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Jaques steps down as Queensland coach

Phil Jaques has stepped down as coach of Queensland to return home to Sydney, where he will take up a position as batting coach of New South Wales

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Ryan Carters retires at the age of 26

New South Wales wicketkeeper-batsman Ryan Carters has announced his retirement from all cricket at the age of 26. Carters, who founded the Batting for Change charity, is leaving the game to pursu

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WA on top despite Cowan, Hughes fifties

ESPNcricinfo's wrap of the second day of the Sheffield Shield match between Western Australia and New South Wales in Perth

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In-form Cowan strikes another century

ESPNcricinfo's wrap of the second day of the Sheffield Shield match between New South Wales and South Australia in Sydney

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Crane follows Imran Khan with New South Wales debut

Mason Crane, the Hampshire legspinner, has become the first overseas cricketer to play for New South Wales in more than 30 years after being handed his debut against South Australia

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Shield return puts Cummins in Ashes frame

The Australia fast bowler will play his first Sheffield Shield match in nearly six years and says he wants to play with no restrictions and without having to worry about his fitness

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Hartley, Burns help Queensland hold on for draw

A stubborn hand by Chris Hartley and a more fluent one by Joe Burns allowed Queensland to comfortably evade defeat to New South Wales in the Sheffield Shield match at the SCG

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Abbott, Somerville put seal on NSW's innings win

Following a double-century from Ed Cowan which took New South Wales to 523, offspinner William Somerville and Sean Abbott bundled Victoria out in their second innings well shy of parity

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Dean 67 props up Victoria at MCG

Dean's half-century salvaged an otherwise ordinary performance against New South Wales at the MCG

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Cowan's 134* hands New South Wales the lead

Ed Cowan's unbeaten 134 off 267 balls enabled New South Wales to end the second day of their Sheffield Shield match against Victoria with a 42-run advantage

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Sayers trumps Stobo in thrilling SA win

New South Wales fought back after being bowled out for 87 to take out eight South Australia wickets, but in vain as Jake Lehmann's unbeaten 47 gave SA a thrilling two-wicket win

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Nevill responds to Test axing with 179*

Tasmania were in trouble at 5 for 107 at stumps on day two in Hobart, in reply to the New South Wales total of 5 for 495 declared