Feb 5, 2013: Cricket Australia is to review the process for reporting suspect bowling actions in domestic cricket, to better enable cases to be resolved during the short time span of competitions such as the Big Bash League
Nov 28, 2012: Fierce player opposition has spurred a rapid Cricket Australia back-flip over the use of a third umpire intervention system in domestic limited overs games
Jul 3, 2011: Australian cricket may be under review for its problems, but its umpiring system still serves as a blueprint for the rest of the world
Oct 1, 2002: Western Australia bounced back late in the day after starting offstrongly then being under the pump during the middle session of their pre-season match with Victoria.
Jun 7, 2002: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce the following list of State Contracted Players for season 2002-03:
Jan 31, 2002: Sean Cary has been selected to replace Brad Williams in the Western Warrior s team to play the NSW Blues in an ING cup game at the SCG on Sunday.
Dec 3, 2001: The Chairman of the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Mr Bob Merriman today named the following players to take part in the ACB Chairman's XI match against the South Africans at Lilac Hill Park on Wednesday 5 December:
Jun 28, 2001: The Western Australian Cricket Association is pleased to advise and confirm that two more players have been added to its list of WA State Contracted players - with the inclusion of Sean Cary and Geoff Cullen.
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