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Australian Domestic Season 2022-23

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Thought it was about time with the first 50 over game just a week off



FIXTURES

Sheffield Shield:

MON, 03 OCT
Round 1, Perth, October 03 - 06, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Western Australia v New South Wales



THU, 06 OCT
Round 1, Brisbane, October 06 - 09, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Queensland v Tasmania


THU, 06 OCT
Round 1, Adelaide, October 06 - 09, 2022, Sheffield Shield

South Australia v Victoria


SUN, 16 OCT
Round 2, Adelaide, October 16 - 19, 2022, Sheffield Shield

South Australia v Tasmania


MON, 17 OCT
Round 2, Melbourne, October 17 - 20, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Victoria v Western Australia


TUES, 18 OCT
Round 2, Sydney, October 18 - 21, 2022, Sheffield Shield

New South Wales v Queensland


SAT, 29 OCT
Round 3, Hobart, October 29 - November 01, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Tasmania v Victoria


MON, 31 OCT
Round 3, Wollongong, October 31 - November 03, 2022, Sheffield Shield

New South Wales v South Australia


MON, 31 OCT
Round 3, Perth, October 31 - November 03, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Western Australia v Queensland


THU, 10 NOV
Round 4, Brisbane, November 10 - 13, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Queensland v Victoria


FRI, 11 NOV
Round 4, Perth, November 11 - 14, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Western Australia v South Australia



SAT, 12 NOV
Round 4, Hobart, November 12 - 15, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Tasmania v New South Wales


SUN, 20 NOV
Round 5, Adelaide, November 20 - 23, 2022, Sheffield Shield

South Australia v Queensland


TUES, 22 NOV
Round 5, Sydney, November 22 - 25, 2022, Sheffield Shield

New South Wales v Western Australia


THU, 24 NOV
Round 5, Melbourne, November 24 - 27, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Victoria v Tasmania


THU, 01 DEC
Round 6, Melbourne, December 01 - 04, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Victoria v New South Wales


THU, 01 DEC
Round 6, Hobart, December 01 - 04, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Tasmania v South Australia


THU, 01 DEC
Round 6, Brisbane, December 01 - 04, 2022, Sheffield Shield

Queensland v Western Australia


THU, 09 FEB
Round 7, Melbourne, February 09 - 12, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Victoria v Queensland


FRI, 10 FEB
Round 7, Adelaide, February 10 - 13, 2023, Sheffield Shield

South Australia v Western Australia


SAT, 11 FEB
Round 7, Sydney, February 11 - 14, 2023, Sheffield Shield

New South Wales v Tasmania


MON, 20 FEB
Round 8, Melbourne, February 20 - 23, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Victoria v South Australia


TUES, 21 FEB
Round 8, Hobart, February 21 - 24, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Tasmania v Western Australia


TUES, 21 FEB
Round 8, Brisbane, February 21 - 24, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Queensland v New South Wales


THU, 02 MAR
Round 9, Sydney, March 02 - 05, 2023, Sheffield Shield

New South Wales v Victoria


THU, 02 MAR
Round 9, Brisbane, March 02 - 05, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Queensland v South Australia


THU, 02 MAR
Round 9, Perth, March 02 - 05, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Western Australia v Tasmania



TUES, 14 MAR
Round 10, Hobart, March 14 - 17, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Tasmania v Queensland


TUES, 14 MAR
Round 10, Adelaide, March 14 - 17, 2023, Sheffield Shield

South Australia v New South Wales


TUES, 14 MAR
Round 10, Perth, March 14 - 17, 2023, Sheffield Shield

Western Australia v Victoria


THU, 23 MAR
Final, March 23 - 27, 2023, Sheffield Shield

TBA
TBA



Marsh Cup:


FRI, 23 SEP
1st Match, Melbourne, September 23, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Victoria v New South Wales


SUN, 25 SEP
2nd Match, Melbourne, September 25, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Victoria v Western Australia


MON, 26 SEP
3rd Match (D/N), Brisbane, September 26, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Queensland v South Australia


WED, 28 SEP
4th Match (D/N), Brisbane, September 28, 2022, The Marsh Cup

South Australia v Tasmania


FRI, 30 SEP, 1:35 PM
5th Match (D/N), Brisbane, September 30, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Queensland v Tasmania


SAT, 01 OCT
6th Match, Perth, October 01, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Western Australia v New South Wales


FRI, 21 OCT
7th Match, Adelaide, October 21, 2022, The Marsh Cup

South Australia v Tasmania


SAT, 22 OCT
8th Match, Melbourne, October 22, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Victoria v Western Australia


WED, 26 OCT
9th Match, Launceston, October 26, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Tasmania v Victoria


SAT, 05 NOV
10th Match, Sydney, November 05, 2022, The Marsh Cup

New South Wales v South Australia


SAT, 05 NOV
11th Match, Perth, November 05, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Western Australia v Queensland


