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Australian Domestic Season 2019/20

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Marsh One Day Cup fixtures:

21 September
Western Australia v Victoria
WACA Ground, Perth

22 September
Queensland v New South Wales
Allan Border Field, Brisbane

23 September
Tasmania v Victoria
WACA Ground, Perth

24 September
Queensland v South Australia
Allan Border Field, Brisbane

25 September
Western Australia v Tasmania
WACA Ground, Perth

26 September
New South Wales v South Australia
Allan Border Field, Brisbane

29 September
South Australia v Tasmania
Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide

29 September
Victoria v Queensland
Junction Oval, Melbourne

30 September
New South Wales v Western Australia
Drummoyne Oval, Sydney

1 October
Victoria v Queensland
Junction Oval, Melbourne

1 October
South Australia v Tasmania
Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide

2 October
New South Wales v Western Australia
Drummoyne Oval, Sydney

23 October
New South Wales v Tasmania
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

23 October
Queensland v South Australia
Allan Border Field, Brisbane

23 October
Western Australia v Victoria
WACA Ground, Perth

31 October
Queensland v Western Australia
Metricon Stadium, Gold Coast

17 November
South Australia v Western Australia
Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide

17 November
Victoria v New South Wales
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

18 November
Tasmania v Queensland
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

19 November
Victoria v South Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

20 November
Tasmania v New South Wales
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

26 November
TBA v TBA
Final (venue TBA)

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Sheffield Shield fixtures:

10–13 October 2019
Victoria v South Australia
Junction Oval, Melbourne

10–13 October 2019
Queensland v New South Wales
The Gabba, Brisbane

10–13 October 2019
Western Australia v Tasmania
WACA, Perth

18–21 October 2019
New South Wales v Tasmania
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

18–21 October 2019
Queensland v South Australia
The Gabba, Brisbane

18–21 October 2019
Western Australia v Victoria
WACA, Perth

31 October–3 November 2019
Tasmania v Victoria
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

1–4 November 2019
South Australia v New South Wales
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

2–5 November 2019
Queensland v Western Australia
The Gabba, Brisbane

11–14 November 2019
New South Wales v Western Australia
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

11–14 November 2019
South Australia v Tasmania
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

12–15 November 2019
Victoria v Queensland
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

29 November–2 December 2019
Victoria v New South Wales
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

29 November–2 December 2019
Tasmania v Queensland
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

29 November–2 December 2019
Western Australia v South Australia
WACA, Perth

7–10 December 2019
Victoria v Western Australia
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

7–10 December 2019
New South Wales v Queensland
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

7–10 December 2019
Tasmania v South Australia
Blundstone Arena, Hobart


14–17 February 2020
New South Wales v Victoria
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

14–17 February 2020
South Australia v Western Australia
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

14–17 February 2020
Queensland v Tasmania
The Gabba, Brisbane

24–27 February 2020
New South Wales v South Australia
Bankstown Oval, Sydney

24–27 February 2020
Tasmania v Western Australia
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

24–27 February 2020
Queensland v Victoria
The Gabba, Brisbane

6–9 March 2020
Tasmania v New South Wales
Blundstone Arena, Hobart

6–9 March 2020
South Australia v Victoria
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

6–9 March 2020
Western Australia v Queensland
WACA, Perth

17–20 March 2020
South Australia v Queensland
Karen Rolton Oval, Adelaide

17–20 March 2020
Western Australia v New South Wales
WACA, Perth

19–22 March 2020
Victoria v Tasmania
Junction Oval, Melbourne

Final
27–31 March 2020
TBA v TBA
TBA


Thanks SeamUp for actually motivating me to do something useful on here
 
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GoodAreasShane

International Captain
One Day Squads:

NEW SOUTH WALES
Peter Nevill (C), Sean Abbott, Nick Bertus, Harry Conway, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Matthew Gilkes, Liam Hatcher, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nathan McAndrew, Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Daniel Sams

QUEENSLAND


SOUTH AUSTRALIA


TASMANIA


VICTORIA
Peter Handscomb (C), Scott Boland, Jackson Coleman, Travis Dean, Andrew Fekete, Aaron Finch, Sam Harper, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Nic Maddinson, Glenn Maxwell, Will Pucovski, Matthew Short, Will Sutherland, Chris Tremain

WESTERN AUSTRALIA
 

NUFAN

Y no Afghanistan flag
Are we happy with Harper over Gotch or is there another reason why Gotch is not there? I guess Handscomb could easy keep anyway.

