Ray Bright, the former Australian left-arm spinner, will conduct a three-day training programme with some of Tasmania's young slow bowlers
- No fixture scheduled
The Tasmanian Cricket Association (TCA) announced the Tasmanian Institute squad for the State and Territory Institute of Sport Challenge, to be held in Mackay and Townsville from August 23-30
- Bright to conduct training sessions for Tasmanian spinners
- Tasmanian squad named for Institute Challenge
- Sweeping changes for Tasmanian club cricket
- Australia honours past and present cricketers
Tasmania will introduce a new plan this summer to ensure the continued development of its club cricket
Former players pose at the gathering in Sydney Around 150 of Australia's 197 living Test cricketers assembled in Sydney on Friday night for a dinner organised by Cricket Australia
Three new additions have been made by the Tasmanian selectors to their Tigers squad for next season
ACB Cup match summary Tasmania v Western Australia from the WACA communications department.
MELBOURNE, Oct 31 AAP - Victorian paceman Shane Harwood became the third Australian cricketer to take a hat-trick in his first-class debut here today
An unbeaten century by Chris Harris has steered New Zealand to a six wicket victory over Tasmania in their one day cricket practice match at Alan Davidson Oval here today
New Zealand beat Tasmania by four runs in a limited-overs practice cricket match at Alan Davidson Oval here today to continue an ideal lead-up for the Kiwis' ICC Champions Trophy title defence in Sri Lanka this month
The Tasmanian Cricket Association is pleased to announce that young South Australian batsman, Luke Williams will be joining the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers for season 2002/2003.
Victoria's pursuit of a more youthful playing list has crashed into a significant early hurdle today with talented all-rounder Ben Oliver's decision to leave the state in search of greater opportunities in Tasmania.
Newcastle born fast bowler Paul Wilson has decided to head to Western Australia to play cricket for the next two seasons.
After losing the services of three former international players between them during the past week, Western Australia and Victoria appear to be facing a fight to retain several more of their best cricketers.
Victorian elite coaching co-ordinator Brian McFadyen will be switching to a new home within a month after winning appointment today as Tasmania's new cricket coach.
Though it seemed to escape serious attention on both sides of the Atlantic last year, it's worth bearing in mind that, among the four major prizes that were on offer in English domestic cricket in 2001, only one went to a team without an Australian
Excited, pumped and nervous are all words which could describe the feeling of those Tasmanians who made the journey to Brisbane to watch the Tigers try and achieve something never done by a Tasmanian team
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.
Queensland has clinched its third successive first-class title and its fifth crown in the space of eight years after it emphatically set the seal on a 235-run victory over Tasmania in the 2001-02 Pura Cup Final here at the 'Gabba ground in Brisbane
Tasmanian captain Jamie Cox is looking beyond short-term pain and to an exciting future for his state after its 235-run defeat at the hands of Queensland in the Pura Cup Final in Brisbane today.
Queensland is just a day away from claiming its fifth domestic first-class title after it continued to remorselessly shut Tasmania out of the 2001-02 Pura Cup Final here at the 'Gabba in Brisbane today.
All the ingredients for Queensland's fifth first-class title in eight years are in place after batsmen Brendan Nash (96) and Martin Love (93) served up a run-feast for the Bulls on the third day of the Pura Cup Final against Tasmania here in Brisbane
As warmer temperatures returned to Brisbane, Queensland applied a blowtorch to Tasmania and decisively took control of the 2001-02 Pura Cup Final between the teams here at the 'Gabba today.
An old ghost returned to haunt Tasmania, and two of Queensland's most seasoned campaigners reversed the trend of previously mediocre seasons, as déjà vu and a break with custom were delicately intertwined on the opening day of the 2001-02 Pura Cup
Tasmanian captain Jamie Cox anticipates that a sense of history will inspire his players when his team meets Queensland in the Pura Cup Final starting at the 'Gabba tomorrow.
It almost had to happen, really
The Bangladesh and Pakistan captains have complained about scheduling. So how much are they travelling?
Most runs, most wickets, and a whole lot more
Schedule of upcoming international games