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Latest Match Report – NZ A vs Australia A 2nd unofficial Take a look at 2023

New Zealand A 277 (Kelly 64, Perry 4-41, Hatcher 4-77) and 299 (Bruce 105*, Solia 62, Foxcroft 53, Hatcher 4-92) beat Australia A 275 (Philippe 105, McSweeney 56, Dwarshuis 50) and 233 (Jewell 131, Kuggeleijn 3-50, O’Rourke 3-64) by 68 runs

New Zealand A made it back-to-back victories within the four-day collection regardless of a defiant century from Australia A opener Caleb Jewell on the ultimate day of the pink-ball recreation in Mackay.

Jewell made an excellent 131 earlier than he was last-man out, however the next-highest rating within the chase was 19 as the house aspect struggled to fight the New Zealand A tempo assault on difficult circumstances.

Over the course of 4 A-team first-class matches performed between the groups in April and this collection, New Zealand A have received three of them with the opposite drawn.

Having been set 302, following Tom Bruce’s unbeaten century, Australia A made a stable begin throughout an overcast first session till Cameron Bancroft was caught at second slip. They’d then reached 80 for 1 when, moments earlier than rain stopped play, Tim Ward was caught behind.
When play resumed, captain Nathan McSweeney edged to slide towards the spectacular William O’Rourke. Campbell Kellaway survived an enormous enchantment for caught behind solely to prime edge to sq. leg moments later, however Jewell continued to attain freely as he dominated the innings.

He went to a 120-ball century, his fifth in first-class cricket, and whereas he was on the crease Australia A had an excellent probability of chasing down the runs. Nonetheless, he couldn’t discover anybody to stick with him lengthy sufficient.

Josh Philippe, who made an excellent hundred within the first innings, drove to mid-off and Mitchell Perry was brilliantly caught at backward level by Adithya Askok.

Nathan McAndrew didn’t seem satisfied by his caught-behind determination and there was an excessive amount of left for the bowlers to do. An injured Ben Dwarshuis got here out at No. 11 however didn’t should face a ball with Jewell clubbing to deep sq. leg.



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