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Sport Smith inches towards ton as NSW dominate WA on first day

12:05  11 november  2019
12:05  11 november  2019 Source:

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Steve Smith has inched his way towards a Sheffield Shield ton as NSW dominated the first day of play against Western Australia on a low, slow SCG pitch.

Just six days after Smith showcased his full range of shots with a sublime 80 from 51 deliveries as part of Australia's Twenty20 sweep of Pakistan, the world's No.1-ranked Test batsman slipped straight back into red-ball mode.

Smith finished the first day of play with an unbeaten 59 from his 217 deliveries at a strike rate of just 27.1.

It was faultless batting from the former Australian skipper, as NSW finished the day on 2-221.

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Smith strode to the crease after lunch but immediately appeared content to take his time in the middle, scoring just 18 runs from his first 100 balls.

He marginally increased his scoring rate as the day wore on, waiting for the WA bowlers to stray onto his pads and punishing them when they did so.

Smith also went after Ashton Agar, charging down the wicket and hitting his Australian T20 teammate straight back over his head for six on two occasions.

It was far from vintage Smith but it was the first time NSW opener Daniel Solway has had the chance to bat with the Australian superstar.

"I was just pretty happy to be batting with him, to be honest. That was pretty cool," Solway, who scored 65 from 194 balls, said post match.

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"You have to take risks to score and they bowled quite well so [Smith] batted really well and picked up when there were chances to score."

When Smith is finished plundering runs, Solway expected twin tweakers Nathan Lyon and Stephen O'Keefe to make the most of a wicket which is already offering more for spin bowlers than it is quicks.

NSW have a strong pace hand to play, too, with Australian quicks Pat Cummins, Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood all set to play a part.

"I'm very excited to see all the boys bowl on this wicket," Solway said.

"We have a pretty good bowling attack for this match, which is quite exciting.

"Especially as the wicket gets a little bit older we will have a look and see how the boys go.

"I think there will be a little bit of turn out there so we'll go from there."

Earlier, NSW won the toss and elected to bat on a wicket which made for very dour viewing, offering very little sideways movement and just as little carry through to WA keeper Josh Inglis.

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Opener Daniel Hughes (53) was furious with a lazy waft of his bat which saw Marcus Stoinis claim his wicket with the final ball before lunch.

Meanwhile, South Australia's Jake Weatherald and Henry Hunt have posted big centuries and rewritten the record books to leave the Redbacks in control after the opening day of their Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania at Adelaide Oval.

Winless South Australia piled on the runs to end Monday's play at an imposing 1-359 after winning the toss.

Weatherald finished unbeaten on a career-best 195, while Hunt scored his maiden first-class ton before being dismissed in the final hour for 132.

The openers put on a mammoth 293 runs, eclipsing the long-standing first-wicket wicket record for South Australia of 281, set 52 years ago by Les Favell and John Causby.

The Redbacks lined up without senior players Travis Head and Alex Carey, both on Australia A duty in the three-day match against Pakistan in Perth.

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