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PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
edited July 18 Sport
INTERNATIONALS 
(all times are WST, Perth games highlighted) 

v PAKISTAN in UAE 
Oct - Series details to TBC 
ODIs v SOUTH AFRICA 
Nov 4 - Perth Stadium, 11:20am 
Nov 9 - Adelaide Oval, 11:20am 
Nov 11 - Bellerive Oval, 10:50am 
T20I v SOUTH AFRICA 
Nov 17 - Carrara, 4:20pm 
T20Is v INDIA 
Nov 21 - 'Gabba, 3:50pm 
Nov 23 - MCG, 3:50pm 
Nov 25 - SCG, 3:50pm 
Tests v INDIA (on Seven) 
Dec 6-10 - Adelaide Oval, 8am 
Dec 14-18 - Perth Stadium, 10:20am 
Dec 26-30 - MCG, 7:30am 
Jan 3-7 - SCG, 7:30am 
ODIs v INDIA 
Jan 12 - SCG, 10:20am 
Jan 15 - Adelaide Oval, 11:20am 
Jan 18 - MCG, 10:20am 
Tests v SRI LANKA (on Seven) 
Jan 24-28 - 'Gabba, 11am 
Feb 1-5 - Manuka Oval, 7:30am 
ODIs v INDIA in India 
Feb 24 - Mohali, TBC 
Feb 27 - Hyderabad, TBC
Mar 2 - Nagpur, TBC
Mar 5 - Delhi, TBC
Mar 8 - Ranchi, TBC 
T20Is v INDIA in India 
Mar 10 - Bengaluru, TBC 
Mar 13 - Visakhapatnam, TBC  
ODI WORLD CUP in England (on Nine) 
Jun 1 - v Afghanistan, Bristol, 8:30pm 
Jun 6 - v West Indies, Trent Bridge, 5:30pm 
Jun 9 - v India, The Oval, 5:30pm 
Jun 12 - v Pakistan, Taunton, 5:30pm 
Jun 15 - v Sri Lanka, The Oval, 5:30pm 
Jun 20 - v Bangladesh, Trent Bridge, 5:30pm 
Jun 25 - v England, Lord's, 5:30pm 
Jun 29 - v New Zealand, Lord's, 8:30pm 
Jul 6 - v South Africa, Old Trafford, 8:30pm 
Jul 9 - Semi Final (1st v 4th), Old Trafford, 5:30pm 
Jul 11 - Semi Final (2nd v 3rd), Edgbaston, 5:30pm 
Jul 14 - Final, Lord's, 5:30pm 
THE ASHES in England (on Nine) 
Jul - First Test, Edgbaston, TBC 
Aug - Second Test, Headingley, TBC 
Aug - Third Test, Lord's, TBC 
Aug/Sep - Fourth Test, Old Trafford, TBC 
Aug/Sep - Fifth Test, The Oval, TBC 

DOMESTIC 
(all times are WST, Perth games highlighted) 

JLT ONE-DAY CUP (13 games on Foxtel) 
Sep 16 - QLD v VIC, Townsville, 8am 
Sep 18 - WA v NSW, WACA, 2pm 
Sep 19 - TAS v VIC, Townsville, 8am 
Sep 20 - SA v NSW, WACA, 2pm 
Sep 22 - QLD v TAS, Townsville, 8am 
Sep 22 - WA v SA, WACA, 2pm 
Sep 23 - NSW v VIC, North Sydney Oval, 7:30am 
Sep 25 - SA v QLD, Hurstville Oval, 7:30am 
Sep 25 - NSW v TAS, North Sydney Oval, 12pm 
Sep 26 - VIC v WA, Junction Oval, 8am 
Sep 27 - SA v TAS, Bankstown Oval, 7:30am 
Sep 28 - WA v QLD, Hurstville Oval, 7:30am 
Sep 30 - VIC v SA, Junction Oval, 8am 
Oct 1 - TAS v WA, Hurstville Oval, 7:30am 
Oct 1 - NSW v QLD, Drummoyne Oval, 12pm 
Oct 3 - Qualifying Final (3 v 6), North Sydney Oval, 12pm 
Oct 4 - Qualifying Final (4 v 5), Drummoyne Oval, 12pm 
Oct 6 - 1st Semi Final, Drummoyne Oval, 12pm 
Oct 7 - 2nd Semi Final, Junction Oval, 7:30am 
Oct 10 - Final, Junction Oval, 7:30am 

JLT SHEFFIELD SHIELD 
Oct 16-19 - SA v NSW, QLD v TAS, WA v VIC (WACA) 
Oct 25-28 - VIC v NSW, SA v QLD, WA v TAS (WACA) 
Nov 3-6 - NSW v TAS, VIC v SA, QLD v WA (ABF) 
Nov 16-19 - NSW v QLD, TAS v VIC , SA v WA (AO)
Nov 27-30 - QLD v VIC, TAS v SA, WA v NSW (PS) 
Dec 7-10 - NSW v SA, TAS v QLD, VIC v WA (MCG) 

