|Photos||Video & Audio||Blogs||Statistics||Archive||Shop||Mobile|
Australia v New Zealand, Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
Nov 29, 2004: New Zealand will play a warm-up game against a Victorian Invitation XI ahead of the three-match one-day series against Australia for the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy
Back to Melbourne
Apr 7, 2004: John Taylor, the all-rounder, has decided leave Western Australia for family reasons and will return to Victoria
Tasmania v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Hobart, 2nd day
Feb 5, 2004: Riding on hundreds by Ryan Campbell and Kade Harvey - to add to the 118 by Marcus North on the first day - Western Australia declared on 6 for 562
Jan 22, 2004: Western Australian fast-bowling legend Jo Angel will retire after the Pura Cup match against NSW at the WACA Ground starting this Friday.
Jan 21, 2004: WESTERN Australian fast-bowling legend Jo Angel will retire after the Pura Cup match against NSW at the WACA Ground starting this Friday
Jan 19, 2004: Veteran fast-bowler Paul Wilson will not be available for WA for the next week after succumbing to a groin injury
Jan 18, 2004: WA teams for matches against NSW (Jan 2004)
Western Australia v Victoria, ING Cup, Perth
Dec 18, 2003: John Taylor, the former Victoria bowler, returned to torment his old side as Western Australia scooted clear at the top of the ING Cup table with a 101-run win
Nov 3, 2003: Retravision Warriors Jo Angel and Chris Rogers have been ruled out of WA's PURA Cup Clash against the SpeedBlitz Blues starting at the SCG tomorrow.
New South Wales v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Sydney
Nov 3, 2003: NSW leg spinner Liam Zammit and WA allrounder John Taylor were primed to make their first class debuts in the Pura Cup cricket match starting at the SCG tomorrow after both teams suffered two late injuries.
Oct 29, 2003: The WACA has announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the Speedblitz Blues in an ING Cup clash at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.
Oct 12, 2003: The WACA today announced the squad for the first Cricket Australia Cup match of the season against Victoria at Richardson Park.
A look at some of cricket's most memorable strokes - and their makers