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Klinger trumps Neser in Sydney run-fest

Michael Klinger, Shaun Marsh and an aggressive Cameron Bancroft maintained Western Australia's unbeaten start to the domestic limited-overs competition by powering them to a total beyond Queensland's reach in a rain-affected match at the Drummoyne Oval

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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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Stoinis heads home to Western Australia

Allrounder Marcus Stoinis will return to his home state of Western Australia for the 2017-18 season, after spending the past five summers playing with Victoria

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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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Khawaja's ton dominates Western Australia

Usman Khawaja continued his pink-ball dominance with an unbeaten 147 against Western Australia in the first day of Queensland's Sheffield Shield match in Perth

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Queensland build lead after Bancroft ton

Queensland reached 4 for 130 in their second innings at stumps on day three against Western Australia, with a lead of 212 runs

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Bancroft finds form in Townsville

Western Australia reached 3 for 186 on the second day against Queensland in Townsville

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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