TUES, 15 NOV
12th Match, Brisbane, November 15, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Queensland v Victoria


WED, 16 NOV
13th Match, Perth, November 16, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Western Australia v South Australia


THU, 17 NOV
14th Match, Hobart, November 17, 2022, The Marsh Cup

Tasmania v New South Wales


SUN, 27 NOV
15th Match (D/N), Sydney, November 27, 2022, The Marsh Cup

New South Wales v Queensland


TUES, 14 FEB
16th Match (D/N), Melbourne, February 14, 2023, The Marsh Cup

Victoria v Queensland


WED, 15 FEB
17th Match (D/N), Adelaide, February 15, 2023, The Marsh Cup

South Australia v Western Australia


THU, 16 FEB
18th Match, Sydney, February 16, 2023, The Marsh Cup

New South Wales v Tasmania


SUN, 26 FEB
19th Match, Hobart, February 26, 2023, The Marsh Cup

Tasmania v Western Australia


SUN, 26 FEB
20th Match, February 26, 2023, The Marsh Cup

South Australia v Victoria


SUN, 26 FEB
21st Match (D/N), Brisbane, February 26, 2023, The Marsh Cup

Queensland v New South Wales


WED, 08 MAR
Final, March 08, 2023, The Marsh Cup

TBA
TBA




TEAMS

New South Wales:

Squad: Sean Abbott, Trent Copeland, Pat Cummins, Oliver Davies, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Matthew Gilkes, Ryan Hackney, Ryan Hadley, Liam Hatcher, Josh Hazlewood, Lachlan Hearne, Moises Henriques, Baxter Holt, Daniel Hughes, Hayden Kerr, Nathan Lyon, Kurtis Patterson (c), Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Chris Tremain, David Warner, Adam Zampa.

Rookies: Liam Doddrell, Blake Nikitaras, Jack Nisbet, Lachlan Shaw, Will Salzmann, Hunar Verma.

Queensland:

Squad: Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Max Bryant, Joe Burns, Jack Clayton, Blake Edwards, Liam Guthrie, Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja, Matthew Kuhnemann, Marnus Labuschagne, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Matthew Renshaw, Kane Richardson, Gurinder Sandhu, Mark Steketee, Bryce Street, Connor Sully, Mitchell Swepson, Sam Truloff, Jack Wildermuth.

Rookies: William Prestwidge, Jackson Sinfield, Hugo Burdon, Matthew Willans.

South Australia:

Squad: Wes Agar, Jordan Buckingham, Alex Carey, Jake Carder, Harry Conway, Brendan Doggett, Daniel Drew, David Grant, Travis Head, Henry Hunt, Spencer Johnson, Thomas Kelly, Jake Lehmann, Nathan McAndrew, Nathan McSweeney, Ben Manenti, Harry Nielsen, Lloyd Pope, Liam Scott, Henry Thornton, Jake Weatherald, Nick Winter.

Rookies: Kyle Brazell, Aiden Cahill, Bailey Capel, Isaac Higgins, Ryan King, Harry Mathias.

Tasmania:

Squad: Tom Andrews, Gabe Bell, Jackson Bird, Iain Carlisle, Jake Doran, Nathan Ellis, Brad Hope, Caleb Jewell, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Lawrence Neil-Smith, Sam Rainbird, Peter Siddle, Jordan Silk, Billy Stanlake, Matthew Wade, Charlie Wakim, Tim Ward, Beau Webster, Mac Wright.

Rookies: Nick Davis, Jarrod Freeman, Mitch Owen, Nivethan Radhakrishnan.

Victoria:

Squad: Scott Boland, Travis Dean, Zak Evans, Aaron Finch, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Peter Handscomb, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Nic Maddinson, Cameron McClure, Glenn Maxwell, Jono Merlo, Todd Murphy, Tom O'Connell, Wil Parker, James Pattinson, Mitchell Perry, Will Pucovski, Matt Short, Will Sutherland.

Rookies: Ashley Chandrasinghe, Brody Couch, Sam Elliott, Campbell Kellaway, Fergus O'Neill.

Western Australia:

Squad: Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Hilton Cartwright, Sam Fanning, Cameron Gannon, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Josh Inglis, Bryce Jackson, Matthew Kelly, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, David Moody, Lance Morris, Joel Paris, Josh Philippe, Jhye Richardson, Corey Rocchiccioli, D’Arcy Short, Charlie Stobo, Marcus Stoinis, Ashton Turner, Sam Whiteman, Teague Wyllie.

Rookies: Cooper Connolly, Jayden Goodwin, Sam Greer, Hamish Mckenzie.
 

