Henry cracks a century for NSW 2nd XI

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Sydney University top order batsman Scott Henry has ensured that he is still firmly in the minds of the NSW selectors with a century for the NSW 2nd XI against their Victorian counterparts at Melbourne’s Junction Oval.

The stylish left hander, who made his debut for NSW in last year’s BUPA Sheffield Shield and was rewarded with a full state contract this season, cracked 122 from 218 balls as NSW 2nd XI finished the first days play all out for 346.

Fellow Sydney Uni representative and NSW contracted player Sean Abbott exited for 0 after  hitting a full toss straight to deep square leg. The exciting all-rounder will have an opportunity to make amends for his cheap dismissal when he enters the attack in today’s (Tuesday) play.

Henry and Abbott will be back on deck for Sydney Uni on Saturday for day 2 of their round 3 Sydney Grade Cricket match against Sutherland, who will more than likely welcome back Australian test all-rounder Shane Watson.

The Students, who scored 303 last Saturday at the Sydney University Oval No.1, will be hoping to knock over Sutherland, who will begin the days play at 0-8.