265dDaniel Brettig at Bankstown Oval

Duel cut short by bad light

New South Wales fought both Tasmania's lower order and a benign pitch for much of the day as they sought to press home what always looked likely to be a sizeable first innings advantage

Match Centre

  • Duel cut short by bad light

    New South Wales fought both Tasmania's lower order and a benign pitch for much of the day as they sought to press home what always looked likely to be a sizeable first innings advantage

  • Haddin's belief bolstered

    Brad Haddin's self-confidence will be back at the level required to perform for Australia in Test matches following his strong showing for New South Wales in their Sheffield Shield draw with Tasmania, Australia's captain Michael Clarke believes

  • Haddin's century revives Blues

    Brad Haddin's courageous century lifted New South Wales to 7 for 302 after a horrid start in the Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at Bankstown Oval

  • Henriques puts Blues in control

    A breakthrough century by Moises Henriques catapulted New South Wales to 442 before the Test batsmen Ed Cowan and Ricky Ponting were out cheaply in Tasmania's reply on day two of the Sheffield Shield match

Tasmania 4th innings Partnerships

WktRunsPlayers
1st13EJM CowanMJ Cosgrove
2nd28MJ CosgroveAJ Doolan
3rd60RT PontingMJ Cosgrove
4th23RT PontingAC Blizzard
5th111TD PaineAC Blizzard
6th1AC BlizzardJP Faulkner
7th5LR ButterworthJP Faulkner
8th21JJ KrejzaLR Butterworth