Burgey

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Can’t believe Verma has a rookie deal for NSW. Kid must have improved out of sight. Always bowled wheels but sprayed them everywhere
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
So Tanveer Sangha has managed to somehow get back stress fractures. Not ideal


NSW squad for the first 50 over game next friday has been released: Dwarshuis, JEdwards, MEdwards, Gilkes, Hatcher, Hearne, Henriques, Holt, Hughes, Lyon, Patterson, JSangha, Tremain

For once a NSW squad that doesn't contain 426,387,021 seperate bowling options
 

Nintendo

International Regular
Tanveer getting injured is ****ed, was excited to see how he would go in the shield stuff.
 

Spikey

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So Tanveer Sangha has managed to somehow get back stress fractures. Not ideal


NSW squad for the first 50 over game next friday has been released: Dwarshuis, JEdwards, MEdwards, Gilkes, Hatcher, Hearne, Henriques, Holt, Hughes, Lyon, Patterson, JSangha, Tremain

For once a NSW squad that doesn't contain 426,387,021 seperate bowling options
Our plans fall to bits, we'd been making T. Sangha bowl some seam-ups to give us some more bowling options
 

TheJediBrah

Cricket Web: All-Time Legend
So Tanveer Sangha has managed to somehow get back stress fractures. Not ideal


NSW squad for the first 50 over game next friday has been released: Dwarshuis, JEdwards, MEdwards, Gilkes, Hatcher, Hearne, Henriques, Holt, Hughes, Lyon, Patterson, JSangha, Tremain

For once a NSW squad that doesn't contain 426,387,021 seperate bowling options
Almost gone too far the other way. Only 5 proper bowlers in a squad of 13.
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Almost gone too far the other way. Only 5 proper bowlers in a squad of 13.
Will be interesting to see what NSW do. Playing all the bowlers would make for a long tail (Dwarshuis and Tremain not the worst but would be getting major nosebleeds at 7) but conversely getting 10 overs out of Jason Sangha/Jack Edwards/maybe Moises if he actually cbf bowling for once might be a problem
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Looks like Patt0 is finished. Disappionting, but not a huge shock considering all the injuries over the years I guess
 

Starfighter

Hall of Fame Member
I did think his decision to go County was a bit odd. Although he might not have been going flat out, he undoubtedly had a higher workload playing for Notts than if he played for Vic and Aus.

Considering he finished his County deal early, has retired from international and state cricket and has no IPL deal I think this is it, though I suppose he could bob up in one of the smaller leagues. An appropriately underwhelming end to a bitterly disappointing career. He was a very good (and frightening) bowler on his day, but his spine simply wasn't up to it.

Makes me wonder might have been if he'd persevered with the side-on action he used briefly in late 2014. I know he said he wasn't comfortable with it, but such a big change takes time and he bowled just as fast. Might have redirected the forces just enough.
 

Shady Slim

Cricketer Of The Year
Will be interesting to see what NSW do. Playing all the bowlers would make for a long tail (Dwarshuis and Tremain not the worst but would be getting major nosebleeds at 7) but conversely getting 10 overs out of Jason Sangha/Jack Edwards/maybe Moises if he actually cbf bowling for once might be a problem
look not to burgey but the fact that edwards plays is already enough of a problem so
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
look not to burgey but the fact that edwards plays is already enough of a problem so
Edwards (of the Jack variety) has genuinely performed well at times in 50 over cricket, nothing unreasonable at all about selecting him here. First Class cricket is a different story, don't rate him there, but that is beside the point


Mickey a more confusing selection for sure. I did think he was good for a while a few years back, admittedly more because of having some pace than anything else. But honestly it doesn't exactly seem like a vote of confidence in the younger NSW seamers to select him
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
Will Salzmann a late call up to the NSW team. Must say I liked what I saw of him in the most recent U19 world cup. Still pretty raw of course but can produce some real wicket taking deliveries with the ball, batting didn't really fire but the talk I have heard about him it arguably could be his stronger suit in the future

Think Dwarshuis must have gotten crocked or something as he wasn't in the original squad
 

Kraken

U19 Captain
Will Salzmann a late call up to the NSW team. Must say I liked what I saw of him in the most recent U19 world cup. Still pretty raw of course but can produce some real wicket taking deliveries with the ball, batting didn't really fire but the talk I have heard about him it arguably could be his stronger suit in the future

Think Dwarshuis must have gotten crocked or something as he wasn't in the original squad
As someone who watched him progress through the younger representative ranks, batting was definitely the strong suit. Potentially it stagnated a bit with the jump into mens/bowling a lot more, but the kid is a very special talent
 

GoodAreasShane

International Captain
As someone who watched him progress through the younger representative ranks, batting was definitely the strong suit. Potentially it stagnated a bit with the jump into mens/bowling a lot more, but the kid is a very special talent
Certainly looking forward to seeing him in action today
 

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