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South Australia rise with Travis Head's 132

The captain made his sixth first-class century - an aggressive one - to make Queensland fret in the first Sheffield Shield match at Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns

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Bird seals Tasmania's first win of the season

The Tasmania bowlers wrapped up a comfortable 142-run win - their first of the season - by taking the last five South Australia wickets in 36.3 overs for 119 runs on the last day at the Adelaide Oval

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Bird's all-round show bolsters Tasmania

Jackson Bird returned to Tasmania's XI for the Shield match and had an impact with a five-for and a crucial 26 that boosted the side's first-innings total

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Doran unbeaten ton rescues Tasmania on opening day

The 20-year old showed plenty of stubbornness as South Australia's attack chipped away at the line-up, en route to taking Tasmania past 200 with a maiden first-class century

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Medium-pacers lead South Australia's fightback

South Australia's four-man pace attack dismissed Western Australia for 173 to leave their side with a gettable final-day score on the third day of their Sheffield Shield fixture at the WACA

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78dThe report by Daniel Brettig

Maxwell fires second fifty as Victoria claim draw

Jake Lehmann won the Player-of-the-Match award for his double of 103 and 93 as South Australia fell two wickets short of outright victory over Victoria

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Starc razes South Australia with eight-for

Mitchell Starc's eight-for in the second innings left NSW with only 57 to get but they made heavy weather of the chase before completing a six-wicket victory

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102dGreg Growden

The most badass skipper ever

Ian Chappell was a man to be reckoned with, as South Australia's administration found out during the 1975-76 Sheffield season. A new book has the story

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South Australia trump Victoria in exciting finish

Jake Lehmann's 63 off 25 balls, and exploits from Callum Ferguson and Jake Weatherald, took South Australia to victory over Victoria and up to second place in the tournament table

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