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Good to see NSW omitting renowned myth Jason Sangha from the side.
As I recall, he was in year one and that particular year, the only NSW reps were people who did not receive NSW contracts (Ayre and the other guy) which always felt like a bit of a shot at how NSW was using young players back in 2016 or whatever. I thought he had turned into a batting all-rounder kind of deal, but PEWS would probably know moreRiley Ayre in as concussion sub. Vaugely remember him playing for the Greg Chappell Invitational XI in the state 50 over comp a while back, certainly one out of the obscure bin there from NSW
Sangha's conversion rate is pretty good. I don't have any concerns once he gets past 20. It's what makes him different to Edwards imo.Moises was off the field for a while and so had to wait a fair while to bat. Still such a NSWish batting lineup even if Moises could have batted earlier
Sangha has actually looked pretty good today tbf. Now he just needs to not do his typical thing and throw it away just when he starts to look set
That was almost what I am referring to, he gets out for about 20ish a hell of a lot. I know JSangha has became somewhat of a whipping boy around here but I do tend to think there is a FC standard bat in there somewhere, he just needs to start showing it on a more regular basis. Only time will tell if this is the start of something better or merely a false dawnSangha's conversion rate is pretty good. I don't have any concerns once he gets past 20. It's what makes him different to Edwards imo.
Certainly has been returning some decent numbers, I must admit I too thought he was done when he didn't get a game all of last year, but to Tremain's credit he has been able to reestablish himself as a consistent operator at this level. Probably a touch slower than he was in the Vic days I reckon, but one thing that stands out is how tight he's kept things, he hasn't bowled those trash spells you could occasionally get earlier in his careerTremain's form has been ridiculous since getting back in the side.