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Australia to make their Canberra debut

Jun 8, 2012: Australia will play an international match in Canberra for the first time next summer, as part of the national capital's centenary celebrations

Brydon Coverdale

Australia news

Australia may play in Canberra next April

Mar 29, 2012: International cricket could next year be held in Australia in April for the first time since 1877, with the possibility of Canberra hosting the national team for the first time

Brydon Coverdale

PM's XI v England XI, Canberra

England XI suffer heavy defeat

Nov 10, 2006: Shaun Tait stormed into the first Test calculations with a withering fast bowling performance as England XI succumbed to a 166-run defeat in their opening Ashes tour match at the Manuka Oval in Canberra

Prime Minister's XI v West Indians, Canberra

Rain signals disappointing end to West Indies tour

Dec 2, 2005: The Prime Minister's XI were declared winners by six runs on the Duckworth-Lewis system in the 50-over clash with the West Indians after scoring a massive 4 for 316

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies in Australia, 2005-06

Prime Minister's XI match rescheduled for December

Sep 19, 2005: The annual Prime Minister's XI tour match has been switched from January to December 2

ESPNcricinfo staff

Pakistanis v Prime Minister's XI, Canberra

Fight delays play for 10 minutes

Jan 25, 2005: A punch-up forced play in the Pakistanis' tour match against the Prime Minister's XI at Manuka Oval in Canberra to be suspended for 10 minutes

ESPNcricinfo staff

Pakistanis v Prime Minister's XI, Canberra

Youhana and Younis seal tour victory

Jan 25, 2005: The Pakistanis breezed to an easy victory over the Prime Minister's XI with more than seven overs to spare at Manuka Oval

ESPNcricinfo staff

Prime Minister's XI v Indians, 2003-04

Badani leads Indians to victory in a thriller

Jan 28, 2004: In a well-contested game, the Indians scored 254 for 6 and beat the Prime Minister's XI by one run in a thrilling encounter

Wisden Bulletin by Rahul Bhatia

Prime Minister's XI v Indians, 2003-04

Badani leads Indians to victory in a thriller

Jan 28, 2004: In a well-contested game, the Indians scored 254 for 6 and beat the Prime Minister's XI by one run in a thrilling encounter

Wisden Bulletin

Media Release

Stephen Waugh to captain Prime Minister's XI against India

Jan 16, 2004: Cricket Australia today announced that Stephen Waugh will lead the Prime Minister's XI in the tour match against India at Canberra's Manuka Oval on 28 January.

Cricket Australia

South Africa A to travel to Australia for April series

Feb 6, 2003: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today that South Africa A will tour Australia in April 2003 for a series against Australia A.

Australian Cricket Board

U-19 girls clinch national title

Jan 9, 2003: The Konica Queensland Under-19 women's team today gained a fittingreward for winning the State's first National Under-19 title with sixplayers named in the Australian team to play England next week.

Queensland Cricket

England in need of rescue

Dec 10, 2002: A former Queensland lifesaver left England's tour of Australia in desperate need of rescue as he guided the Prime Minister's XI to a four-wicket win over the tourists at Manuka Oval in Canberra on Tuesday.

Brent Read

Clark to miss A matches; Harwood misses PM's XI, replaced by Lewis

Dec 3, 2002: New South Wales Blues fast bowler Stuart Clark will miss Australia A's matches against England and Sri Lanka because of a muscle strain.

Australian Cricket Board

Statement from the Prime Minister of Australia

Dec 2, 2002: I am delighted that Mark Waugh will captain the Prime Minister's XI for the match against England on Tuesday 10 December at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

Prime Minister of Australia - John Howard

Mark Waugh to captain Prime Minister's XI

Dec 2, 2002: Former Australian batsman Mark Waugh will lead the Prime Minister's XI in its one-day match against an England XI at Manuka Oval in Canberra on 10 December, it was announced today.

Australian Cricket Board

SA names 12 for ACB Cup match against ACT

Nov 26, 2002: The South Australian Cricket Association (SACA) has named a 12-man squad for the ACB Cup match against the ACT's second XI to commence on Monday, December 2.

South Australian Cricket Association

Love and Hodge replace injured Bevan and Clarke for PM's XI v ATSIC Chairman's XI match

Mar 6, 2002: Queensland Bulls batsman Martin Love has been called to replace Michael Bevan as captain of the Prime Minister's XI for its limited-overs match against the ATSIC Chairman's XI in Canberra on Friday 8 March.

Australian Cricket Board

Tasmania announce team for Canberra ACB Cup match

Dec 28, 2001: Tasmania have announced the following team for the ACB Cup match against Australian Capital Territory on 7-10 Jan at Canberra:

Tasmanian Cricket Association

Cricketers Prepare for Exciting Match

Apr 17, 2001: Australian cricketers arrive in Canberra today in preparation for the Prime Minister's XI versus the ATSIC Chairman's XI, to be held on Thursday at Manuka Oval

ACT Cricket
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