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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, Melbourne, 5th day

Michael Lewis stars as Victoria clinch Pura Cup

Mar 16, 2004: Victoria became the 2003-04 Pura Cup champion, beating Queensland by 321 runs in the final

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, Melbourne, 4th day

Victoria all but certain of Pura Cup win

Mar 15, 2004: After four days of clubbing records, Victoria set Queensland the biggest of them all - pull off the biggest run-chase in 110 years of domestic cricket to win the Pura Cup

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, Melbourne, 4th day

Victoria take early wickets after setting 576-run target

Mar 15, 2004: Victoria virtually ensured their hold on the Pura Cup, as Queensland ended the fourth day of the final on 2 for 56, needing a further 520 on the last day

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, 3rd day

Queensland struggle after conceding mammoth total

Mar 14, 2004: Victoria moved within striking distance of winning the Pura Cup as they took six Queensland wickets late on the third day at the MCG

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, 2nd day

Victoria dominate second day of Pura Cup final

Mar 13, 2004: The record books were spared but Queensland's bowlers were not as Victoria continued using their licence to bat with abandon on the second day of the Pura Cup cricket final at the MCG

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, Melbourne, 1st day

Elliott stars in Victorian batting fiesta

Mar 12, 2004: Matthew Elliott continued his awesome form with an innings that drove Queensland to despair, and guided Victoria to 1 for 322 at the end of the first day of the Pura Cup final at Melbourne

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Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup final, Melbourne

Harvey and Arnberger in Victoria squad

Mar 9, 2004: Victoria have included Ian Harvey, the allrounder, and Jason Arnberger, the opening batsman, in their 12-man squad for the Pura Cup final against Queensland, starting at the MCG on March 12

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New South Wales v Queensland, Pura Cup, Sydney, 4th day

Queensland defeat NSW after a riveting final day

Mar 7, 2004: An era ended when Queensland beat New South Wales by 37 runs on a day of declarations and an engrossing chase

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Tasmania v Victoria, Pura Cup, Hobart, 4th day

Draw shuts Tasmania out of Pura Cup

Mar 7, 2004: The crucial Pura Cup match between Victoria and Tasmania ended in a disappointing draw when play was abandoned because of poor light

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South Australia v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 4th day

Edmondson bowls Western Australia to victory

Mar 7, 2004: Western Australia finished its season with an 87-run win against South Australia at the Adelaide Oval

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South Australia v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 3rd day

Wates misses a ton as South Australia seek victory

Mar 6, 2004: Ben Cameron and Mark Cosgrove put on an unbeaten 64-run partnership to take South Australia to 1 for 106, only 232 adrift of the target set by Western Australia

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Tasmania v Victoria, Pura Cup, Hobart, 3rd day

Heavy rain washes out third day's play at Hobart

Mar 6, 2004: No play was possible in the Pura Cup match between Tasmania and Victoria at Hobart, with heavy rain not allowing the covers to come off for even a bit

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New South Wales v Queensland, Pura Cup, Sydney, 3rd day

Rain truncates play in Sydney

Mar 6, 2004: Only nine overs of play were possible in the Pura Cup game between New South Wales and Queensland at Sydney, as rain washed out most of the third day

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South Australia v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 2nd day

Cosgrove leads the way for South Australia

Mar 5, 2004: An aggressive 144 from Mark Cosgrove wasn't enough to give South Australia the first-innings lead, as they were bowled out for 300, 35 behind the Western Australian total at the Adelaide Oval

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Tasmania v Victoria, Pura Cup, Hobart, 2nd day

Victoria on the back foot despite Hodge hundred

Mar 5, 2004: Brad Hodge scored a superb 125, but Tasmania's bowlers struck at regular intervals at the other end to reduce Victoria to 7 for 252 at the Bellerive Oval, still 89 runs in the arrears

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New South Wales v Queensland, Pura Cup, Sydney, 2nd day

Bichel and Nye lead the way for Queensland

Mar 5, 2004: A 108-run partnership between Steve Waugh - playing his last game at the Sydney Cricket Ground - and Michael Bevan rescued New South Wales and helped them to a respectable 4 for 177 at close of play on the second day of the Pura Cup match against

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South Australia v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 2nd day

Cosgrove leads the way for South Australia

Mar 5, 2004: An aggressive 144 from Mark Cosgrove wasn't enough to give South Australia the first-innings lead, as they were bowled out for 300, 35 behind the Western Australian total at the Adelaide Oval

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Tasmania v Victoria, Pura Cup, Hobart, 2nd day

Victoria on the back foot despite Hodge hundred

Mar 5, 2004: Brad Hodge scored a superb 125, but Tasmania's bowlers struck at regular intervals at the other end to reduce Victoria to 7 for 252 at the Bellerive Oval, still 89 runs in the arrears

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New South Wales v Queensland, Pura Cup, Sydney, 2nd day

Bevan and Steve Waugh rescue New South Wales

Mar 5, 2004: A 108-run partnership between Steve Waugh - playing his last game at the Sydney Cricket Ground - and Michael Bevan rescued New South Wales and helped them to a respectable 4 for 177 at close of play on the second day of the Pura Cup match against

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New South Wales v Queensland, Pura Cup 2003-04

Bracken scythes through Queensland

Mar 4, 2004: Queensland worked hard to reach 6 for 282 against New South Wales at the Sydney Cricket Ground

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Tournament Results
Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne - Mar 12-16, 2004
Victoria won by 321 runs
South Aust v West Aust at Adelaide - Mar 4-7, 2004
West Aust won by 87 runs
NSW v Queensland at Sydney - Mar 4-7, 2004
Queensland won by 37 runs
Tasmania v Victoria at Hobart - Mar 4-7, 2004
Match drawn
NSW v South Aust at Sydney - Feb 17-20, 2004
NSW won by 25 runs
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