Western Australia have named their line-up for next week’s Toyota Futures League clash against Tasmania at Richardson Park with two promising fast bowlers returning from injury.
Simon Katich is swapping sports after bringing the curtain down on an 18-year playing career in cricket. The former Australia Test batsman, who has most recently been playing domestic cricket for Lancashire and Western Australia, has accepted a job as the player development co-ordinator with the Australian Rules football club Greater Western Sydney.
Australian cricket’s new-look one-day domestic competition ended with a bang with 221,695 fans (across metro and regional markets) tuning in to see the Queensland Bulls win the RYOBI One Day Cup at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.
The Queensland Bulls have won the RYOBI One-Day Cup for the second consecutive year, beating the NSW Blues by five wickets in the final at North Sydney Oval today.
David Warner’s record-breaking 197 at North Sydney Oval today has fired New South Wales Blues into the RYOBI one-day Cup final against reigning tournament champions Queensland Bulls.
Western Warriors coach Justin Langer believes his young side aren’t far away from breaking through despite finishing fifth at this month’s RYOBI One-Day Cup. The Warriors arrived back in Perth on Wednesday after a fortnight in Sydney where they won one out of six matches in the carnival-style RYOBI Cup.
The Queensland Bulls have cruised through to the RYOBI One Day Cup final after beating the Warriors by 35 runs in a rain-affected match at North Sydney Oval. New South Wales Blues also won and will meet Victoria Bushrangers in the elmination final.
Another big century to David Warner has catapulted the NSW Blues back into RYOBI One Day Cup finals contention, with a big seven-wicket win over the Bushrangers at North Sydney Oval today. Warner’s 138 (from 111 balls) made light work of Victoria’s 311 for 8.
The Queensland Bulls have jumped to the top of the RYOBI One Day Cup ladder with a big 90-run win over the West End Redbacks at North Sydney Oval. The Warriors also won, notching up their first victory for the tournament by 52 runs over the Tasmanian Tigers.
Western Warriors batsman Shaun Marsh says he’s feeling fit and ready for a big score after making a half-century in his second game back following a hamstring injury. Marsh returned to the Western Australia side with a score of 47 in Tuesday’s RYOBI One-Day Cup 59-run loss to Victoria, before posting 54 in Thursday’s six-wicket defeat […]