One and Done
Jun 29, 2016: Fast bowler Paul Wilson's only Test for Australia was underwhelming, but his officiating career has made up somewhat
May 25, 2010: Paul Wilson, the former Test fast bowler, has been added to Cricket Australia's national umpires panel for 2010-11
Oct 24, 2008: Paul Reiffel has become the first former Australia Test player to be added to the ICC international panel of umpires
Commonwealth Bank supports five-team competition
Oct 28, 2004: Australia's women's national cricket league starts on Saturday and a sponsor will back the five-team tournament for the first time
Retired quick swaps fire for Fury
Jun 3, 2004: Paul Wilson, the big-hearted former West Australian and South Australian fast bowler, has been appointed coach of the WA women's team for 2004-05.
Mar 19, 2004: RETRAVISION Warrior fast-bowler Paul Wilson has retired from first-class cricket
Jan 29, 2004: The WA Selectors today released a 13-man Retravision Warriors squad for the ING Cup match against Tasmania in Launceston on Sunday.
Jan 26, 2004: Retravision Warriors wicket-keeper batsman Ryan Campbell has strained his left adductor muscle and has been advised to rest for a week.
Jan 18, 2004: WA teams for matches against NSW (Jan 2004)
Oct 30, 2003: The WACA has announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the Speedblitz Blues in the PURA Cup clash at the SCG starting on Tuesday.
Oct 29, 2003: The WACA has announced the Retravision Warriors team to take on the Speedblitz Blues in an ING Cup clash at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.
Oct 22, 2003: The WACA Selectors today named the following squad to compete in the first ING Cup clash of 2003-2004 at the WACA Ground.
Western Australia v South Australia, Pura Cup, Perth, 3rd day
Oct 21, 2003: The efforts of little-known Mark Cleary had South Australia charging towards victory over Western Australia today in the opening Pura Cup cricket match of the summer.
Oct 20, 2003: Retravision Warrior Paul Wilson received a hairline fracture to the left hand side of his jaw after he was felled by a bouncer in the Pura Cup clash against the West End Redbacks at the WACA Ground today.
Western Australia v South Australia, Pura Cup, Perth, 2nd day
Oct 20, 2003: Former Test quick Paul Wilson had injury added to his costly insults when his jaw was broken in the Pura Cup cricket match between Western Australia and South Australia at the WACA today.
Oct 20, 2003: Cricket Australia Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland has praised the prompt action taken by officials following a Code of Behaviour breach by West Australian fast-bowler Paul Wilson.
Oct 20, 2003: Retravision Warrior Paul Wilson was fined for abusive language at the conclusion of day one of the Pura Cup match against the West End Redbacks.
Oct 2, 2003: The WACA have announced the WA team to take on Zimbabwe in the three-day RE/MAX Cup clash beginning at the WACA Ground on Friday.
Oct 15, 2002: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chairman's XI team for the match against England at Lilac Hill on Tuesday 22 October has been confirmed and is as follows:
Oct 1, 2002: Western Australia bounced back late in the day after starting offstrongly then being under the pump during the middle session of their pre-season match with Victoria.
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