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October 16, 2003
Cricket Victoria today announced a squad of fourteen players to travel to Mooloolaba as part of the Victorian Bushrangers preparation for season 2003/04.
The squad is:
|Cameron WHITE (Captain)|
The squad depart for Mooloolaba on Sunday for a series of three matches against the Tasmanian Tigers culminating with a one-day game on Thursday 23 October.
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