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Bird takes six as South Australia struggle
- Jackson Bird's six-wicket haul and an unbeaten 83 from Mark Cosgrove gave Tasmania the edge on the first day of their Sheffield Shield match against South Australia in Hobart
Replay: Wickets tumble in mad Shield day
- WESTERN Australia were rolled for 82 as wickets tumbled across all three final round Sheffield Shield matches. Replay our live blog.
Australia, South Africa in four-Test talks
- Australia and South Africa are in talks to expand the size of their future Test series meetings from three matches to four, following the dramatic and high quality series completed at Newlands last week
Bird pace blitz rattles Redbacks
- TASMANIA paceman Jackson Bird showed just how much the reigning Shield champions have missed him by decimating the SA batting order.
NSW skittle Western Australia for 82
- Doug Bollinger and Josh Hazlewood gave New South Wales the perfect start in their push to earn hosting rights for the Sheffield Shield final, skittling Western Australia for 82 on the first day of their match in Canberra
NSW ease past WA's 1st innings total
- TEST and WA batsman Shaun Marsh registered his third straight duck as NSW cruised past the Warrior's ninth-lowest total of 82.
Hopes gives Queensland strong start
- Queensland captain James Hopes proved dangerous with the new ball before Victoria recovered somewhat through half-centuries to David Hussey and John Hastings on the first day in Melbourne
Hopes puts Queensland in charge
- FOUR teams entered the fray on Tuesday, but two outfits realistically remain in the frame to play in the Sheffield Shield final.
Waqar, Murali take on coaching roles with Bengal
- Waqar Younis and Muttiah Muralitharan have been appointed pace and spin bowling consultants respectively for Bengal, the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) confirmed after its working committee meeting on Monday
Thumbs down as Root out of World T20
- ENGLAND batsman Joe Root will miss the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh after breaking his thumb on the tour of the West Indies. He’s replaced by Ian Bell.