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Western Australia Cricket Association
July 31, 2000
Subiaco-Floreat right-arm fast bowler Gavin Swan has been signed by the WACA to complete the Western Warriors squad for season 2000-01.
The 29-year-old is the 19th WACA contracted player for the coming season.
Five other WA players, Adam Gilchrist, Michael Hussey, Simon Katich, Justin Langer and Damien Martyn, are contracted to the Australian Cricket Board for season 2000-01.
Earlier this year Swan was called from outside the WA squad to make his first-class debut against the Southern Redbacks when Jo Angel was sidelined with a broken arm.
He finished that Pura Cup clash at the WACA Ground with figures of 1 for 40 and 5 for 54 and was 12th man for WA's remaining three first-class matches.
THE 2000-01 WESTERN WARRIORS SQUAD IS; Jo ANGEL, Mark ATKINSON, Rob BAKER, Ryan CAMPBELL, Sean CARY, Michael DIGHTON, Adam GILCHRIST, Murray GOODWIN, Kade HARVEY, Brad HOGG, Michael HUSSEY, Brendon JULIAN, Simon KATICH, Justin LANGER, Shaun MARSH, Damien MARTYN, Tom MOODY, Matthew NICHOLSON, Marcus NORTH, Chris ROGERS, Gavin SWAN, Mark WALSH, Darren WATES, Brad WILLIAMS.
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