BBL|08 (43 games on Seven, all on Foxtel) 
Dec 19 - Heat v Strikers, 'Gabba, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 20 - Renegades v Scorchers, Docklands, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 21 - Thunder v Stars, TBC, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 22 - Sixers v Scorchers, SCG, 12:30 
Dec 22 - Heat v Hurricanes, Carrara, 4:00 
Dec 23 - Strikers v Renegades, Adelaide Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 24 - Hurricanes v Stars, Bellerive Oval, 12:45 
Dec 24 - Thunder v Sixers, Showgrounds, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 26 - Scorchers v Strikers, PS, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 27 - Sixers v Stars, SCG, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 28 - Hurricanes v Thunder, Bellerive Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 29 - Renegades v Sixers, Docklands, 4:00 
Dec 30 - Hurricanes v Scorchers, York Park, 4:15 (7) 
Dec 31 - Strikers v Thunder, Adelaide Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 1 - Heat v Sixers, Carrara, 11:45 (7) 
Jan 1 - Stars v Renegades, MCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 2 - Thunder v Scorchers, Showgrounds, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 3 - Renegades v Strikers, TBC, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 4 - Hurricanes v Sixers, Bellerive Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 5 - Stars v Thunder, Carrara, 3:15 
Jan 5 - Scorchers v Heat, PS, 6:30 
Jan 6 - Strikers v Sixers, Adelaide Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 7 - Renegades v Hurricanes, Docklands, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 8 - Thunder v Heat, Showgrounds, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 9 - Stars v Scorchers, MCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 10 - Heat v Renegades, 'Gabba, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 11 - Strikers v Stars, Adelaide Oval, 4:00 
Jan 13 - Thunder v Strikers, Showgrounds, 11:45 
Jan 13 - Renegades v Heat, TBC, 3:35 (7) 
Jan 13 - Scorchers v Sixers, PS, 6:35 (7) 
Jan 14 - Stars v Hurricanes, MCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 16 - Sixers v Renegades, SCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 17 - Heat v Thunder, 'Gabba, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 18 - Scorchers v Hurricanes, PS, 6:30 
Jan 19 - Renegades v Stars, Docklands, 3:45 
Jan 20 - Sixers v Heat, SCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 21 - Strikers v Hurricanes, Adelaide Oval, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 22 - Thunder v Renegades, Showgrounds, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 23 - Stars v Strikers, TBC, 11:45 (7) 
Jan 23 - Sixers v Hurricanes, SCG, 4:15 (7) 
Jan 24 - Scorchers v Thunder, PS, 6:40 (7) 
Jan 27 - Stars v Heat, MCG, 4:40 (7) 
Jan 28 - Scorchers v Renegades, PS, 6:15 (7) 
Jan 29 - Hurricanes v Heat, Bellerive Oval, 1:00 
Jan 29 - Sixers v Strikers, SCG, 4:00 
Jan 30 - Renegades v Thunder, Docklands, 4:15 
Jan 31 - Hurricanes v Strikers, York Park, 4:40 (7) 
Feb 1 - Heat v Scorchers, 'Gabba, 5:40 (7) 
Feb 2 - Sixers v Thunder, SCG, 4:00 
Feb 3 - Strikers v Heat, Adelaide Oval, 3:15 
Feb 3 - Scorchers v Stars, PS, 6:15 (7) 
Feb 7 - Hurricanes v Renegades, Bellerive Oval, 4:40 (7) 
Feb 8 - Heat v Stars, 'Gabba, 5:40 (7) 
Feb 9 - Strikers v Scorchers, Traeger Park, 11:45 (7) 
Feb 9 - Thunder v Hurricanes, TBC, 3:15 
Feb 10 - Stars v Sixers, MCG, 11:45 (7) 
Feb 14 - Semi-Final 1, TBC (7) 
Feb 15 - Semi-Final 2, TBC (7) 
Feb 17 - Final, TBC (7) 

JLT SHEFFIELD SHIELD (Final on Foxtel) 
Feb 23-26 - VIC v QLD, SA v TAS, NSW v WA (TBC) 
Mar 3-6 - VIC v TAS, QLD v NSW, WA v SA (WACA) 
Mar 11-14 - NSW v VIC, QLD v SA, TAS v WA (Bellerive) 
Mar 20-23 - TAS v NSW, SA v VIC, WA v QLD (WACA) 
Mar 28-Apr 1 - Final, TBC
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  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    So the WACA sent out a members info the other day...................
    Presented this great new members package whereby for twice the membership fee of last year you can receive pretty much the same facilities as we had at the WACA. (otherwise you just get pretty much same facilities as GA).
    And I suspect that's for ONE pass, not two - so may be as much as 4x the price !

