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Tasmanian Cricket Association
December 15, 2003
The Tasmanian selectors have today named the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers team to play New South Wales in the Pura Cup match to be played at the SCG on Friday 19th - Monday 22nd December 2003.
|CASCADE TASMANIAN TIGERS|
|Ricky PONTING (Captain)|
|Daniel MARSH (Vice-Captain)|
The 12th man will be named on the morning of the match.
Ricky Ponting's selection has been made subject to availability which will not be known until the completion of the second "3" Test in Adelaide.
Shannon Tubb has been included in the squad of thirteen following some fine performances for the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers Cricket Australia Cup team.
Damien Wright is not available due to his selection in the Australia "A" team to play India at Bellerive Oval which commences on the 19th December 2003.
After one of the most exciting matches played in the Pura Cup of recent times in Perth last week between the Tigers and Western Australia, which ended in a draw, this match looms as another important one for the team as they push to retain their position as the leaders in the competition.
The match will have added recognition, as it will be Michael DiVenuto's 100th Pura Cup match for the Tigers. He joins only 5 other players who have achieved this milestone.
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