I cant wait to see Sutherland. I feel like he is a decent shot at white ball cricket for Aus over the next 24 months.

Coleman Dean Fekete Harper would be the 4 id want to leave out which means:

Finch Harvey Pucovski Handscomb Maxwell Maddinson Short Sutherland Tremain Boland Holland. Thoughts?
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Vic team does look pretty strong on paper, good mix of youth and experience. I too am looking forward to see how Sutherland goes, showed a fair bit of promise last season until his campaign was curtailed by injury. Not sure why they went back to Fekete again, never been much chop with the white ball, would have rather seen one of their younger quicks though. Would definitely not want to rely on Handscomb with the gloves, not at all

NSW looks rather less convincing. The fact that they have picked two players not even on their contract list is a bit odd, especially Nair who was cut in the off season only to be recalled at the earliest opportunity.

Shame Burgey isn't here to tell us all about how #Bertmentum is the saviour Australia needs
 
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NUFAN

Y no Afghanistan flag
Why are the Ashes players not being included in the one day squads as they will be back before first game?
The NSW squad is just for the QLD leg. Vics squad is probably just for the matches in Perth too.

Whats your NSW XI out of that squad.
 

aussie tragic

International Captain
The NSW squad is just for the QLD leg. Vics squad is probably just for the matches in Perth too.

Whats your NSW XI out of that squad.
Thanks. Since NSW is playing my home state Qld, I'd leave Neville, Patterson and Abbot out of my NSW XI ;)
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
Are we happy with Harper over Gotch or is there another reason why Gotch is not there? I guess Handscomb could easy keep anyway.

I cant wait to see Sutherland. I feel like he is a decent shot at white ball cricket for Aus over the next 24 months.

Coleman Dean Fekete Harper would be the 4 id want to leave out which means:

Finch Harvey Pucovski Handscomb Maxwell Maddinson Short Sutherland Tremain Boland Holland. Thoughts?
Harper was very impressive in the Big Bash last season, I think he'd be much more effective than Harvey as a batsman alone, at any position. And he's a better keeper than Handscomb. Harvey will probably play though because of his potential I guess.

Short played some special knocks last season in various forms of the game too IIRC, all in all that's an insanely strong top 7
 

stephen

Hall of Fame Member
Bit sad that no shield games will be played at AB Field, but hopefully I'll manage to catch an ODD game or two there.
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Unfortunately I can't edit my previous post

SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Jake Lehmann (C)
Wes Agar
Alex Carey
Tom Cooper
Callum Ferguson
Joe Mennie
Harry Nielsen
Lloyd Pope
Luke Robins
Alex Ross
Kane Richardson
Cameron Valente
Jake Weatharald
Adam Zampa

All in all fairly much along the lines I expected, batting lineup looks fairly thin and most of the fast bowlers I wanted to see appear to be injured. Like that Pope gets a callup, as much as playing two leggies is a risk but otherwise the attack looks too samey for my liking, a bunch of right armers all at fairly similar pace. Joof gets the captaincy like last season, Carey overlooked, but realistically he is just warming the bench for the return of Head. Head really should be playing, seems CA insisted on resting everyone in the Ashes squad, bit dumb considering he was running drinks at the Oval
 

aussie tragic

International Captain
Head really should be playing, seems CA insisted on resting everyone in the Ashes squad, bit dumb considering he was running drinks at the Oval
Wait, so Neser didn't play the WC or an Ashes test but he can't play the one day game for Qld next week?

