Adelaide – Moises Henriques made a flying start in the Marsh Sheffield Shield. The New South Wales allrounder scored an assured first innings century in their opening match vs. Western Australia. Batting over the first two days, Moises 167 runs (20 fours, 1 six) came off 276 balls.
Moises helped the Blues to a healthy 443-6 declared. Along the way, he added 244 for the fourth wicket with Daniel Solway (86). In reply, Western Australia made 534. The match ended in a draw with New South Wales on 107-2 in their second innings.
In bagging his eleventh first-class century, Moises will be looking for more success in the 2020-21 Sheffield Shield after the Blues were awarded the title after the cancellation of the 2019-20 final.
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