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Henriques cracked a crucial ton for NSW

Henriques cracked a crucial ton for NSW

New South Wales v Queensland

Moises Henriques crossed 5000 first-class runs en route to his 10th first-class hundred on the second day in Sydney. Henriques made 116 from 158 balls, hitting 11 fours and a six, and helped put on an important 133-run stand with Daniel Solway for the third wicket after the side lost two early wickets. Michael Neser bowled impressive spells but remained wicketless throughout the day. NSW took a 22-run lead, and have five wickets in hand.

Brief scores: Queensland 240 trail New South Wales 262/5 (Moises Henriques 116; Jack Wildermuth 1-29) by 22 runs

Tasmania v South Australia

Jake Weatherald's 126 at the top of the order helped South Australia take a 92-run lead on first innings in Hobart. The side had lost three wickets for eight runs to kick off the morning when Alex Carey joined Weatherald, and the duo put on 128 runs. Nick Winter (42 off 63) and Joe Mennie (49 off 39) added crucial and quick runs down the order to take the score to 346, with Jackson Bird finishing on four wickets. Tasmania lost Alex Doolan early to Nick Winter in their second essay.

Brief scores: Tasmania254 & 6/1 (Jordan Silk 2*; Nick Winter 1-1) trail South Australia 346 (Jake Weatherald 126; JAckson Bird 4-70) by 86 runs runs.

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