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Bevan-led Blues end the seven year itch

Feb 25, 2001: If it's a characteristic of great players to unfurl great deeds at great times, then Michael Bevan gave a pretty powerful demonstration today of where he stands in the contemporary one-day arena

John Polack

Blues make advance to Final as Tigers retreat

Feb 18, 2001: To stay alive in this season's competition, New South Wales simply had to beat Tasmania in the teams' Mercantile Mutual Cup clash here at the Sydney Cricket Ground today

John Polack

Lehmann ton steers SA to victory

Feb 17, 2001: ADELAIDE - An unbeaten Darren Lehmann century led South Australia to a convincing five-wicket win over Victoria in the Mercantile Mutual Cup cricket match at Adelaide Oval today

Valkerie Mangnall

Bulls prove pest for Warriors with easy one-day win

Feb 16, 2001: BRISBANE - Queensland proved a pest for Western Australia tonight when it sent its arch-rival limping into next weekend's one-day cricket final with a loss at the Gabba

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Tigers enjoy a happy anniversary

Feb 10, 2001: Anniversaries are generally supposed to be joyous occasions

John Polack

Queensland romps home in Adelaide

Feb 10, 2001: For the second consecutive time, South Australia's batsmen have let their side down as it tumbled to a 101 run defeat at the hands of Queensland in a one-sided Mercantile Mutual Cup clash here at the Adelaide Oval

Lawrie Colliver

Nash, Lee pilot Blues to much-needed win

Feb 4, 2001: The New South Wales Blues have defeated the Western Warriors in convincing fashion, securing for themselves a much-needed win and four crucial points, in the Mercantile Mutual Cup match at the North Sydney Oval today

Felicity Shea

Maher, Bichel guide Bulls home in a thriller

Feb 2, 2001: An amazing, unbroken, seventh wicket partnership of fifty-five runs between Jimmy Maher (52*) and Andy Bichel (40*) has seen Queensland scramble home in a Mercantile Mutual Cup thriller against the Tasmanian Tigers here at the 'Gabba ground in

Steve Magoffin

Warriors defeat Tigers and consolidate top spot

Jan 26, 2001: The Western Warriors have defeated Tasmania by sixty-four runs in the Mercantile Mutual Cup match at the WACA Ground, cementing top spot in the standings and almost assuring themselves of a home final in a month's time

Scott Holdaway

Elliott makes Queensland see double

Jan 26, 2001: Matthew Elliott has endured a frustrating season

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Tasmanian comeback kids tighten one-day race

Jan 21, 2001: The Tasmanian Cricket Association turned back the clock today by taking state cricket to a regional centre

John Polack

Goodwin, Hussey combine to hand Warriors top spot

Jan 19, 2001: The Western Warriors have shot to the top of the Mercantile Mutual Cup standings following a seventy-three run win over New South Wales at the WACA Ground tonight, a result built on a mammoth third-wicket partnership

Scott Holdaway

Bushrangers prove too strong for Bulls

Jan 19, 2001: The Victorian Bushrangers have defeated the Queensland Bulls by sixty-three runs in the sides' Mercantile Mutual Cup match here at the `Gabba ground in Brisbane after thoroughly dominating the day's play

Steve Magoffin

WA takes second spot as bonus point bunnies fail again

Jan 16, 2001: New South Wales was the first to do it

Nabila Ahmed

Tasmanians secure resounding victory

Jan 7, 2001: Tasmania has cruised to victory over Queensland in its Mercantile Mutual Cup game at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart today

Elleanor Hill

Tasmania tastes first success

Dec 10, 2000: After three losses, Tasmania has finally tasted success in the Mercantile Mutual Cup competition, defeating Victoria by nine wickets with thirteen overs to spare at the Melbourne Cricket Ground today

Nabila Ahmed

Blewett secures (yet another) thrilling win for Redbacks

Dec 9, 2000: The Mercantile Mutual Cup match between South Australia and Western Australia here at the Adelaide Oval today has resulted in a spectacular finish, with the Redbacks hanging on doggedly to secure victory by two runs and to prolong their involvement

Leith Forrest

Blues hold firm to clinch thriller

Dec 8, 2000: Despite a Matthew Hayden century, New South Wales has defeated Queensland by five runs to take the points in a thrilling Mercantile Mutual Cup match between the teams in Brisbane tonight

Steve Magoffin

Warriors claim remarkable win as Tigers stumble

Nov 18, 2000: Western Australian medium pacers Damien Martyn and Kade Harvey have combined to lift their team to a two-run victory over Tasmania in a thrilling Mercantile Mutual Cup encounter between the teams here at the Bellerive Oval in Hobart today

John Polack

WACA faces substantial loss from pitch debacle

Nov 16, 2000: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) stands to lose more than $A20,000 in the wake of the events that caused yesterday's Mercantile Mutual Cup match between Western Australia and Queensland in Perth to be abandoned after just five overs

John Polack
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Tournament Results
West Aust v NSW at Perth - Feb 25, 2001
NSW won by 6 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
NSW v Tasmania at Sydney - Feb 18, 2001
NSW won by 6 wickets (with 36 balls remaining)
South Aust v Victoria at Adelaide - Feb 17, 2001
South Aust won by 5 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
Queensland v West Aust at Brisbane - Feb 16, 2001
Queensland won by 65 runs
Tasmania v Victoria at Launceston - Feb 10, 2001
Tasmania won by 41 runs
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