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Flinders Island will never have a side in an Australian domestic competition, but at least it will have a representative in the Tasmanian squad.
Ryan Lees has already impressed many officials at the Tigers with dominant bowling displays in the Imparja Cup.
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09 Dec 13
Australian players chat to WWOS after their emphatic 218 run win in the second Ashes test.
Australia has moved to within one win of reclaiming the Ashes urn, closing out a 218 run victory early on day five.
Monty Panesar spoons a drive to short cover and Australia move to within one win of an Ashes series victory.
08 Dec 13
Ben Stokes's war of attrition comes to an end, edging Ryan Harris to the Australian captain for 28.
06 Dec 13
Ryan Harris shows there's plenty of runs in the Aussie tail, notching his second test half-century from 53 balls.
Short square boundaries and a flat pitch have contributed to Australia breaking the record for most sixes in an Ashes innings.
Brett Lee speaks to Ryan Harris about Ashes cricket, changing states and playing five tests in a row.
Guns blazing in Adelaide: Harris
02 Dec 13
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