AAP Australian Sports – SYDNEY, Nov 6 AAP – Two days after Australia capitulated with the bat in Perth, teenagers Jason Sangha and Jack Edwards stood up for NSW with Sheffield Shield centuries at the SCG.

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  • SYDNEY, Nov 6 AAP – Two days after Australia capitulated with the bat in Perth, teenagers Jason Sangha and Jack Edwards stood up for NSW with Sheffield Shield centuries at the SCG.
  • NSW reached 6-386 at lunch on day two of their clash with Tasmania, thanks largely to Sangha’s unbeaten 106 and Edwards’ 101.
  • Sangha and Edwards, who captained and opened respectively for Australia in this year’s under-19 World Cup final, shared a game-changing stand of 180 runs in their first outing for NSW at the iconic venue.
  • Sangha and Edwards had started a confident counter-punch on Monday, seeing off the second new ball and rallying after NSW lost 4-44 either side of tea.
  • Sangha, who has recently picked the brain of Randwick-Petersham teammate David Warner and was mentored by Chris Rogers in winter, had already made history with his maiden first-class century in last year’s Ashes tour game.

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