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WACAWorld Affairs Councils of America
WACAWalnut Canyon National Monument (US National Park Service)
WACAWorld Airlines Clubs Association (Montreal, Canada)
WACAWorld Association of Chinese Architects
WACAWellingborough African-Caribbean Association
WACAWashtenaw Association for Community Advocacy
WACAWestern Australia Cricket Association
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Any fast bowler will be excited to bowl at the WACA as it is one of the quickest wickets in the world," Sammy said.
He added: "I launched a mountain bike section at WACA after Duncan Ferguson donated PS10,000.
Allrounder James Faulkner has again been named in the squad despite breaking his hand on the eve of the WACA Test.
Where Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane have lost their grass and in some cases, elements of their soul," Peter Lalor, a journalist for The Australian wrote this week, "the WACA has always been like a visit to your grandparents' farm.
Cook has done it all as an opener, and that will be his lot again at the WACA as he tries to set the tone for England's much-needed fightback.
The WACA is his home turf and the wicket, green and bouncy, should make him even hotter to handle than he has been so far.
Johnson's nine wickets at the WACA were in stark contrast to his none for 170 - and 19-ball duck, for good measure - in the drawn first Test in Brisbane, after which he was dropped for the second in Adelaide.
But Pietersen insists, contrary to reports, there was nothing untoward or even especially notable in the back-chat at the WACA.
Australia captain Ricky Ponting has since claimed English batsmen are vulnerable on quick and bouncy pitches, both before and after his opinion was borne out by events at the WACA.
Captain Andrew Strauss is confident that England's 267-run defeat in the third Ashes Test at the WACA Ground will not cause panic in his side.
If it was going to happen for Tremlett anywhere, it was surely going to be at the WACA, where victory would give England a 2-0 lead with two Tests remaining.
TORMENTOR IN CHIEF: Australia's Mitchell Johnson celebrates dismissing England's Jonathan Trott -one of his six first innings victims -during the Third Ashes Test match at the WACA