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Shield: TAS vs WA

Discussion in 'Domestic Game Day' started by Collingwood Storm, Dec 17, 2010.

  1. Collingwood Storm

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    North failed again

    WA were 9/62 before the #10 and #11 got them up to 108.
     
  2. Big Pete

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    Stumps Day 1

    Tasmania well on top at 1/146 claiming first innings points having already claimed the lead with Cosgrove (90*) and Doolan (48*) occupying the crease.

    Great work from young Faulkner to end up with figures of 3/15 for Tasmania.

    Hogan once again the leading wicket taker for the Warriors with the lone wicket. Australian hopeful Beer has figures of 0/27 off 8.
     
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    I had a good laugh over this at the WACA today.

    Alot of my mates over here reckoned more West Aussies should be in the Test Team :crazy:

    Good to see North pushing for a recall :lol:
     
  4. Collingwood Storm

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    Tassie collapsed from 1/150 to 8/186
     
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    All out for 258 with only Faulkner showing any resistance with an unbeaten 50. Still lead by 150 on the first innings.
     
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    Going purely on the numbers this Faulkner kid looks like a prospect. Averages 30 with the bat and has 28 wickets at 19.
     
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    Hogan again the chief destroyer for WA with 6 wickets.
     

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