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TAS 355/10 & 132/10
QUE 148/10 & 93/10
Tasmania win by 246 runs
Tasmania vs Queensland live score
NSW 246/10 & 181/6 (64.0 ov)
SAU 273/10
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New South Wales vs South Australia live score
WAU 208/10 & 251/10
VIC 504/10
Victoria win by an innings and 45 runs
Western Australia vs Victoria live score
NSW 159/10 & 179/10
VIC 445/9
Victoria win by an innings and 107 runs
New South Wales vs Victoria live score
QUE 231/10 & 357/6
SAU 505/10
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Queensland vs South Australia live score
TAS 226/10 & 208/10
WAU 243/10 & 195/3
Western Australia win by 7 wickets
Tasmania vs Western Australia live score
SAU 244/10 & 230/10
VIC 351/10 & 22/2
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South Australia vs Victoria live score
QUE 448/9 & 135/2
WAU 540/10
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Queensland vs Western Australia live score
NSW 442/9 & 22/1
TAS 115/4 & 264/7
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New South Wales vs Tasmania live score
NSW 279/10 & 360/3
QUE 260/10 & 216/10
New South Wales win by 163 runs
New South Wales vs Queensland live score
SAU 251/10 & 268/10
WAU 207/10 & 313/5
Western Australia win by 5 wickets
South Australia vs Western Australia live score
TAS 81/10 & 476/10
VIC 282/10 & 276/4
Victoria win by 6 wickets
Tasmania vs Victoria live score
TAS 185/10 & 353/8
SAU 136/10 & 213/10
Tasmania win by 189 runs
Tasmania vs South Australia live score
VIC 167/10 & 191/10
QUE 271/10 & 90/2
Queensland win by 8 wickets
Victoria vs Queensland live score
NSW 261/10 & 253/10
WAU 198/10 & 212/10
New South Wales win by 104 runs
New South Wales vs Western Australia live score
VIC 424/9 & 208/5
WAU 296/10 & 214/6
Match Drawn
Victoria vs Western Australia live score
SAU 380/10 & 239/6
NSW 541/8
Match Drawn
South Australia vs New South Wales live score
TAS 167/10 & 353/10
QUE 107/10 & 414/6
Queensland win by 4 wickets
Tasmania vs Queensland live score
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JLT Sheffield Shield 2018-19

16 Oct 2018 - 1 Apr 2019

Sheffield Shield is a first-class cricket competition which takes place domestically in Australia. The competition was first held in the year 1892-93 and comprised of only three teams New South Wales, South Australia and Victoria.


Six states of Australia participate in the present Sheffield Shield seasons. New South Wales named as NSW Blues, Queensland as Queensland Bulls, South Australia as West End Redbacks,Tasmania as Tigers, Victoria as Victorian Bushrangers and Western Australia as Western Warriors.


Sheffield Shield has been hailed by some of the best players in cricketing history like batsman Matthew Elliott who has won the Player of the Year award on three occasions which is the most by any player. Ian Chappell, Greg Chappell, Matthew Hayden and Ricky Ponting are also some of the legends to participate in this tournament.


The 2018-19 Season


The 2018-19 Sheffield Shield will start from 16 October 2018 and end on 1 April 2019. This will be the first season to host only day time fixtures and no day/night fixtures will be played throughout its course.


Tournament format


The tournament is based on double round-robin and final. Each team faces each other twice, with one home and one away game. After the 10 home and away rounds are over, the team which has the maximum points plays at home against the second ranked team in the finals. The title is usually given to the top ranked team even if they tie the match based on the points.


Past Winner


The 2017-18 edition of the Sheffield Shield finals was played between Queensland Bulls who were top on the table and Tigers who beat Victoria to advance in the finals.


Queensland defeated Tasmania in the finals by the margin of 9 wickets and claimed their eighth title.


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