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Chris Lynn thumps one

Queensland v Tasmania, 5th match, JLT One-Day Cup, Townsville

McDermott, Silk, Milenko star in Tasmania's 317 chase

Lynn and Hemphrey carried Queensland to 316, but a hundred from McDermott and fifties from Silk and Milenko ensured the Tigers overhauled it

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Jordan Silk celebrates his century,

Tasmania v NSW, Sheffield Shield 2017-18, Hobart, 2nd day

Tasmania thrive with Silk ton, Wade fifty

The Tasmania opener broke his four-year drought without a first-class century as his side moved to 4 for 392 on the second day after the first had been washed out due to rain

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Peter Siddle swings his blade

Queensland v Victoria, JLT One-Day Cup, Sydney

Siddle's 62 in vain as Queensland clinch narrow win

Peter Siddle's 62, and knocks from Matthew Short and Chris Tremain, revived Victoria's floundering chase of 310 but the side eventually lost by 11 runs

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Daniel Christian struck a 110-ball 93

Tasmania v Victoria, Sheffield Shield, Hobart

Silk 71* carries Tasmania after Victoria fight back

Jordan Silk's unbeaten 71 took Tasmania 100 runs ahead at stumps, after Dan Christian led a resistance with the Victorian tail to give them a 27-run first-innings lead

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Jordan Silk cuts during his 77 not out

Western Australia v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield, 4th day

Silk steers Tasmania to victory

Tasmania cruised to a nine-wicket win against Western Australia on the final day in Perth

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Steve O'Keefe was introduced early into the attack

Sheffield Shield 2014-15

Lyon, O'Keefe spin out Tasmania

Steve O'Keefe and Nathan Lyon took three wickets each and restricted Tasmania to 237 in the first innings of their Sheffield Shield match in Syndey

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Dom Michael plays towards the leg side

South Australia v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield 2014-15, 1st day

Late wickets peg Tasmania back

Tasmania made assured progress with each of their top-three registering fifties, but South Australia hit back with late wickets in Adelaide