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Western Australian paceman quits
Feb 17, 2006: Michael Clark, the 27-year-old West Australian fast bowler, has announced his retirement from first-class cricket.
Australian domestic news
May 30, 2005: Nine players have nominated for interstate transfers after missing the first round of state contracts
Western Australian cricket
Nov 16, 2004: Michael Clark hopes to be back for Western Australia before Christmas, after scans on his injured back returned unexpectedly positive results despite fears that he had suffered another stress fracture
Pura Cup 2004-05
Nov 1, 2004: Trevor Bayliss, the New South Wales coach, wants Brett Lee to return from India if he is not picked for the final Test on Wednesday
Western Australian cricket
Jul 8, 2004: Michael Clark, the left-arm swing bowler from Western Australia, has confirmed his fitness and is looking forward to the beginning of next season
Feb 12, 2004: A previously undiagnosed fractured finger will keep Retravision Warrior Beau Casson out of the Western Australian team until March.
Feb 5, 2004: Retravision Warriors fast-bowler Michael Clark will find out tonight if he needs surgery on his spine.
Feb 2, 2004: Michael Clark returned to Perth today after injuring his back in the Retravision Warriors rain marred ING Cup match against Tasmania in Launceston yesterday.
Jan 29, 2004: The WA Selectors today released a 13-man Retravision Warriors squad for the ING Cup match against Tasmania in Launceston on Sunday.
Jan 26, 2004: Retravision Warriors wicket-keeper batsman Ryan Campbell has strained his left adductor muscle and has been advised to rest for a week.
Jan 22, 2004: Western Australian fast-bowling legend Jo Angel will retire after the Pura Cup match against NSW at the WACA Ground starting this Friday.
Jan 19, 2004: Veteran fast-bowler Paul Wilson will not be available for WA for the next week after succumbing to a groin injury
Jan 18, 2004: WA teams for matches against NSW (Jan 2004)
Oct 29, 2003: The WACA has announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the Speedblitz Blues in an ING Cup clash at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.
Oct 22, 2003: The WACA Selectors today named the following squad to compete in the first ING Cup clash of 2003-2004 at the WACA Ground.
Oct 16, 2003: The Western Australian Cricket Association today announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the West End Redbacks in a Pura Cup clash starting at the WACA Ground on Sunday.
Oct 12, 2003: The WACA today announced the squad for the first Cricket Australia Cup match of the season against Victoria at Richardson Park.
Mar 18, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced a squad of 12 players to travel to India on Thursday (20 March), for an eight-day tour to experience subcontinent playing conditions.
Feb 11, 2003: THE Western Australian Cricket Association selectors have announced a squad of Western Warriors for the important ING Cup match against New South Wales at the WACA Ground on Wednesday, February 12, 2003.
Jan 14, 2003: THE Western Australian Cricket Association selectors today announced a provisional ING Cup squad to play against New South Wales at Coffs Harbour on Sunday, January 19, 2003.
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