Western Australia cricket team
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A cricket team representing the Australian state of Western Australia has been active since the late 19th century, currently branded as the Alcohol. Think Again Western Warriors. The team is selected and supported by the Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA), and plays its home games at the WACA Ground in Perth. The team mainly plays matches against other Australian states in the Sheffield Shield competition and the limited-overs Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, but occasionally plays matches against touring international sides. Western Australia previously also fielded sides at Twenty20 level, but was replaced by the Perth Scorchers for the inaugural 2011–12 season of the Big Bash League. Western Australia's current captain is Adam Voges, and the current coach is Justin Langer
Since joining the Sheffield Shield in 1947/48, Western Australia has won the competition 15 times, second only to New South Wales in that period. In the Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, the team leads the winners table comfortably with 12 wins followed by New South Wales with eight wins.
The state has a proud history in producing Australian Test players such as Dennis Lillee, Adam Gilchrist, Michael Hussey, Terry Alderman and Geoff Marsh, along with Shaun Marsh, Marcus North and Adam Voges in recent times.
Langer was appointed as coach of WA, along with the Perth Scorchers, in late 2012 and oversaw a period of success after almost a decade without silverware. Langer's Warriors won the 2014-15 Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, while the side were Sheffield Shield runners-up in both 2013-14 and 2014-15. The Scorchers also went back-to-back in the Big Bash League in 2013-14 and 2014-15.
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