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Shaun Marsh century pushes Test case
Shaun Marsh created history once again with a great century while Chris Rogers looked on in the day one of Australia’s opening tour game in England. Australia made 348 runs for 3 wickets on the first day of Canterbury where Marsh scored 114 while rival Rogers made 84 Rogers was pretty depressed as he could not make his 73rd century work. Steve Smith played till the last at 71 runs while Shane Watson made two boundaries to make 8 runs for ten balls. He was stumped out. Captain Michael Clarke made 50 runs by hitting 8 boundaries and he was strangled on 56 Rogers also played well and batting well. Roger played well in partnership with Marsh after which he was trapped lbw by Matt Hunn. Roger in partnership with Marsh adopted the role of aggressor in partnership and was at 53 at the time of meal break while Marsh was at 45.The partners would be competing for the right to open alongside David Warner in Cardiff and the Ashes would begin on the 8th July. Rogers did not play very well during the two recent test series in West Indies but Marsh played well and vouched for him. Warner was not playing in this tournament. These two games are very important for the whole squad. Rogers played well in thus match and took nothing for granted. “It’s going to be tough and I’m going to have learn my place back,” the 37-year-old said.
Australia has some of the best bowlers Mitchell Starc, Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon with batsmen and Adam Voges as well as wicket keeper Peter Nevill in the first match of the tour.
The players of the teams are as follows
Australian XI: Chris Rogers, Shaun Marsh, Steve Smith, Michael Clarke (c), Shane Watson, Mitchell Marsh, Brad Haddin (wk), Mitchell Johnson, Ryan Harris, Peter Siddle, Fawad Ahmed.
Kent: Sam Northeast (c), Daniel Bell-Drummond, Joe Denly, Rob Key, Ben Harmison, Adam Ball, Sam Billings (wk), Mitch Claydon, Matt Hunn, Adam Riley, Ivan Thomas.
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