    When the AFL clubs released their season ticket seating there was uproar if the prices increased slightly...... Where's the outrage at WACA ??? 
    X(
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    PAUL said:

    THE ASHES in England (on Nine) 

    Jul - First Test, Edgbaston, TBC 
    Aug - Second Test, Headingley, TBC 
    Aug - Third Test, Lord's, TBC 
    Aug/Sep - Fourth Test, Old Trafford, TBC 
    Aug/Sep - Fifth Test, The Oval, TBC
    The Ashes 2019 schedule has been released by the ECB.

    Aug 1-5, First Test, Edgbaston
    Aug 14-18, Second Test, Lord's
    Aug 22-26, Third Test, Headingley
    Sep 4-8, Fourth Test, Old Trafford
    Sep 12-16, Fifth Test, The Oval
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Lynnsanity on display... CPL
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Then gets out next ball......
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    After Andre Russell takes the catch to dismiss Lynn, he nabs himself a final over hat-trick, then peels off a lazy 121* (off 49 balls) at #7 to help chase down 224 in the final over. Only the 2nd player to take a hat-trick and score a century in the same T20 match (Joe Denly, Kent v Surrey, July 2018)

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8623/game/1148649/trinbago-knight-riders-vs-jamaica-tallawahs-3rd-match-caribbean-premier-league-2018
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited August 29
    PAUL said:

    v PAKISTAN in UAE 
    Oct - Series details to TBC
    Series details were confirmed yesterday.

    Oct 7-11 - First Test, Dubai
    Oct 16-20 - Second Test, Abu Dhabi
    Oct 24 - First T20I, Abu Dhabi (Oct 25 midnight WST)
    Oct 26 - Second T20I, Dubai (Oct 27 midnight WST)
    Oct 28 - Third T20I, Dubai (Oct 29 midnight WST)
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 11
    PAUL said:

    Oct 7-11 - First Test, Dubai
    Oct 16-20 - Second Test, Abu Dhabi

    Australia's squad was announced today for the two Tests against Pakistan in UAE.

    Agar, Doggett, Finch, Head, Holland, Khawaja, Labuschagne, Lyon, M. Marsh, S. Marsh, Neser, Paine, Renshaw, Siddle and Starc.
  • therealkramertherealkramer    6,380 posts
    There's at least three names there that I've never even heard of ;))

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  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    PAUL said:

    Sep 18 - WA v NSW, WACA, 2pm

    WA chasing 205 to win at the WACA tonight.

    NSW 204 (43.4 overs) - Sams 62, Tye 3/30, Green 3/44, Paris 2/26, Richardson 2/44.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2193/43739/western-warriors-vs-nsw-blues-jlt-one-day-cup-2018/scorecard
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 18
    PAUL said:

    WA chasing 205 to win at the WACA tonight.

    Chased down the target with 106 deliveries remaining to secure a bonus-point win. At 5/100, things weren't looking good, then Turner came in at #7 and smacked it to all parts of the ground.

    WA 6/206 (32.2 overs) - Turner 70* (55), Philippe 59 (59), Sams 3/46.
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Nice

    P.s. WTF with cricket (in Perth) mid September ?????????

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  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 22
    PAUL said:

    Sep 22 - WA v SA, WACA, 2pm 

    WA chasing 238 to win at the WACA tonight.

    SA 9/237 (50 overs) - Carey 58, Coulter-Nile 3/46, Tye 3/49.

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2193/43742/western-warriors-vs-southern-redbacks-jlt-one-day-cup-2018/scorecard

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  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 22
    PAUL said:

    WA chasing 238 to win at the WACA tonight.

    Warriors make it 2/2, chasing down the target with 29 deliveries remaining.

    WA 5/240 (45.1 overs) - Inglis 50 (63), Turner 47 (53), Cartwright 44 (45), Wells 43* (68).

    STANDINGS (after 2/5 matches)
    1 Western Australia 9 pts (2 wins + 1 BP)
    2 Tasmania 9 pts (2 wins + 1 BP)
    3 South Australia 5 pts (1 win + 1 BP)
    4 Victoria 4 pts (1 win)
    5 Queensland 0 pts
    6 New South Wales 0 pts

    Top 2 go straight through to the Semi-Finals, 3rd to 6th will play-off in an Elimination Final.

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  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 22
    Tivers said:

    WTF with cricket (in Perth) mid September ?????????

