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Sep 2, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will move their preparations for the start of the 2002-03 season into a new phase this weekend with the annual City-Country clash in Dalby.
Aug 21, 2002: The 2002 Institute Challenge begins in Darwin next week (25-30 August) with six teams from state institutes of sport set to contest a round-robin series of one-day matches.
Aug 12, 2002: Former Australian player Adam Dale will make his long-awaited returnfrom a shoulder injury in Darwin later this month.
Jun 13, 2002: Queensland Cricket's next generation is set to benefit from increasedexposure to the game at the highest level in the 2002-2003 season.
Jun 8, 2001: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have re-signed their Pura Cup championship team for the 2001-2002 cricket season
Apr 3, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) will send a nine-man training squad to India tomorrow, Wednesday 4 April, to gain valuable experience in the challenging conditions of the Sub-Continent
Nov 9, 2000: Wynnum-Manly off-spinner Scott O'Leary will make his debut for the XXXX Queensland Bulls in Wednesday's day/night Mercantile Mutual Cup clash with the Western Warriors in Perth
May 31, 2000: Wynnum Sea Eagles off-spinner Scott O'Leary heads the handful of newcomers in the XXXX Queensland Bulls squad that will chase back-to-back Pura Milk Cup titles in the 2000-2001 season
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