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Damien Wright joins Tasmania as assistant coach

Damien Wright will return to Tasmania next summer as coach of the Hobart Hurricanes and an assistant to the Tigers' new head coach Daniel Marsh

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Nash and Stevens dropped

Bulls make three changes to squad

Michael Kasprowicz has confirmed he will play on after an injury-plagued 2006-07. He was named on Queensland's new list of contracted players, which also featured a return for Aaron Nye and places for Greg Moller and Michael Buchanan

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Moller a chance for first-class debut

Stevens dropped as Bulls recall Broad

Queensland have made two changes to their batting line-up ahead of their Pura Cup match against South Australia at Brisbane starting next Friday, promoting Ryan Broad and the uncapped Greg Moller

Brydon Coverdale at the MCG

Victoria v Queensland, Pura Cup, Melbourne, 3rd day

Bushrangers chase 313 for victory

Victoria face an uphill battle to avoid defeat after their injury-depleted attack struggled to capitalise on a deteriorating MCG pitch against Queensland

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Queensland v New South Wales, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 4th day

New South Wales bowlers run through the Bulls

A superb team bowling performance led by Matthew Nicholson pushed New South Wales to a satisfying 74-run success over Queensland

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Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 4th day

Marsh and Dorey push Warriors to victory

An eighth-wicket stand of 47 between Shaun Marsh and Brett Dorey edged Western Australia to their first Pura Cup outright win of the season

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Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 3rd day

Casson dents Queensland with five-wicket haul

Beau Casson added to Queensland's disappointment at losing first-inning points by taking 5 for 88 to give Western Australia a strong chance of their first outright victory of the summer

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Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 2nd day

Kasprowicz strikes with six to give Bulls a chance

Michael Kasprowicz drove into Western Australia with six wickets and Ashley Noffke chipped in late to give Queensland a chance of first-innings points