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Caleb Jewell scored the second first-class century of his career


Caleb Jewell scored the second first-class century of his career. Tasmania made a comeback in their Sheffield Shield duel against Western Australia in Hobart.

The Stumps on day two at Bellerive Oval :-

He was dismissed for 102 in the shadow of stumping on the second day at the Bellerive Oval. As Tasmania reached 2 for 210 in reply to 9 for 405.

Caleb Jewell started with 197 runs. With trickster Tim Ward falling to an in-form fringe Test Jhye Richardson late in the day.

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In another lion-hearted performance, Richardson caught Caleb Jewell on point in the final half-hour of play. Which backed up his eight-wicket haul for the match in WA’s convincing win over Queensland.

Caleb told Reporters :-

Caleb, who was dropping several times, told reporters. “We just stuck there and showing a little fight which was good.” “I had a few breaks, which is good. Sometimes you are very unlucky in cricket. So, I wanted to make the most of it.”

Test all-rounder Cameron Green was the least expensive WA bowler, conceding eight runs in his eight overs. WA is likely to be under one player for the remaining two days. With fast-paced Lance Morris suffering a side strain.

Earlier, WA captain Sam Whiteman remained unbeaten on 176, his highest first-class score and eighth career century. Whitman, who retained the reins in the absence of injured experienced Shaun Marsh, resumed on 151. And scored his previous best of 174 in 309 balls, which included 20 fours and a six.

Caleb Jewell scored the second first-class century of his career

Sam Whiteman said :-

“I haven’t started the season the way I would have liked. It was fun going to get a big score… the team really needed it,” Whiteman said.

Richardson could not add to his overnight score of 43 before Sam Whiteman was tackling about 45 minutes before lunch.

As Tasmanian pacers, Lawrence Neal-Smith and Gabe Bell both finished with three scallops, while skillful Peter Siddle picked up two tailenders.

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Sam Whiteman, who played for Australia A seven years ago, posted. His eighth first-class century on Sunday, helping WA to overcome the problem at 4 for 47.

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