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The Ryobi One-Day Cup is the premier domestic limited-overs cricket competition in Australia.
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Phillip Hughes became the first Australian player to score a century on his ODI debut.
Michael Clarke now holds the record for most Australian Test runs in a calendar year.
Meg Lanning holds the record for the fastest 50 and century by an Australian female, scoring 50 runs off 23 balls and 100 off 45.
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The Imparja Cup trophy will reside in Queensland for the next twelve months after the Maroon’s 39-run victory over New South Wales in the Imparja Cup final in Alice Springs.
Watch the live stream from the Imparja Cup Women's Final at Traeger Park.
The New South Wales men and women have marched into the State and Territory finals at the 2013 Imparja Cup following a week of supremacy.
New South Wales remain the dominant force of the Imparja Cup, with both the Men’s and Women’s teams remaining undefeated after day four of competition.
In 1994 the Northern Territory towns of Alice Springs and Tennant Creek contested a cricket match and the Imparja Cup was born.
Two days into the 2013 Imparja Cup and perennial forces from each side of the country, New South Wales and Western Australia, maintain untarnished records after four matches.
Day one of the 20th Imparja Cup has concluded in Alice Springs with Victoria, South Australia, NSW and Western Australia all remaining undefeated after the first day of play.
Most of Australia’s club cricketers are well into the off season, with sunscreen swapped for scarves and the kit bag gathering dust in the shed, but the season’s just getting started in the tropical Top End.
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