Western Australia's one-day supremo retires
Feb 21, 2005: Kade Harvey, Western Australia's most successful limited-overs bowler, has announced his retirement
Queensland v Western Australia, ING Cup, Brisbane, February 11 2005
Feb 11, 2005: Kade Harvey, Darren Wates and Steve Magoffin picked up three wickets apiece as Western Australia ended their ING Cup campaign with a convincing 57-run victory over Queensland, the runaway table-toppers who had already sealed home advantage for the
Tasmania v Western Australia, ING Cup, Devonport Oval
Jan 23, 2005: Michael Bevan guided Tasmania past Western Australia's score with a patient 48 after Kade Harvey decimated the middle-order with a hat-trick
Western Australia v Queensland, ING Cup final, Brisbane
Feb 29, 2004: Kade Harvey's one-man show drove Western Australia to victory in the ING Cup final
Tasmania v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Hobart, 4th day
Feb 7, 2004: Xavier Doherty and Gerard Denton, Tasmania's No
Tasmania v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Hobart, 2nd day
Feb 5, 2004: Riding on hundreds by Ryan Campbell and Kade Harvey - to add to the 118 by Marcus North on the first day - Western Australia declared on 6 for 562
Jan 21, 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 12, 2003: The WACA today announced the squad for the first Cricket Australia Cup match of the season against Victoria at Richardson Park.
Dec 7, 2002: THE Western Australian Cricket Association selectors have made one change to the Western Warriors team to play Tasmania in a Pura Cup match at the WACA Ground from December 8-11.
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:
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