Western Australian allrounder retires
Mar 28, 2008: Darren Wates, the Western Australia allrounder who played 15 first-class games, has stepped down to concentrate on his job as a lawyer
Warriors rest Dorey for one-day match
Feb 6, 2007: Stuart Clark has strengthened the New South Wales team, rejoining his state for their matches against Western Australia this week after being released from the Australia ODI squad
Warriors add Wates and Macdonald
Nov 30, 2006: Mick Lewis has been ruled out of Victoria's Ford Ranger Cup match with Western Australia at Shepparton on Sunday after failing a fitness test on his injured hip muscle
Queensland v Western Australia, ING Cup, Brisbane, February 11 2005
Feb 11, 2005: Kade Harvey, Darren Wates and Steve Magoffin picked up three wickets apiece as Western Australia ended their ING Cup campaign with a convincing 57-run victory over Queensland, the runaway table-toppers who had already sealed home advantage for the
Western Australia v New South Wales, ING Cup, Perth
Jan 2, 2005: A dropped catch by Darren Wates deprived Western Australia of a miraculous victory against New South Wales in their ING Cup match at the WACA
South Australia v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Adelaide, 3rd day
Mar 6, 2004: Ben Cameron and Mark Cosgrove put on an unbeaten 64-run partnership to take South Australia to 1 for 106, only 232 adrift of the target set by Western Australia
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
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 22, 2003: The WACA Selectors today named the following squad to compete in the first ING Cup clash of 2003-2004 at the WACA Ground.
Oct 20, 2003: Retravision Warrior Paul Wilson received a hairline fracture to the left hand side of his jaw after he was felled by a bouncer in the Pura Cup clash against the West End Redbacks at the WACA Ground today.
Oct 16, 2003: The Western Australian Cricket Association today announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the West End Redbacks in a Pura Cup clash starting at the WACA Ground on Sunday.
Oct 2, 2003: The WACA have announced the WA team to take on Zimbabwe in the three-day RE/MAX Cup clash beginning at the WACA Ground on Friday.
Zimbabwe in Australia 2003-04
Sep 28, 2003: Sean Ervine saved his side's blushes with a belligerent 41 and two early wickets, but Zimbabwe were made to struggle on the opening day of their tour match against the grade cricketers of Rockingham-Mandurah, whose ranks had been swelled by the
Jan 7, 2003: The Western Australian Cricket Association selectors today announced a Western Warriors ACB Cup Second XI to play against New South Wales in Perth next week.
Jun 7, 2002: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce the following list of State Contracted Players for season 2002-03:
Jan 3, 2002: The WA Selectors have named South Perth all-rounder Darren Wates in theWestern Warriors team for tomorrow's day/night ING Cup game v the QLDBulls at the WACA ground, as a replacement for Stuart Karppinen.
Feb 22, 2000: Western Warriors seam bowler Darren Wates has been chosen as the Mercantile Mutual Cup "Best New Talent" for the 1999/2000 season, the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today
Sri Lanka are not the first touring team to struggle in typical English conditions, but that fact does not detract from James Anderson's magnificence
A win for Kolkata Knight Riders will mean they finish in the top four, leaving the final league match to decide the fourth team in the playoffs
Poor form in the IPL, and the selectors' decision to reward consistent domestic performers such as Faiz Fazal and Yuzvendra Chahal, resulted in the omission of Hardik Pandya and Pawan Negi for the Zimbabwe tour
Despite having most bases covered and unearthing an exciting young talent, defending champions Mumbai Indians endured a frustrating, stop-start season
Shivnarine Chanderpaul talks about batting long, batting with his son, and batting against Australia