Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Briefs

Newspaper article The Morning Bulletin (Rockhampton, Australia)

Briefs

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Tense finish

CRICKET: Western Australia coach Tom Moody set the scene for a tense finish to his side's Sheffield Shield clash with NSW at the SCG by objecting to Grant Lambert the home team's replacement for Burt Cockley who was called to India.

With one day left, the Blues will resume at 2-151 today chasing Western Australia's first innings of 8-499 declared.

Tiger tunes in

GOLF: Melbourne-bound Tiger Woods began his two-week Pacific tour with a most respectable five-under-par 67 opening round at the $US7 million HSBC Champions tournament in Shanghai yesterday.

Rod Pampling headed the Australians on 69.

Aussie bat

CRICKET: Australian captain Ricky Ponting won the toss and chose to bat first against India in the fifth limited overs match at Hyderabad last night.

Blaze fires

BASKETBALL: Gold Coast Blaze charged away from New Zealand Breakers to win 110-96 at the North Shore Events Centre last night.

Glory hunt

FOOTBALL: Perth Glory coach Dave Mitchell is hopeful Football Federation Australia will grant the A-League club concessions should marquee man Mile Sterjovski leave on a loan deal in January. …

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