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Doug Bollinger is back in form and waiting for a chance at Test cricket again

Jesse Hogan Left-armer will play on Boxing Day only if Ryan Harris' temperamental knee worsens.

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Doug Bollinger heartened by Darren Lehmann's praise

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Andrew Wu Doug Bollinger says Darren Lehmann gave him a big confidence boost during his short stint with the Test squad during the Ashes.

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Doug Bollinger suspended for one game

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NSW paceman suspended for next one-day Cup match after accidentally striking a Queensland batsman with the ball.

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Doug Bollinger's fizz has Darren Lehmann bubbling over

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Andrew Wu National coach Darren Lehmann has filled forgotten speedster Doug Bollinger with renewed optimism for an international recall after nearly two years in the wilderness.

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Doug Bollinger's six scalps confirm his Ashes hopes are truly alive

Ben Horne It looked as though England had ended Doug Bollinger's Test career three years ago, but the fiery fast bowler sent an emphatic message to Australian selectors on Thursday at Blacktown.

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Fit Doug Bollinger keen to impress Test selectors

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 08:  Michael Clarke and Doug Bollinger of the Blues laugh during day three of the Sheffield Shield match between the Victoria Bushrangers and the New South Wales Blues at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on November 8, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Scott Barbour/Getty Images)

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Joe Barton In-form NSW quick Doug Bollinger says he will never give up on a Test recall, and credits a new approach to fitness for his devastating start to the Sheffield Shield this summer.

Ashes 2013: Doug Bollinger set to provide cover for Australian pace attack

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Daniel Lane Doug Bollinger could be poised to gain his long-desired shot at Ashes redemption with the big-hearted NSW bowler set to be placed on standby for the Perth Test to cover any possible injuries in the...

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Ashes 2013: Doug Bollinger on ice for possible Test comeback

Australian captain Ricky Ponting (L) talks to paceman Doug Bollinger (R), who is pushing for a position in the Australian team after fellow paceman Mitchell Johnson was dropped from the team during the final training session for the second Ashes cricket Test match against England in Adelaide on December 2, 2010.  Mitchell Johnson, who is Australia's leading active wicket-taker with 166 wickets in 39 Tests, was left out of the squad with a decision on a final eleven to be made December 3.    IMAGE STRICTLY RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE ? STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USE  AFP PHOTO/William WEST

Chris Barrett National priorities have prevailed in an arm wrestle for the services of Doug Bollinger with the resurgent left-armer to be rested from next week's Sheffield Shield clash against South Australia.

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Cricketer Doug Bollinger attributes top form to old-fashioned enjoyment

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Daniel Lane Paceman extols the virtues of hard work, enjoyment and laying off the grog.

Doug Bollinger's secret: hard work and laying off the grog

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Daniel Lane No point to prove, no rage fuelling an inferno in his belly, no wound unhealed, Doug Bollinger has instead attributed his resurgence as a pace ace to old-fashioned enjoyment rather than any old anger...

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Mitchell Starc steps up his comeback in bid for Test recall

Mitchell Starc is on the comeback trail.

Chloe Saltau Australia's one-day series in Zimbabwe could prove a crucial stepping stone to a Test recall for Mitchell Starc.

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New South Wales tailenders deny South Australia win in Sheffield Shield

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Stoic New South Wales tailenders have denied South Australia victory and ensured four states will scrap to reach this year's Sheffield Shield final.

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Big names return for NSW-WA Sheffield Shield showdown at Canberra's Manuka Oval

Sport: WA cricket team trains at Manuka Oval Sunday afternoon, Adam Vogues. 9th of March 2014. Canberra Times photograph by Katherine Griffiths

Chris Dutton Seven Test players, ODI star Adam Voges, a hat-trick of Canberra's cricket talent and a Sheffield Shield final up for grabs.

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Western Australia reduced to 7-63 by NSW at lunch in Sheffield Shield

David Barbeler Australian Test batsman Shaun Marsh notched up his third consecutive duck as NSW blitzed Western Australia early to reduce them to 7-63 at lunch in their crucial Sheffield Shield clash in Canberra.

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Australian Test batsman Shaun Marsh scores third straight duck

Down and out: Shaun Marsh has scored three ducks in a row since making a century in the first Test in South Africa.

Lee Gaskin Quack, quack, quack - that's the sound of Shaun Marsh's last three innings as the Test batsman's recent run of outs continued.

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Cricket: Sheffield Shield NSW v WA - Day 3

NSW bowler Nathan Lyon in action on Wednesay at Manuka Oval.

Lee Gaskin day 3 of the cricket at Manuka Oval

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Sheffield Shield: NSW in box seat as WA all out for 82

Survivor: Not-out batsman Jason Behrendorf.

Lee Gaskin The first day of the Sheffield Shield game between NSW and WA at Manuka Oval turned up a few surprises.

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Mitchell Johnson out of World Twenty20 tournament

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Australian pace spearhead ruled out of World Twenty20 tournament in Bangladesh.

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Michael Clarke out of Canberra clash

Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the Sheffield Shield final in Canberra with a shoulder injury.

David Polkinghorne Michael Clarke was ruled out of playing for NSW against Western Australia in the final, which starts on Friday at Manuka Oval, due to a fractured shoulder.

Michael Clarke praised for courage under fire

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Daniel Lane Former Australian fast bowler Mike Whitney has described Michael Clarke's effort to bat through the pain of a fractured shoulder, a smashed thumb and throbbing jaw as he scored an unconquered 161...