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Tasmanian Cricket Association
December 3, 2002
The Tasmanian Selectors have today announced the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers team to play the Western Warriors in the Pura Cup match from Sunday, 8th December to Wednesday, 11th December 2002 at the WACA Ground in Perth.
CASCADE TASMANIAN TIGERS
Jamie COX (Captain)
The 12th man will be announced on the morning of the match.
Making his debut for the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers will be young all-rounder, Ben Oliver.
Oliver joined the Tigers from Victoria at the start of the season and he replaces Shane Watson who is unavailable due to his inclusion in the Australian VB Series team.
Ben has played one First Class match for Victoria against the West Indies in season 2000/2001 where he took three wickets.
Upon his selection Ben said; "It is great to be back playing 1st Class cricket again after an extended break due to injury and to be playing for the Tigers is fantastic."
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