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Hauritz forced to miss Bangladesh game

Jul 30, 2003: Injury has forced Nathan Hauritz to relinquish his place and the captaincy in the Queensland Academy of Sport team to play Bangladesh in Innisfail tomorrow

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Hossain can play despite being report reported

Jul 28, 2003: Sanwar Hossain was cleared to play for Bangladesh against Australia in the three-match ODI series despite being reported to the International Cricket Council for having a suspect bowling action

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'Bangladesh are well on their way': Waugh

Jul 28, 2003: Despite losing both Tests against Australia by an innings, Bangladesh did their reputation plenty of good

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All in half a session's work for Australia at Cairns

Jul 28, 2003: Four wickets in 14 balls doomed Bangladesh to their 20th Test defeat in 21 matches when Australia grabbed victory by an innings and 98 runs at Cairns this morning to complete a 2-0 sweep of the series

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Waugh trains sights on Gavaskar's record

Jul 28, 2003: Steve Waugh admitted that he had his sights set on Sunil Gavaskar's Test record tally of 34 centuries but said that even if he did wrest the top position for himself, it would be for a short time only

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ICC Match Referee Mike Procter

Jul 27, 2003: Cricket Australia and the International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed that ICC Match Referee Mike Procter, currently officiating in the Second 3 Test between Australia and Bangladesh in Cairns, will return to South Africa following the death

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A winter's tale

Jul 27, 2003: As if playing cricket in the winter wasn't weird enough, there have been some strange sights around the Bundaberg Rum Stadium in Cairns over the past few days

Roving Reporter by Steven Lynch

All's fair for Love and Waugh as Bangladesh struggle

Jul 27, 2003: Steve Waugh: the first man to score 150 against all Test opposition All three Australian batsmen who took guard at Cairns' Bundaberg Rum Stadium today walked off with milestones that became millstones around Bangladesh's neck as the

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Hauritz to lead Academy side in one-dayer

Jul 27, 2003: Australian one-day international spinner Nathan Hauritz will captain the Queensland Academy of Sport XII against Bangladesh in a limited overs match in Innisfail on Thursday

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Father's death sees Procter replaced in Cairns by Archer

Jul 27, 2003: International Cricket Council match referee in Cairns for the Australia-Bangladesh second Test Mike Procter is to return home following the death of his father

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A rum tale from the north

Jul 26, 2003: Australia's Top End Tour -­ the experiment of trying Test matches in the far north of the country in what is technically their winter ­- has moved on to Cairns, in far north Queensland and the main jumpoff for the Great Barrier Reef

Roving Reporter by Steven Lynch

Lehmann flourishes after Bangladesh dismissed for 295

Jul 26, 2003: Darren Lehmann on his way to a superb hundred Darren Lehmann was in rampant mood as he scored his second century in two innings against Bangladesh at Cairns today

Lynn McConnell

White elephant or white knight?

Jul 25, 2003: Just before the cricket roadshow moved from Darwin to Cairns, there was a chance to take in some of the sights of the Northern Territory

Roving Reporter by Steven Lynch in Darwin

Bangladesh build respectable total at Cairns

Jul 25, 2003: A fast pitch at Cairns was meant to spell doom for Bangladesh

The Wisden Bulletin by Lynn McConnell

We can improve, says Waugh

Jul 24, 2003: The rhetoric was familiar, but after a less than impressive performance in the first Test at Darwin, Steve Waugh's assertion that Australia would be looking to improve carried a little more weight than usual

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Unwanted records mounting for Bangladesh

Jul 24, 2003: Bangladesh play their 21st Test match tomorrow when taking on Australia at the second new Test venue in the world within a week, at Cairns in northern Queensland

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Unchanged Australia set to exploit fast track

Jul 24, 2003: Adam Gilchrist practises ahead of the second Test at Carins Surprisingly, given the ease with which the top-ranked Australians disposed of cellar-dwellers Bangladesh in their first Test match last weekend at Darwin, it is the home side who

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Lee expects a greentop

Jul 22, 2003: Brett Lee, who has been cleared to play in the second Test against Bangladesh on Friday despite a back problem, is expecting plenty of success on a pacy wicket at Cairns

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Australians broaden the game's horizons

Jul 22, 2003: Steve Waugh meets the local children The Australian cricketers should have been playing the final day of their Test match with Bangladesh today, but instead they spent the day eating buffalo and fishing with Aborigines on the remote Tiwi

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No let-up for Bangladeshis ahead of second Test

Jul 22, 2003: There has been no let-up for Bangladesh following their innings defeat by Australia in the first Test at Darwin

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