    It's due to the extended BBL season (teams will be playing an extra 4 games each as opposed to last year). They've lucked out with the weather tonight, was a good night for cricket, not too cold unlike Tuesday night. I was glad when WA wrapped that one up early!
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Lucky indeed.
    Usually deep dark winter here still in September...
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 26
    PAUL said:

    Sep 26 - VIC v WA, Junction Oval, 8am

    WA chasing 201 to win at the Junction Oval this afternoon.

    VIC 200 (45.4 overs) - Handscomb 57, Tye 3/47, Usman Qadir 3/50.

    Usman is the son of Pakistani cricketer, Abdul Qadir, who played 67 Tests and took 236 Test wickets (best figures of 9/56 v ENG, Lahore, 1987).

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2193/43747/victoria-men-vs-western-warriors-jlt-one-day-cup-2018/scorecard
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Halfway to target after 10 overs..............

    Good show for any Eagles supporters in MEL already.
    Lazy wednesday afternoon entertainment.
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Finish it off within 25 and we get 2 Bonus Points.
    (1 if within 40).
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA chasing 201 to win at the Junction Oval this afternoon.

    Had to settle for just the one bonus point, chasing down the target with 129 deliveries remaining.

    WA 4/202 (28.3 overs) - Philippe 65 (62), Stoinis 47* (26), Inglis 42 (27).

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  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 27
    PAUL said:

    PAUL said:

    Oct 7-11 - First Test, Dubai
    Oct 16-20 - Second Test, Abu Dhabi

    Australia's squad was announced today for the two Tests against Pakistan in UAE.

    Agar, Doggett, Finch, Head, Holland, Khawaja, Labuschagne, Lyon, M. Marsh, S. Marsh, Neser, Paine (c), Renshaw, Siddle and Starc.
    Mitch Marsh and Josh Hazlewood have been announced as the vice-captains of the Test team. Hazlewood however won't be playing in the upcoming series in the UAE due to injury.
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Oh yeah - that's where Marsh's are (not playing for WA)
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    Only 6 players in yesterday's game played in their winning final last season.

    Last year's team
    S.Marsh (Test squad), Klinger (retired), Bancroft (suspended), M.Marsh (Test squad), Turner, Cartwright, Short, Coulter-Nile, Richardson, Tye, Behrendorff (rested).

    Yesterday's team
    Philippe, Inglis, Short, Turner, Stoinis, Cartwright, Green, Coulter-Nile, Richardson, Tye, Usman Qadir.

    Played in other games this year
    Paris, Agar (Test squad), Whiteman, Wells.

    WA have done well in the short-forms of the game, having won 10 of their past 11 one-day games.

    2017
    v NSW, won by 9 runs, target 270
    v VIC, won by 38 runs, target 284
    v TAS, won with 80 deliveries left (by 8 wkts), target 208
    v QLD, won by 11 runs, target 304 (41 overs)
    v SA, lost by 5 runs, target 331
    v CA XI, won with 118 deliveries left (by 9 wkts), target 180
    v SA, won with 38 deliveries left (by 6 wkts), target 249
    2018
    v NSW, won with 106 deliveries left (by 4 wkts), target 205
    v SA, won with 29 deliveries left (by 5 wkts), target 238
    v VIC, won with 129 deliveries left (by 6 wkts), target 201
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    PAUL said:

    WA have done well in the short-forms of the game, having won 10 of their past 11 one-day games.

    Correction, won 9 of their past 10. Will be 10/11 if they beat QLD tomorrow at Hurstville Oval.
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 28
    PAUL said:

    Sep 28 - WA v QLD, Hurstville Oval, 7:30am

    QLD won the toss and elected to bowl first.

    WA 2/69 after 13 overs (Short 33*, Turner 13*).

    Game is being streamed on the Cricket Network (also live streaming on Youtube)

    https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2193/43749/western-warriors-vs-queensland-bulls-jlt-one-day-cup-2018/scorecard
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Where’s Sam Whiteman ?
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    He played in the first match v NSW, made a second-ball duck.

    WA 6/290 (39 overs) - Short 175* (120)
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    edited September 28
    So just omitted then you reckon ?
    Or is he injured ?
    Is the point.
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 28
    I haven't heard anything regarding an injury. Inglis was in better form during the pre-season games, hence he was made #1 keeper. Whiteman wasn't in the initial squad for the tournament, only an "injury replacement" player.

    WA 6/337 (42 overs) - Short 217* (134)
  • TiversTivers    6,790 posts
    Wowwee.............
  • PAULPAUL    2,401 posts
    edited September 28
    Short just passed Ben Dunk (229*) for the highest domestic one-day innings in Australia.

    WA 7/357 (43 overs) - Short 237* (139)

    The record for any one-day List A (domestic) innings is 268 (160) by Ali Brown, Surrey v Glamorgan, The Oval, 2002.
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