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Charles Stobo celebrates the wicket of Kelvin Smith

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Stobo earns New South Wales deal, Rohrer cut

Fast bowlers Charlie Stobo and Henry Thornton are the new additions to the New South Wales contract list for 2017-18, while Ben Rohrer and Josh Lalor have not been offered deals and wicketkeeper-batsman Ryan Carters has retired

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Trent Copeland and Ben Rohrer's 120-run partnership sealed New South Wales' chase

New South Wales v South Australia, Sheffield Shield 2015-16, Coffs Harbour

Rohrer, Copeland seal five-wicket win for NSW

Ben Rohrer's brave century and a vital supporting hand from Trent Copeland lifted New South Wales to a stirring fightback victory over South Australia in the Sheffield Shield match at Coffs Harbour

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Ben Rohrer cuts one away behind square

New South Wales v South Australia, Sheffield Shield 2015-16, Coffs Harbour

Rohrer steers NSW chase in close game

Trent Copeland's 5 for 62 helped bowl South Australia out for 177 after New South Wales had conceded an 87-run lead in the first innings. Ben Rohrer followed that up with an unbeaten 62 to build New South Wales' chase of 265

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Ben Rohrer slammed 20 runs in the final over of the innings

WA v NSW, Sheffield Shield 2015-16, Perth

Hughes 124 drives NSW to 284 on opening day

A firm century by Daniel Hughes and a dogged contribution from Ben Rohrer drove New South Wales to 5 for 284 against Western Australia in the day-night Sheffield Shield match at the WACA Ground

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Josh Hazlewood bowls on his way to a seven-wicket haul

Queensland v NSW, Matador BBQs Cup, Brisbane

Hazlewood takes three in another NSW win

Josh Hazlewood claimed another three wickets to take his tally to 10 from the first two games of the one-day season as New South Wales toppled the reigning champions Queensland in Brisbane

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Moises Henriques whips one to the leg side

NSW v South Australia, Sheffield Shield, Sydney, 1st day

Henriques ton steers New South Wales

Moises Henriques crunched his second first-class century as New South Wales made South Australia regret their decision to send the Blues in at the SCG, where the home team was bowled out late in the day for 373