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Back injury forces Geeves into retirement

The fast bowler Brett Geeves, who played three matches for Australia during 2008 and 2009, has retired from first-class cricket due to an ongoing back injury

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Warner and Geeves warned over Twitter row

David Warner and Brett Geeves have been told they could face charges of bringing the game into disrepute if they repeat a very public Twitter quarrel in which Warner accused Geeves of racial vilification

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Australian news

Back injury forces Brett Geeves out for season

The fast bowler Brett Geeves will not be adding to his three appearances for Australia this summer after being ruled out for the season with a stress fracture in his lower back

The Bulletin by Andrew Fuss

Queensland v Tasmania, Twenty20 Big Bash, Brisbane

Queensland prevail despite Geeves hat-trick

Queensland survived a hat-trick from Brett Geeves to open their account in the KFC Big Bash with a 9-run win over Tasmania in Brisbane

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Pakistan in Australia 2009-10

Spinners give Pakistan the edge - Kaneria

Danish Kaneria, the Pakistan legspinner, has said Pakistan have a distinct advantage on the tour of Australia, for the hosts lack a wristspinner in their ranks

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Queensland v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield, Brisbane

Bulls ride on Batticciotto century

Glen Batticciotto posted his maiden first-class century and had solid support from Chris Hartley as Queensland set up a terrific lead over Tasmania

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Queensland v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield, Brisbane

Bulls add late wobble to stunning start

Queensland swept through Tasmania but the hosts were in discomfort late on an eventful first day at the Gabba

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Tasmania awards night 2008-09

Geeves named Tasmania's best

Brett Geeves has taken out the Ricky Ponting Medal for the second successive year as Tasmania's Player of the Year