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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

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Adam Griffith named coach of Tasmania

Adam Griffith, the former Tasmania fast bowler, has been named as the state's new head coach. Griffith has spent six years as an assistant coach at Western Australia and in returning to his home

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Queensland march to massive innings win

Queensland routed a shambolic Tasmania by an innings inside three days to vault to second on the Sheffield Shield table after a lopsided affair at Bellerive Oval

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Queensland seamers skittle Tasmania for 150

Fifties from Joe Burns and Marnus Labuschagne then led Queensland's response, bringing them to within 19 runs of Tasmania's first-innings total

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Daniel Marsh sacked as Tasmania coach

Daniel Marsh has been ousted as Tasmania coach, effective immediately, following an extended run of under-performance by the Tigers in the Sheffield Shield

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Queensland set Tasmania 352 for victory

Queensland's stand-in captain, Chris Hartley, set Tasmania a hefty target of 352 for victory on the third day at the Gabba, after he earlier broke the all-time record for Sheffield Shield wicketk

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Matthew Wade eyes a return to Tasmania

Matthew Wade, the captain of Victoria and Australia's incumbent Test and ODI wicketkeeper, appears likely to move home to Tasmania next summer

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Webster 122* sets Victoria 361 target

Beau Webster's unbeaten 122 - his third first-class century - helped Tasmania set Victoria a target of 361 out of which they knocked off 44 without losing a wicket on the third day

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Holland five-for bundles out Tasmania

Left-arm spinner Jon Holland ran through Tasmania with a five-wicket haul on the first day in Hobart, where the Tigers were dismissed for 203 after choosing to bat first

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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

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Silk steers Tasmania to victory

Tasmania cruised to a nine-wicket win against Western Australia on the final day in Perth

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Doolan bounces back to form with double-ton

An unbeaten 202 from Alex Doolan put Tasmania in a very strong position at stumps on the second day against Western Australia at the WACA