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Tasmania eye victory after making NSW follow-on

Tasmania were in a strong position to push for victory at stumps on day three of their Sheffield Shield match with New South Wales in Hobart, despite losing the entire first day to rain

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Jackson Bird wraps up ten-wicket win against NSW

Jackson Bird completed a seven-wicket match haul to keep his name in the minds of Australia's selectors as Tasmania wrapped up a ten-wicket win against New South Wales

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Tasmania thrive with Silk ton, Wade fifty

The Tasmania opener broke his four-year drought without a first-class century as his side moved to 4 for 392 on the second day after the first had been washed out due to rain

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First day of Tasmania-NSW washed out

The first day of the Sheffield Shield match between Tasmania and New South Wales in Hobart has been abandoned due to heavy rain

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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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Doolan's 247* sets Victoria 453 to win

Ashes hopeful Glenn Maxwell (with a remarkably sedate strike rate of 39) and Victoria captain Peter Handscomb were at the crease on 20 and 5 respectively

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35dDaniel Brettig

Bailey shows his class in lone hand for Tasmania

The Tasmania captain made 106 out of his side's total of 172, on a bowlers day in Melbourne in which Tim Paine, Matthew Wade, Glenn Maxwell and Peter Handscomb were all out in single digits

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Burns 70 steers Queensland home

Matt Renshaw spent some time valuable time at the crease in the build-up to the Ashes, last 109 balls for 19, and adding an opening partnership of 82 with Joe Burns

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Wade's poor form continues as WA seize advantage

Nathan Coulter-Nile's late flourish with the bat helped Western Australia post a total in excess of 300, following which the Tasmanian batting crumbled on a wet second day

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Maddinson's blazing ton sets up NSW's big win

A sparkling Nic Maddinson century, a late starburst of shots from Ed Cowan and a four-wicket breakout display by Mickey Edwards carried New South Wales to a comprehensive defeat of Tasmania

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Mitchell Marsh to lead Western Australia in JLT Cup

While the Cricket Australia XI is yet to be named, Mitchell Starc and James Pattinson, both recovering from injuries, may enter the tournament in its later stages

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Wade's move home to Tasmania confirmed

Matthew Wade's return home to Tasmania has been officially confirmed after he was named in the state's list of contracted players for 2017-18

2017 Sheffield Shield / Pura Cup

TeamMWLTPNRR
NSW531024.94--
QLD521021.42--
TAS522019.64--
WA512017.56--
SOA512016.06--
VIC501013.11--

Top Run ScorersJan'17 to Dec'17

Top Wicket TakersJan'17 to Dec'17