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January 23, 2004
Cricket Victoria has today announced both the ING Cup and Pura Cup teams to play the West End Redbacks in South Australia beginning next week.
The Bushrangers and Redbacks do battle in a day/night ING Cup match at the Adelaide Oval on Friday, 30 January.
The team is:
Cameron WHITE (C)
The team to play the Redbacks in the Pura Cup match beginning on Sunday, 1 February is:
Darren BERRY (C)
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