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Marsh One-Day Cup 2022-23 Australian Domestic will begin on September 23; below is the entire schedule, fixture list, and match timings for Australia’s domestic one-day competition.
Marsh One-Day Cup 2022-23 Australian Domestic The 54th edition of the event will include the traditional six teams: Victoria, New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia, Queensland, and Tasmania from Australia. They will begin play in a round-robin league style with 21 matches on September 23.
Marsh One-Day Cup 2022-23 Australian Domestic will take a pause after November 27 to allow for other domestic and international cricket, returning on February 14, 2023. The league will be followed by a championship game on March 8, 2023.
Marsh One-Day Cup 2022-23 Australian Domestic
|Mon, 03 Oct||5:30 AM||Western Australia||vs||New South Wales||Perth|
|Thu, 06 Oct||3:00 AM||Queensland||vs||Tasmania||Brisbane|
|3:00 AM||South Australia||vs||Victoria||Adelaide|
|Sun, 16 Oct||3:00 AM||South Australia||vs||Tasmania||Adelaide|
|Mon, 17 Oct||2:30 AM||Victoria||vs||Western Australia||Melbourne|
|Tue, 18 Oct||2:30 AM||New South Wales||vs||Queensland||Sydney|
|Sat, 29 Oct||2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||Victoria||Hobart|
|Mon, 31 Oct||2:30 AM||New South Wales||vs||South Australia||Wollongong|
|5:30 AM||Western Australia||vs||Queensland||Perth|
|Thu, 10 Nov||3:00 AM||Queensland||vs||Victoria||Brisbane|
|Fri, 11 Nov||5:30 AM||Western Australia||vs||South Australia||Perth|
|Sat, 12 Nov||2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||New South Wales||Hobart|
|Sun, 20 Nov||3:00 AM||South Australia||vs||Queensland||Adelaide|
|Tue, 22 Nov||2:30 AM||New South Wales||vs||Western Australia||Sydney|
|Thu, 24 Nov||2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||Victoria||Melbourne|
|Thu, 01 Dec||2:30 AM||Victoria||vs||New South Wales||Melbourne|
|2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||South Australia||Hobart|
|3:00 AM||Queensland||vs||Western Australia||Brisbane|
|Thu, 09 Feb||2:30 AM||Victoria||vs||Queensland||Melbourne|
|Fri, 10 Feb||3:00 AM||South Australia||vs||Western Australia||Adelaide|
|Sat, 11 Feb||2:30 AM||New South Wales||vs||Tasmania||Sydney|
|Mon, 20 Feb||2:30 AM||Victoria||vs||South Australia||Melbourne|
|Tue, 21 Feb||2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||Western Australia||Hobart|
|3:00 AM||Queensland||vs||New South Wales||Brisbane|
|Thu, 02 Mar||2:30 AM||New South Wales||vs||Victoria||Sydney|
|3:00 AM||Queensland||vs||South Australia||Brisbane|
|5:30 AM||Western Australia||vs||Tasmania||Perth|
|Tue, 14 Mar||2:30 AM||Tasmania||vs||Queensland||Hobart|
|3:00 AM||South Australia||vs||New South Wales||Adelaide|
|5:30 AM||Western Australia||vs||Victoria||Perth|
|Thu, 23 Mar||2:30 AM||TBA||vs||TBA||Final|
Western Australia has won the competition 15 times, with New South Wales (12), Queensland (10), Victoria (6), Tasmania (4), and South Australia (4) following closely behind (3). New Zealand, who were invited to compete from 1969/70 to 1974/75, also won it three times. The Australian Capital Territory never won it in three visits between 1997/98 and 1999/00, and the Cricket Australia XI (2015/16 to 2017/18) has also never won it.