Tigers take the upper hand as wickets tumble at the ‘G | Sheffield Shield 2022-23

Tigers take the upper hand as wickets tumble at the 'g | sheffield shield 2022-23

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Fourteen wickets fell on the summer’s opening day of red-ball cricket at the MCG with Victoria skittled for 121 before Tasmania closed to within 19 runs by stumps.

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