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December 10, 2004
Doug Bollinger has been added to the New South Wales ING Cup squad for the match against South Australia at Canberra tomorrow after Stuart Clark was ruled out with a leg injury. The Blues have another concern in Matthew Nicholson, who has an ankle problem, and Aaron Bird has joined the team as a precaution.
Bollinger, the left-arm fast bowler, was 12th man for their Pura Cup win against South Australia and has been in strong form in grade and Second XI games. Bird, 21, is a quick from the Bankstown club who was promoted from the rookie list at the start of the season.
New South Wales squad Brad Haddin (capt, wk), Aaron Bird, Doug Bollinger, Nathan Bracken, Shawn Bradstreet, Phil Jaques, Jason Krejza, Greg Mail, Stuart MacGill, Matthew Nicholson, Aaron O'Brien, Matthew Phelps, Dominic Thornely.
South Australia squad Graham Manou (capt, wk), Nathan Adcock, Greg Blewett, Ben Cameron, Mark Cleary, Mark Cosgrove, Dan Cullen, Callum Ferguson, Ryan Harris, Paul Rofe, Jack Smith, Shaun Tait.
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