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Apr 7, 2003: Former Australian Test and One Day player Adam Dale today announced hisretirement from first class cricket.
Mar 8, 2003: A trio of fitness checks this week will determine the ultimate make-upof the XXXX Queensland Bulls team to tackle NSW in the Pura Cup Final atthe Gabba starting on Friday.
Jan 16, 2003: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have gained World Cup player Andrew Symondsfor tomorrow night's ING Cup clash against the Southern Redbacks at theGabba
Jan 15, 2003: XXXX Queensland Bulls pace bowler Ashley Noffke will miss Friday's INGCup day/nighter against the Southern Redbacks, but remains in contentionfor Sunday's Pura Cup match at the Gabba.
Jan 10, 2003: Queensland's latest Test player Martin Love will captain the XXXXQueensland Bulls in Sunday's one-day match against Australian Country inBundaberg.
Dec 31, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will welcome back crafty swing bowler AdamDale and greet the arrival of teenage batsman Nick Kruger for their PuraCup clash against the Western Warriors in Perth starting on Saturday.
Sep 2, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will move their preparations for the start of the 2002-03 season into a new phase this weekend with the annual City-Country clash in Dalby.
Aug 23, 2002: The playing return of XXXX Queensland Bulls pace bowler Adam Dale hasbeen postponed until next month.
Aug 12, 2002: Former Australian player Adam Dale will make his long-awaited returnfrom a shoulder injury in Darwin later this month.
Jun 4, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will follow a proven formula with the releaseof their contracted player list for the 2002-2003 season.
Jun 8, 2001: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have re-signed their Pura Cup championship team for the 2001-2002 cricket season
Jul 27, 1999: Australian Cricket Board Chief Executive Officer, Malcolm Speed, today announced that the National Selection Panel had chosen Queensland Bulls swing bowler Adam Dale to replace the recently retired Paul Reiffel in the One Day International (ODI)
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Former Sri Lanka batsman Asanka Gurusinha talks about playing and coaching in Australia, and tactics during the 1996 World Cup
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