Same with Khawaja and Pattinson who haven't played since 3rd test, or Banctoft since 2nd test. And Starc only played the one test all series.

Does seem ridiculous, but then I guess it is only 50 over stuff that only matters in 4 years time. I'm sure they would have played if it was T20
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Wait, so Neser didn't play the WC or an Ashes test but he can't play the one day game for Qld next week?

Same with Khawaja and Pattinson who haven't played since 3rd test, or Banctoft since 2nd test. And Starc only played the one test all series.

Does seem ridiculous, but then I guess it is only 50 over stuff that only matters in 4 years time. I'm sure they would have played if it was T20
With Patto and Starc resting them from this is fair enough considering their respective injury histories. Otherwise I absolutely agree, not bright thinking from CA.

Surely they would want state teams as strong as possible, but apparently not
 

TheJediBrah

Hall of Fame Member
Wait, so Neser didn't play the WC or an Ashes test but he can't play the one day game for Qld next week?

Same with Khawaja and Pattinson who haven't played since 3rd test, or Banctoft since 2nd test. And Starc only played the one test all series.

Does seem ridiculous, but then I guess it is only 50 over stuff that only matters in 4 years time. I'm sure they would have played if it was T20
When your entire domestic 50-over structure occurs over a few weeks you shouldn't be letting anyone miss any part of it that they don't have to. Such a dumb system. Oh you have a sore finger that keeps you out for 2 weeks? No 50 over cricket for you this year!
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Tasmania squad released too

Jordan Silk (C)
George Bailey
Jackson Bird
Alex Doolan
Jake Doran
Nathan Ellis
James Faulkner
Jarrod Freeman
Caleb Jewell
Ben McDermott
Riley Meredith
Alex Pyecroft
Gurinder Sandhu
Beau Webster.

Forkers is still alive
 

Spikey

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NSW looks rather less convincing. The fact that they have picked two players not even on their contract list is a bit odd, especially Nair who was cut in the off season only to be recalled at the earliest opportunity.
nah this is a classic nsw thing. my only thing is that I'm surprised they picked nair over chris green (if chris green is available)
 

aussie tragic

International Captain
10–13 October 2019
Queensland v New South Wales
The Gabba, Brisbane

Really looking forward to going to this game.

Qld with locked in test bat Labuschagne will have Burns, Renshaw and Khawaja fighting for a first test spot vs Pakistan. This against the Australian attack of Cummins, Hazlewood, Starc and Lyon.

Not to mention Warner having to come out and score massively to shut people up about his Ashes failure while Smith.exe will be re-booted to handle Aussie conditions.

As a Queenslander, I hope Neser, Stanlake, Steketee and Swepson don't suffer too much.
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
nah this is a classic nsw thing. my only thing is that I'm surprised they picked nair over chris green (if chris green is available)
Green is over playing in the CPL right now, he's going alright too. Seems they have finally moved on from SOK in 50 over cricket
 

aussie tragic

International Captain
Alyssa Healy's cousin Tom Healy, who keeps and opens the batting with Joe Burns made 72 on Saturday. Checking his record he's made 750 runs @ 35ish the last 2 seasons.

Any chance on him getting a Qld gig this year (not sure who reserve keeper is)? It would be great seeing Healy and McDermott playing for Qld again :)
 

the big bambino

International Captain
10–13 October 2019
Queensland v New South Wales
The Gabba, Brisbane

Really looking forward to going to this game.

Qld with locked in test bat Labuschagne will have Burns, Renshaw and Khawaja fighting for a first test spot vs Pakistan. This against the Australian attack of Cummins, Hazlewood, Starc and Lyon.

Not to mention Warner having to come out and score massively to shut people up about his Ashes failure while Smith.exe will be re-booted to handle Aussie conditions.

As a Queenslander, I hope Neser, Stanlake, Steketee and Swepson don't suffer too much.
Surely you'd have to have Feldman in there?
 

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