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Head dedicates his double to Hughes

Emotional Redbacks skipper had his mate in mind during remarkable 202 in Matador Cup

Maxwell could be the best in the world: Finch

Victoria batsman Aaron Finch discusses the Bushrangers' Matador Cup title aspirations and the potential of state and national teammate Glenn Maxwell

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Batting bonanza to open Matador Cup

Seven centurions in three matches headlined Matador Cup day one action, as a host of candidates put their names in the mix for higher honours

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Bancroft and Marsh star for WA

Cameron Bancroft and Shaun Marsh both hit centuries for Western Australia as the Warriors hit 350 against South Australia in the Madator Cup

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Australian stars spark record Matador win

After Steve Smith and Nic Maddinson made centuries for NSW, Mitch Starc ripped through the CA XI as the Blues opened their Matador Cup account

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Highlights: Captain Smith blasts 143no

Australian captain Steve Smith had a few close calls but still managed to power his way to an undefeated 143 in NSW's first Matador Cup game (video has no audio)

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Highlights: Maddinson impresses with ton

NSW opener Nic Maddinson has notched his first Matador Cup century with an entertaining knock at Bankstown against the CA XI (video has no audio)

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Top grab early contender for catch of the summer

The Australian cricket season has only just begun, but Victorian Premier Cricket has already produced an early contender for catch of the summer

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From the Vault: Moody crashes maiden Test ton

Batsman Tom Moody scored his first Test century in style in just his second match in 1989, posting 106 off 179 balls against Sri Lanka at the Gabba

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Smith disappointed by tour postponement

Australia Test captain Steve Smith regrets that the Test tour of Bangladesh won't go ahead, but understands concern over player safety

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Australia withdraw from Bangladesh tour

CEO James Sutherland explains Cricket Australia's decision to postpone the scheduled tour of Bangladesh due to security fears

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Ryno returns as coach

Former Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris was back at the cricket today - taking notes for his first job post retirement as coach of the Under-19 CA XI team

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Sutherland addresses Bangladesh tour

Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland spoke with the media regarding the decision to delay the tour to Bangladesh amid security concerns