Big Bash League 2014-15
May 28, 2014: Craig Simmons has followed up his breakout Big Bash League last summer by signing a three-year contract with the Adelaide Strikers
Apr 4, 2014: In the morning, Marcus North announced his retirement. By the end of the evening he was being toasted by Western Australian cricket for another reason, as the winner of the Laurie Sawle Medal
Sixers v Scorchers, BBL, 2nd semi-final, Sydney
Feb 5, 2014: Craig Simmons scored his second century of the tournament and sent Perth Scorchers to the Champions League 2014 and ensured they host their third successive BBL final
Scorchers v Strikers, BBL 2013-14, Perth
Jan 16, 2014: Craig Simmons slammed the fastest century of the BBL, off just 39 balls, to power Perth Scorchers to 203 at the WACA
Western Australia v South Australia, WACA, 1st day
Dec 5, 2011: Western Australia fast bowler Michael Hogan ripped through South Australia to skittle them for 93 at the WACA
Queensland v Western Australia, FR Cup, Brisbane
Jan 28, 2009: Lee Carseldine continued his brilliant career renaissance with his second one-day century of the season as Queensland went one step closer to a place in the final with their 61-run win over Western Australia
Former Blues batsman signed by Warriors
May 19, 2008: Craig Simmons, the former Western Australia batsman, has returned to the Warriors after three seasons with New South Wales
New South Wales v South Australia, FR Cup, Sydney
Oct 15, 2006: South Australia managed to chase down the revised target of 267 from 43 overs and beat New South Wales by five wickets in their rain-interrupted Ford Ranger Cup match at the Sydney Oval
New South Wales v Victoria, Twenty20 Final, Sydney
Jan 21, 2006: A thrilling hundred from Brad Hodge and some disciplined bowling earned Victoria a crushing 93-run win over New South Wales as they became the first Twenty20 champions
Jun 7, 2002: The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce the following list of State Contracted Players for season 2002-03:
May 3, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) announced today the 2002 intake for the Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy (CBCA).
Mar 28, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) will send a 12-man training squad to India next Thursday (4 April 2002) to gain experience in sub-continent conditions.
Feb 8, 2002: The Australian under-19 team plays South Africa in Lincoln, New Zealand, tomorrow in the final of the 2002 International Cricket Council (ICC) Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
Dec 14, 2001: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today the final squad of 14 to travel to New Zealand for the 2002 ICC Under-19 World Cup, played from 14 January - 10 February 2002.
Led by the batting feats of Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers, Royal Challengers Bangalore overcame a poor start to the season and went all the way to the final, only for their bowling weaknesses to resurface