New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score, NSW vs WAU live score cricket, NSW vs WAU scorecard, New South Wales vs Western Australia live score
The 49th season of the of Australia’s List A domestic cricket tournament, known as the 2018-19 JLT One-Day Cup due to sponsorship reasons (as it is sponsored by Jardine Lloyd Thompson), kicked off on September 16 and is set to take place till October 10, 2018. The competition will be contested between six teams – New South Wales, Western Australia, South Australia, Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland. In this article, we will look at the match preview for the 2nd match of the Australia One-Day Domestic tournament (ODD), which will take place between New South Wales and Western Australia on September 18. The New South Wales vs Western Australia ODD (NSW vs WAU ODD) at the W.A.C.A Ground in Perth, and will commence at 11:30 AM (IST). In the preview, we will look at the information on how to access the New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score (NSW vs WAU live score cricket) and the NSW vs WAU scorecard.
We will also look at the NSW vs WAU squads, and other information regarding the 2018-19 JLT One-Day Cup. Let’s get started!
New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score, NSW vs WAU live score cricket, NSW vs WAU live scorecard
You can access the New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score (NSW vs WAU live score cricket) and the NSW vs WAU scorecard on various platforms, but the best and quickest way to access all the live scores of the Australia ODD tournament, including the New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score (NSW vs WAU live score cricket) and the NSW vs WAU scorecard, will be to download Rooter.
It will be important to follow the New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score (NSW vs WAU live score cricket) and NSW vs WAU scorecard, as Western Australia is the most successful team of the Australia ODD tournament, having won the title of the competition in 13 different editions. The first ever edition of the Australian List A domestic One Day Domestic tournament was held in 1969.
While you can get the New South Wales vs Western Australia live cricket score and NSW vs WAU scorecard on Rooter, the live score for the NSW vs WAU ODD cricket clash will also be available on the live score widget provided above.
NSW vs WAU Squads, Australia One-Day Domestic tournament 2018
The NSW vs WAU squads will comprise of some of the heavily seasoned veterans of the Australian cricketing circles, who have played and impressed at the International level as well, for years. Apart from them, the NSW vs WAU squads will also have a good mix of young and emerging cricketing talents, both domestic and international.
These names in the NSW vs WAU squads comprise of players such as Ashton Agar, Marcus Stoinis, D’Arcy Short, Andrew Tye and Nathan Coulter-Nile. Let us have a look at the complete squads.
NSW vs WAU Squads (New South Wales): Peter Nevill (c), Sean Abbott, Harry Conway, Trent Copeland, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Ryan Gibson, Moises Henriques, Daniel Hughes, Nick Larkin, Steve O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha
NSW vs WAU Squads (Western Australia): Ashton Turner(c), Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Cameron Green, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Joel Paris, Josh Philippe, Jhye Richardson, D Arcy Short, Marcus Stoinis, Andrew Tye, Jonathan Wells
Brief history of the Australian One-Day Domestic tournament
While Australia’s One-Day domestic tournament is now a great success in their cricketing circles, after having been introduced in 1969 for the first time, it was England which had brought the concept of the domestic one-day competition in 1963, with the Gillette Cup.
It was after the success of the Gillette Cup and it’s wide acclamation, that Australia brought in the concept as well, and hence, the Australia ODD was established in 1969–70. Ever since that first edition, the competition which is usually contested between six teams representing the six different states of Australia, is being contested every summer, under a variety of names and formats. But speaking about the basic nature of the tournament, it is Australia’s List A cricket competition.
Australia’s List A competition was the first one to feature numbers on the players’ shirts, and the first time it had happened was in 1995–96 season. In September 2017, former Australian Test cricketer and legend Jason Gillespie had suggested that Papua New Guinea be added to the competition.
While the main six teams taking part in the tournament are from the six states of the Australian region, there have been times that three other teams have also participated in the tournament for short periods of time. The New Zealand’s national cricket team had competed in several early editions of the tournament. A team representing Australian Capital Territory had participated for a brief period in the late 1990s, and starting in the 2015-16 season, Cricket Australia XI had also took part as the seventh team.
However, regardless of the extra competition that Australia’A List A competition has seen from time to time, New South Wales have maintained their supremacy in the tournament, speaking generally. Make sure you have access to the live score and NSW vs WAU live streaming when the clash takes place.
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