Queensland bowlers turn farmers in the name of teamwork
Aug 23, 2006: Mending fences is usually the domain of cricket administrators, but in Queensland the state's bowlers have built them in the pre-season's most novel and constructive exercise
Jan 28, 2004: A trio of Queensland's finest players are set to break career milestones in the next week as the XXXX Bulls set their sights on making the Pura Cup and ING Cup Finals.
Jan 16, 2003: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have gained World Cup player Andrew Symondsfor tomorrow night's ING Cup clash against the Southern Redbacks at theGabba
Dec 18, 2002: XXXX Queensland Bulls allrounder James Hopes has made a late dash toHobart to be on stand-by for tomorrow's Pura Cup clash against theTasmania Tigers.
Jul 25, 2001: Zimbabwe national coach Carl Rackemann has ruled out extending his contract with the Zimbabwe Cricket Union beyond October
Apr 16, 2001: Zimbabwe cricket is fortunate to have the burly former Australian pace bowler Carl Rackemann as their national team coach
Nov 14, 2000: Former Aussie speedster Carl Rackemann took over as Zimbabwe coach in October after serving earlier as the team's specialist bowling coach
Oct 3, 2000: The Zimbabwe Cricket Union has successfully concluded negotiations with former Australian pace bowler Carl Rackemann, who is contracted to coach the national team until at least 31 August 2001
Dec 9, 1999: Carl Rackemann is currently in Zimbabwe as a bowling coach on temporary employment with the Zimbabwe Cricket Union
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