NSW all out for 32 as Jackson Bird wreaks havoc in Hobart | Cricket News

MELBOURNE: Jackson Chook claimed a career-best 7-18 as Tasmania bundled out defending champions New South Wales for 32, their lowest complete in first-class cricket, on day two of their Sheffield Defend match in Hobart on Sunday.
It was a memorable outing for Chook who smashed a run-a-ball 54, his highest rating, at quantity 9 to assist the hosts publish 333 of their first innings at Bellerive Oval.
It was with the ball, nonetheless, that the quick bowler harmed NSW essentially the most.
The 34-yer-old, who has performed 9 Exams for Australia, claimed three wickets in his first eight deliveries even earlier than NSW might put a run on the board.
The touring aspect lasted solely 19.3 overs with skipper Peter Nevill, who made 10, managing double figures.
All-rounder Sean Abbott, who had cut up the webbing on his proper hand on Saturday, didn’t bat.
It was Sheffield Defend’s fourth lowest complete and eclipsed NSW’s earlier lowest rating of 53 additionally got here towards Tasmania at Hobart in 2007.
Tasmania didn’t implement the follow-on regardless of their first-innings lead of 301 runs.

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