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South Australian awards
Mar 29, 2006: Luke Williams, the captain of the Adelaide Buffalos, has won the 2006 Bradman Medal for South Australian grade cricketer of the year
ING Cup 2004-05
Dec 16, 2004: The Northern Territory batsman Ken Skewes has been called up by South Australia, his adopted state, for the ING Cup match against Western Australia
Aug 22, 2002: The Tasmanian Selectors have today announced the squad to travel to Sydney on a pre-season tour to prepare for the 2002-2003 Season.
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 8, 2002: The Tasmanian Cricket Association is pleased to announce the squad to represent the Tasmanian Cricket Association and the Tasmanian Institute of Sport in the State and Territory Institute of Sport One-Day Challenge to be held in Darwin, from Sunday
Jun 6, 2002: The Tasmanian Cricket Association's Chief Executive, David Johnston, today announced 16 State contracted players and 2 Rookie contracted players.
May 30, 2002: The Tasmanian Cricket Association is pleased to announce that young South Australian batsman, Luke Williams will be joining the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers for season 2002/2003.
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