|Photos||Video & Audio||Blogs||Statistics||Archive||Fantasy||Mobile|
Sep 2, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will move their preparations for the start of the 2002-03 season into a new phase this weekend with the annual City-Country clash in Dalby.
Aug 21, 2002: The 2002 Institute Challenge begins in Darwin next week (25-30 August) with six teams from state institutes of sport set to contest a round-robin series of one-day matches.
Aug 12, 2002: Former Australian player Adam Dale will make his long-awaited returnfrom a shoulder injury in Darwin later this month.
Jun 13, 2002: Queensland Cricket's next generation is set to benefit from increasedexposure to the game at the highest level in the 2002-2003 season.
Jun 8, 2001: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have re-signed their Pura Cup championship team for the 2001-2002 cricket season
Apr 3, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) will send a nine-man training squad to India tomorrow, Wednesday 4 April, to gain valuable experience in the challenging conditions of the Sub-Continent
Nov 9, 2000: Wynnum-Manly off-spinner Scott O'Leary will make his debut for the XXXX Queensland Bulls in Wednesday's day/night Mercantile Mutual Cup clash with the Western Warriors in Perth
May 31, 2000: Wynnum Sea Eagles off-spinner Scott O'Leary heads the handful of newcomers in the XXXX Queensland Bulls squad that will chase back-to-back Pura Milk Cup titles in the 2000-2001 season
The controversy surrounding the IPL has done little to deter fans in UAE from flocking the stadiums, as they gear up to watch the Indian stars in action for the first time since 2006
ESPNcricinfo picks five players for whom this IPL is of bigger significance
Plays of the day from the IPL match between Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians in Abu Dhabi
Plays of the day from the IPL match between Chennai Super Kings and Kings XI Punjab in Abu Dhabi
It's difficult to beat a huge talent base exposed to good facilities, and possessed of a long history of competing as a nation
Having the top Associate team play the lowest-ranked Test side without the threat of relegation shows how votes mean more to the ICC than results
Twenty years ago this week, Brian Lara became Test cricket's highest scorer, but he almost didn't make it
If they are to live up to their potential in next year's World Cup at home, they need to look within and search for inspiration pronto