ING Cup, Final
Feb 28, 2004: There will be an early start to the one-day final between Queensland and There will be an early start to the one-day final between Queensland and Western Australia on Sunday
Feb 27, 2004: After yet another season of innovation and record-breaking performances, the ING Cup reaches its climax on Sunday 29 February when the XXXX Queensland Bulls host the Retravision Warriors at the Gabba
ING Cup 2003-04
Feb 24, 2004: Chris Hartley has some big gloves to fill when he makes his domestic one-day debut for Queensland in the ING Cup final against the Western Warriors at the Gabba on Sunday
South Australia v Queensland, ING Cup, Adelaide
Feb 22, 2004: Nathan Hauritz spun Queensland to a four-run victory over South Australia in the ING Cup match at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday, ensuring that they would play Western Australia in the final later this month
New South Wales v Tasmania, ING Cup, Sydney
Feb 22, 2004: Stuart MacGill, airbrushed out of the one-day picture by Australia's selectors, picked up 4 for 55 as New South Wales marked the Waugh twins' final appearance in coloured clothing with a crushing eight-wicket victory over Tasmania at the Sydney
Victoria v Western Australia, ING Cup, Melbourne
Feb 21, 2004: Victoria beat Western Australia by two wickets, and gained the bonus point that gave them an outside chance of making the ING Cup final against the same opponents later this month
End of an era
Feb 15, 2004: Mark Waugh is widely expected to confirm his retirement from first-class cricket tomorrow, after a career that has lasted for nearly 20 years
ING Cup 2003-04
Feb 15, 2004: Darren Lehmann, after having his customary nerve-settling cigarette in front of the Drummoyne Oval grandstand before going out to bat, kickstarted the most important week of his career today with a half-century for South Australia in the ING Cup
Victoria v Tasmania, ING Cup, Melbourne
Feb 14, 2004: Tasmania recorded their first win of the ING Cup season, effectively killing off any hopes that Victoria may have had of winning the trophy
Feb 11, 2004: The Tasmanian Selectors have today announced the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers team to play the Victorian Bushrangers in the ING Cup match at the MCG in Melbourne on Saturday 14th February 2004.
Feb 11, 2004: The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) today announced the 12-man squad to take on the New South Wales Blues in this Sunday's ING Cup game at Drummoyne Oval.
Tasmania v Western Australia, ING Cup, Launceston
Feb 1, 2004: Tasmania's ING Cup meeting with Western Australia was washed out in second over of WA's run-chase, as thunder and lightning brought the match to an abrupt end
Queensland v New South Wales, Brisbane, ING Cup
Jan 30, 2004: Queensland pulled off a remarkable 25-run win against New South Wales at the Gabba
South Australia v Victoria, Adelaide, ING Cup
Jan 30, 2004: A decisive spell of tight, aggressive pace from Victoria's Mick Lewis prevented South Australia from chasing down a record total in the thrilling day-night ING Cup cricket match at Adelaide Oval
Jan 26, 2004: Cricket NSW Chief Executive David Gilbert has announced the SpeedBlitz Blues team to play the Queensland Bulls in an ING Cup Match in Brisbane on Friday January 30th, 2004.
Tasmania v Queensland, ING Cup, Hobart
Jan 26, 2004: Stuart Law smashed his own record for the fastest century in Australian domestic one-day cricket as the Queensland cruised to a six-wicket win over Tasmania in the ING Cup at Bellerive Oval
Jan 23, 2004: The Tasmanian Selectors have today announced the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers team to play the Queensland Bulls in the ING Cup Twighlight match at the Bellerive Oval in on Monday 26th January 2004.
Jan 22, 2004: The Western Australian Cricket Association is delighted to announce that a new WACA Ground domestic-limited overs crowd was set during WA's ING Cup win over NSW last night.
Western Australia v New South Wales, ING Cup, Perth
Jan 21, 2004: An entertaining half-century from Aaron O'Brien could not stop Western Australia recording a 23-run win against New South Wales at the WACA
Victoria v SOuth Australia, ING Cup, MCG
Jan 18, 2004: Victoria held on to beat South Australia by six runs in their ING Cup match at the MCG
Mitchell Johnson finishes his career highly placed among Australia's Test bowlers. It might not have always been a smooth ride for him but when he got into frightening top gear, one could hardly look away
A look back at some of Mitchell Johnson's best and fiercest Test spells
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