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New South Wales annual awards

MacGill wins Steve Waugh medal

Apr 2, 2005: Stuart MacGill has been rewarded for his role in the New South Wales Pura Cup triumph with the Steve Waugh Medal, honouring the NSW player of the year

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The Ashes 2005

England omission would devastate MacGill

Mar 22, 2005: Stuart MacGill, the No

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Qld v NSW, Pura Cup final, Brisbane, 3rd day

Blues clinch Pura Cup thriller by one wicket

Mar 20, 2005: New South Wales clinched the Pura Cup with a thrilling one-wicket win against Queensland at Brisbane

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Qld v NSW, Pura Cup final, Brisbane, 2nd day

Love leads Queensland fightback

Mar 19, 2005: Martin Love led the Queensland fightback on the second day of the Pura Cup final at the Gabba, guiding them to a 64-run lead in a low-scoring contest

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Qld v NSW, Pura Cup final, Brisbane, 1st day

Bracken eyes Ashes tour

Mar 18, 2005: Nathan Bracken's demolition of the Queensland batting order in the Pura Cup final at Brisbane has boosted his chances of being named in Australia's squad for the Ashes tour

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Qld v NSW, Pura Cup final, Brisbane, 1st day

Bracken floors Queensland as Blues charge

Mar 18, 2005: Nathan Bracken destroyed Queensland's Pura Cup home final with 6 for 27 as the Bulls fell for 102 at the Gabba

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Queensland v NSW, Pura Cup final

MacGill weighs-up Gabba move

Mar 17, 2005: Stuart MacGill is considering swapping SCG turners for the Gabba's bounce in a change of scenery to end his first-class career

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Pura Cup final 2004-05

Thornely's final chance to make an Ashes impression

Mar 16, 2005: Dominic Thornely will use the Pura Cup final against Queensland as a final attempt to springboard on to the Ashes Tour

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Australian domestic season 2004-05

Bevan crowned Pura Cup Player of the Year

Mar 16, 2005: Michael Bevan's record-breaking season was officially rewarded when he was named the Pura Cup Player of Year at the state awards in Brisbane

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Queensland v New South Wales, Pura Cup final

Lee could fly home for final

Mar 15, 2005: Brett Lee might miss out on a place for the second Test which starts on Friday, but there are suggestions he might rush home in time to appear for New South Wales against Queensland in the Pura Cup final which starts at Brisbane on the same day

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Pura Cup final 2004-05

Queensland's Hopes boosted by injury clearance

Mar 14, 2005: James Hopes, the Australia one-day allrounder, has been included in Queensland's Pura Cup final side after being cleared of a hamstring injury suffered in yesterday's draw with Western Australia

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

Tait record helps Redbacks avoid wooden spoon

Mar 13, 2005: Shaun Tait finished with five wickets to become South Australia's most prolific bowler in a season and ensured Tasmania finished last in the Pura Cup

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Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 4th day

Bulls charge into home final against New South Wales

Mar 13, 2005: Queensland won the right to host the Pura Cup final after Wade Seccombe's 84 pushed them to an unbeatable position against Western Australia at the Gabba

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New South Wales v Victoria, Pura Cup, SCG, 4th day

Blues coast to five-wicket win

Mar 13, 2005: New South Wales moved to second place in the Pura Cup table with a comfortable five-wicket win against Victoria at Sydney

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Australia's finisher is not yet finished

Bevan sets sights on World Cup recall

Mar 12, 2005: Michael Bevan was unceremoniously dumped from their one-day plans last summer, it was widely assumed that his reign as the undisputed master of limited-overs batting had been brought to an inglorious end

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

Redbacks take charge at Adelaide

Mar 12, 2005: Riding on a superb 141 by Shane Deitz and some useful lower-order contributions, South Australia made 471, a first-innings lead of 152, and then reduced Tasmania to 3 for 35 at close of play on the third day

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Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 3rd day

Warriors fight back after Perren hundred

Mar 12, 2005: Late strikes by Western Australia kept them in the hunt for a place in the Pura Cup finals

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New South Wales v Victoria, Pura Cup, SCG, 3rd day

Jaques leads Blues' run-chase

Mar 12, 2005: Phil Jaques led New South Wales' quest for victory on the third day of their Pura Cup match against Victoria at Sydney

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South Australia v Tasmania, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 1st day

Deitz leads the way for South Australia

Mar 11, 2005: Tasmania collapsed from 4 for 284 to 319 all out, and surrendered the initiative to South Australia, who reached 3 for 242 at the end of the second day of their Pura Cup match at Adelaide Oval

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

Redbacks cruise with Deitz and Blewett

Mar 11, 2005: Shane Deitz and Greg Blewett eased South Australia towards Tasmania's first innings total with a 98-run partnership in the battle for the wooden spoon

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Tournament Results
Queensland v NSW at Brisbane - Mar 18-20, 2005
NSW won by 1 wicket
South Aust v Tasmania at Adelaide - Mar 10-13, 2005
South Aust won by 9 wickets
NSW v Victoria at Sydney - Mar 10-13, 2005
NSW won by 5 wickets
Queensland v West Aust at Brisbane - Mar 10-13, 2005
Match drawn
West Aust v South Aust at Perth - Mar 3-6, 2005
South Aust won by 42 runs
Tasmania v NSW at Hobart - Mar 3-6, 2005
NSW won by 25 runs
Victoria v Queensland at Melbourne - Mar 3-6, 2005
Queensland won by 78 runs
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