Jack Edwards caught a great shot and shot in a Sheffield Shield match.© Twitter
In the Sheffield Shield game between Western Australia and New South Wales at Bankstown Oval, Jack Edwards of NSW took a huge catch to return to the Josh Philippe Pavilion. The incident occurred at the 118th entrance and Edwards’ efforts surprised all team members. Philipp had to make a long walk after running 32 of 96 balls.
Edwards caught him and bowled to return Philippe to the hut. Edwards showed a miraculous “balance” and managed to hold the ball, and Philipp had no choice but to return to the pavilion.
10 to 10 to land and catch !!
– cricket.com.au (@cricketcomau) March 17, 2022
In the ongoing competition, Western Australia won the draw and chose the first batting. The outfit directed by Shaun Marsh released 356/6 before declaring its first entry. Cameron Bancroft ran 117 runs for Western Australia, and Cartwright ran 81.
For New South Wales, Jack Edwards returned with three wickets.
New South Wales follows in the footsteps of Western Australia with a 191 run after being reduced to 165/7. Jason Sangha and Chris Tremain have not been defeated in the NSW slot.
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