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Western Australia Cricket Association
December 4, 2003
Australian and Retravision Warriors fast-bowler Brad Williams will play for WA in their Pura Cup match against Tasmania starting at the WACA Ground on Sunday.
Williams is currently 12th Man for the Australian team competing in the first `3' Test against India in Brisbane
The Australian Selectors are keen for Williams to play more four-day cricket and have released him from 12th Man duties.
He will return on Saturday in time for the Pura match, which begins at 11am. Williams' return caused a selection dilemma for the WA Selectors.
Michael Thistle, inline to make his first-class debut will come out of the Warriors twelve but will remain on stand-by.
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