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Andrew McDonald was recognised for what could be a breakthrough season for him, winning the Bill Lawry Medal as Victoria's best Pura Cup player for the year
Victoria's selectors have dropped 13 players, including the squad's two back-up wicketkeepers, in a smaller contract list for 2006-07
Victoria cricketers who have been contracted to play in England and Scotland will have to undergo medical examinations and skin-fold tests before leaving
Damien Wright and Michael Bevan were both unbeaten in the 90s as Tasmania stayed alive on day three of the Pura Cup match against Victoria at Bellerive Oval
An unbeaten Graeme Rummans century pushed Victoria to a lead of 419 on a contrasting second day of the Pura Cup match against Tasmania at Bellerive Oval
Cricket Victoria has today announced both the ING Cup and Pura Cup teams to play the West End Redbacks in South Australia beginning next week
Young Bushranger all-rounder Andrew McDonald is to lead Victoria's 2nd XI in game two of the Cricket Australia Cup in Western Australia from October 13-16.
The WACA today announced the squad for the first Cricket Australia Cup match of the season against Victoria at Richardson Park.
Recently appointed ING Captain, Cameron White, is to lead Victoria's 2nd X1 in game 1 of the Cricket Australia Cup in South Australia from October 7-10.
Western Australia bounced back late in the day after starting offstrongly then being under the pump during the middle session of their pre-season match with Victoria.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Victorian Cricket Association (VCA), today announced the following players have been offered full contracts for season 2002/03
The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Anti-Doping Committee last night fined New South Wales (NSW) Blues batsman Graeme Rummans $2000 and suspended him from all forms of cricket for one month, effective from Sunday 24 February 2002.
New South Wales cricketer Graeme Rummans has tonight been handed a one-month ban from representative matches and hit with a fine of $A2000 after being found guilty of a drug offence
Graeme Rummans expressed gratitude and Australia's cricket administrators signalled an ongoing determination to stamp out drug use in the wake of the marathon hearing in Melbourne tonight into the New South Wales batsman's positive test to the banned
The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today announced that New South Wales (NSW) Blues batsman Graeme Rummans had tested positive for the masking agent probenecid.
New South Wales cricket has suffered a major setback ahead of Sunday's ING Cup Final against Queensland with the news today that batsman Graeme Rummans has tested positive to the banned masking agent probenecid.
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