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Australia A Tour to the UK

Australia A make it three from three

Australia A captured the seven remaining wickets they needed to beat Gloucestershire by 24 runs and finish the tour undefeated.

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Wickets tumble on moving day in Bristol

No less than 18 wickets fell on an eventful day in Bristol, with the match evenly poised with one day remaining.

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Bird confident second time in England

Australia have invested 12 months of planning into the coming Ashes series and fast bowler Jackson Bird believes he can be a beneficiary.

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Maddinson, Sayers put Aus A in control

Nic Maddinson's destructive form continued in Bristol, belting 181 to put Australia A in command on day one.

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21 June 2013 12
Smith spurred on by leadership faith

Steve Smith has been anointed a future leader in Australian cricket and the in-form batsman believes the extra responsibility will help him win back his spot in the Test team.

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20 June 2013 21
Ahmed one step closer

A Bill amending the Citizenship Act has now passed through both Houses of the Commonwealth Parliament, meaning Fawad Ahmed is one step closer to becoming an Australian citizen.

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19 June 2013 26
Hughes needs runs in Ashes lead-up

Australian batsman Phil Hughes has said that he’s looking forward to putting the disappointment of the ICC Champions Trophy behind him and producing strong performances against the red ball in the lead-up to the first Ashes Test.

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18 June 2013 8
Hughes, Wade to join Aus A

Phil Hughes and Matthew Wade will join the Australia A squad in Bristol today ahead of their final tour match against Gloucestershire beginning on Friday.

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18 June 2013 6
Australia A complete 93-run win.

Australia A claimed the seven second innings wickets they needed on day four to beat Ireland by 93 runs.

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17 June 2013
Momentum with visitors after Maddinson mauling

Nic Maddinson’s brutal 57-ball hundred helped Australia A set Ireland 301 to win before Moises Henriques left Ireland with plenty of work to do.

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