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Boards agree on tour in Kuala Lumpur

Bangladesh to tour Australia in 2010

Feb 21, 2008:

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Australia A v India A, Top End Series, Cairns, 4th day

Rain helps India A to draw

Jul 21, 2006: India A escaped with a draw as wet weather washed out the final day of the first-class match against Australia A in Cairns

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Australia A v India A, Top End Series, Cairns, 3rd day

Jaques keeps Australia A rolling

Jul 20, 2006: Phil Jaques capped a memorable match by adding a damaging century to his first-innings 240 as Australia A set India A an imposing 482 for victory at Cairns

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Australia A v India A, Top End Series, Cairns, 2nd day

India A struggle in the Top End

Jul 19, 2006: Australia A's grip over India A tightened as the visitors finished the second day at Cairns 240 behind on first innings with only three wickets remaining

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Australia A v India A, Top End Series, Cairns, 1st day

Jaques forced to wait for double-century

Jul 18, 2006: Phil Jaques replicated his immaculate county form with a dominant and unbeaten 199 as Australia A's batsmen pounded into India A at Cairns

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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

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

Darwin and Cairns to host Sri Lanka in 2004 Tests

Jul 19, 2003: Cricket Australia today announced that international cricket will return to the top end cities of Darwin and Cairns in 2004 after finalising arrangements for a two-Test series involving Sri Lanka

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Cairns, Darwin to become first cities outside capitals to host Test cricket

May 2, 2002: Darwin and Cairns will become the first Australian cities outside the nation's capitals to host Test matches after the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced that Test and one-day international cricket will be played in Northern Australia

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