat first.

    TAS: Dunk, McDermott, Doolan, Bailey, Silk, Wakim, Faulkner, Rogers, Boyce, Rainbird and Meredith.
    WA: S.Marsh, Klinger, Bancroft, M.Marsh, Turner, Cartwright, Short, Richardson, Kelly, Moody and Mackin.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118578/Western-Australia-vs-Tasmania-10th-match-jlt-one-day-cup/
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    TAS 207 (49.5) - Silk 80 (85), Moody 3/47, Richardson 2/40
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    PAUL said:

    TAS 207 (49.5) - Silk 80 (85), Moody 3/47, Richardson 2/40

    WA (2/208) make it 3/3 and also earn a bonus point by chasing down the target with 80 deliveries to spare - M.Marsh 67* (49), S.Marsh 62 (68), Klinger 45 (76), Bancroft 29* (28).

    In the other games this week ...
    Monday
    NSW 6/316 (50) beat TAS 214 (39.2)
    Wednesday
    VIC 6/325 (50) beat TAS 214 (46)
    Friday
    SA 6/346 (50) beat NSW 301 (49.4)
    Today
    QLD 6/309 (50) beat VIC 298 (49.4)

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  • JayJayJayJay    4,306 posts
    The new pay deal has really helped the performance of the Aussies in the sub continent..they should up stakes and come home for some net practice. Sometimes, you have to face reality....even the Poms pulled out of Dunkirk.
  • TiversTivers    6,542 posts
    The Yanks out of Korea, and Vietnam.
    The French out of...... well, everything.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    JLT Cup teams for today's match at the Drummoyne Oval. QLD won the toss and sent WA into bat.

    WA: S.Marsh, Klinger, Bancroft, M.Marsh, Turner, Cartwright, Short, Richardson, Kelly, Moody and Mackin.
    QLD: Khawaja, Renshaw, Burns, Labuschagne, Wildermuth, Peirson, Cutting, Neser, Swepson, Gannon and Doggett.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/scorecard/1118582/Queensland-vs-Western-Australia-14th match-JLT-One-Day-Cup
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    WA 3/301 (41) - Klinger 128 (120), Bancroft 73 (47), S.Marsh 69 (72)
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA 3/301 (41) - Klinger 128 (120), Bancroft 73 (47), S.Marsh 69 (72), Cutting 2/64

    The target has been revised up to 304 (DLS).

    WA make it 4/4, despite conceding 124 in the final 10 overs, by restricting QLD to 9/292 (41) - Neser 122 (81), Khawaja 81 (78), Kelly 4/25

    In the other games played ...
    Sunday
    NSW 8/332 (50) beat CXI 239 (41)
    Tuesday
    CXI 9/232 (50) lost to VIC 3/233 (38.4)
    TAS 6/315 (50) beat SA 186 (39.2)

    STANDINGS (after 4/6 matches)
    1 WA 17 points (won 4 + 1 BP)
    2 NSW 10 points (won 2 + 2 BPs)
    3 VIC 10 points (won 2 + 2 BPs)
    4 SA 9 points (won 2 + 1 BP)
    5 QLD 8 points (won 2)
    6 TAS 5 points (won 1 + 1 BP)
    7 CXI 4 points (won 1)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    JLT Cup teams for today's match at the Drummoyne Oval. SA won the toss and will bat first.

    SA: Carey, Weatherald, Ferguson, Cooper, Ross, Lehmann, Valente, Mennie, Worrall, Andrews and Sayers.
    WA: S.Marsh, Klinger, Bancroft, M.Marsh, Turner, Cartwright, Short, Richardson, Kelly, Moody and Mackin.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118586/South-Australia-vs-Western-Australia-18th match-JLT-One-Day-Cup
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    SA 7/330 (50) - Ferguson 169 (137), Cooper 46 (46), Lehmann 46 (48), Richardson 3/60, Kelly 2/52, Mackin 2/69

    WA have never scored 300+ batting second in an one-day domestic game. Their highest total chasing and also their highest successful run chase was 3/298 (46.2) v QLD in January 2004 at the WACA.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/scorecard/137477/Western-Australia-vs-Queensland--ing-cup/
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    PAUL said:

    SA 7/330 (50) - Ferguson 169 (137), Cooper 46 (46), Lehmann 46 (48), Richardson 3/60, Kelly 2/52, Mackin 2/69

    WA have never scored 300+ batting second in an one-day domestic game.

    Until today, however after a 241-run 3rd wicket partnership between M.Marsh & Klinger (the 2nd highest ever for WA), wickets in consecutive deliveries by Sayers to remove the pair of them has helped SA restrict WA to 6/325 (50) - Klinger 143 (138), M.Marsh 124 (101), Cooper 2/40, Mennie 2/58, Sayers 2/58

    In the other games played ...
    Thursday
    SA 6/356 (50) beat VIC 8/345 (50)
    Friday
    TAS 7/334 (50) beat CXI 220 (46.2)
    QLD 7/282 (50) lost to NSW 4/283 (48.5)

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    Never thought I'd see the day that Dougie Bollinger, coming in at #11, would top-score for NSW, 30 (34), in their total of 144 (42.2). VIC were 4/108 after 26 overs when the floodlights at North Sydney Oval stopped working properly. The match referee then called the game off due to an unsafe pitch. Under the DLS, VIC were awarded the win, winning by 35 runs.
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    JLT Cup teams for today's match at North Sydney Oval. CA XI won the toss and will bat first.

    CA XI: Carder (WA), Bryant, Webster, Hinchliffe (WA), Nielsen, Wright, Merlo, Thornton, Steketee, Fallins and Uppal.
    WA: S.Marsh, Klinger, Bancroft, Turner, Cartwright, M.Marsh, Short, Richardson, Tye, Kelly and Mackin.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118588/Cricket-Australia-XI-vs-Western-Australia-20th match-JLT-One-Day-Cup
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    CA XI 179 (48.4) - Webster 52 (106), Hinchliffe 49 (70), Mackin 5/33, Tye 2/21, Richardson 2/29
  • TiversTivers    6,542 posts
    Get in there...................... !!!
  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    PAUL said:

    CA XI 179 (48.4) - Webster 52 (106), Hinchliffe 49 (70), Mackin 5/33, Tye 2/21, Richardson 2/29

    WA (1/182) go directly through to the final on Saturday with a "bonus-point" win, chasing down the target with 118 deliveries to spare - Short 119* (92), Cartwright 34 (66), Turner 13* (26)

    Unless TAS can chase down QLD's total inside 25 overs and earn themselves a "double bonus-point" win, it will be SA v VIC in the elimination final on Thursday.

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118589/Tasmania-vs-Queensland-21st match-JLT-One-Day-Cup

    STANDINGS
    1 WA 22 points (won 5 + 2 BPs)
    2 SA 17 points (won 4 + 1 BP)
    3 VIC 15 points (won 3 + 3 BPs, NRR +0.556)
    4 NSW 14 points (won 3 + 2 BPs)
    5 TAS 10 points* (won 2 + 2 BPs, NRR -0.167)
    6 QLD 8 points* (won 2)
    7 CXI 4 points (won 1)

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  • ciscocisco    646 posts
    Great work PAUL - many thanks

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  • PAULPAUL    2,290 posts
    edited October 2017
    Elimination Final
    SA 5/339 (48) - Weatherald 116 (121), Carey 92 (107), Cooper 59 (24), Christian 2/69

    Target revised up to 345 off 48 overs (DLS)

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8626/game/1118590/South-Australia-vs-Victoria-Elimination Final-JLT-One-Day-Cup
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