Daniel Hughes and Tom Rogers speak after NSW beat Tasmania in the Marsh One Day Cup match at North Sydney Oval
Daniel Hughes after scoring a century - his fourth of the season - as NSW beat Tasmania in the Marsh One Day Cup match at North Sydney Oval
Daniel Hughes’ remarkable white ball summer and ongoing career: Daniel Hughes scored his 4th one-day century of the season for NSW. It was his sixth match and equals the NSW record held by Phil Jaques, his coach at the start of the season. Jaques scored four centuries in 2005-06. That season NSW played 10 matches. Jaques scoring: 100 (3rd), 152 not out (4th), 158 not out (5th) and 138 (8th match).
It was Hughes' 10th century, twice the number of one day centuries for NSW scored by the next on the list. It was Hughes' 38th match. Those with five centuries are Phil Jaques (66 matches), Steve Waugh (58 matches), Brad Haddin (89 matches), Nic Maddinson (56 matches) and David Warner (39 matches)
The innings of 126 took him past 2000 one-day runs to 2065 at 60.73. Moises Henriques leads that list with 2766 runs in 93 matches (85 innings).
Tasmania’s Tom Rogers after NSW beat Tasmania in the Marsh One Day Cup match at North Sydney Oval
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