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179dPeter English

Queensland in sight of eighth title

With rain in forecast, Tasmania are chasing a miracle to snatch the title from Queensland who took a 39-run lead on the fourth day

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180dPeter English

Queensland's top order fails to build on starts

The major issue for Tasmania is time is running out, with only two days remaining to force an outright victory; the hosts will win the Shield if the match is drawn

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189dAlex Malcolm

Fekete bowls Tasmania into Shield final

Tasmania dethroned three-time defending champions Victoria to face Queensland in their first Sheffield Shield final in five years

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Wade scores ton for Tasmania as rain forces draw

Matthew Wade scored his second consecutive century and strung a 152-run partnership with Ben McDermott as Tasmania and New South Wales shared a point each at the SCG

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Wade's rearguard revives Tasmania

Wade brought up his 10th first-class century and struck up two crucial partnerships to propel Tasmania to 5 for 327 on the first day

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Queensland trounce Tasmania to top table

Luke Feldman claimed a nine-for in the match, including a career-best 6 for 32 in the first innings to hand Queensland a 206-run win

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Feldman's 6 for 32 puts Queensland in control

Tasmania were bundled out for 115 as Queensland finished the second day ahead by 335, with four wickets remaining in the second innings

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Tasmania eye victory after making NSW follow-on

Tasmania were in a strong position to push for victory at stumps on day three of their Sheffield Shield match with New South Wales in Hobart, despite losing the entire first day to rain

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Jackson Bird wraps up ten-wicket win against NSW

Jackson Bird completed a seven-wicket match haul to keep his name in the minds of Australia's selectors as Tasmania wrapped up a ten-wicket win against New South Wales

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Tasmania thrive with Silk ton, Wade fifty

The Tasmania opener broke his four-year drought without a first-class century as his side moved to 4 for 392 on the second day after the first had been washed out due to rain

2018 Australian Domestic One-Day Competition

TeamMWLTPNRR
WA110052.291
SOA110051.571
TAS110051.3
VIC21104-0.52
QLD10100-0.26
NSW20200-1.932

Top Run ScorersOct'17 to Sep'18

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