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WACA announces contracts list for 2006-07
Jun 26, 2006: Western Australia Cricket Association announced its list of contracted players, rewarding several promising players in the district league
Feb 4, 2004: Beau Casson, the Retravision Warriors most successful bowler of the summer, will return to action for the WA Second XI in their Cricket Australia Cup match against South Australia.
Oct 12, 2003: The WACA today announced the squad for the first Cricket Australia Cup match of the season against Victoria at Richardson Park.
Jun 11, 2002: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce today, the launch of the Dennis Lillee Fast Bowling Academy.
Jun 7, 2002: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce the following list of State Contracted Players for season 2002-03:
Nov 16, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today a preliminary squad of 25 ahead of the 2002 ICC Under-19 World Cup to be played in New Zealand from 14 January - 10 February 2002.
Sep 17, 2001: The WACA is pleased to announce that the two final Rookie Contracts for season 2001-2002 have been awarded to Adam Voges and Andrew James.
Jul 16, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) has announced a 26-man preliminary training squad for the 2002 ICC Under-19 World Cup to be played in New Zealand during February.
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