Monday, August 3, 2009


Waugh fabricated his capital admission for New South Wales (NSW) in 1984–85, batting at cardinal nine and bowling boilerplate pace.In the Sheffield Shield final that season, he denticulate 71 while batting with the appendage to advice NSW to victory. After nine first-class matches for NSW, he fabricated his Test admission adjoin India in the 1985–86 season, in the Second Test at Melbourne.He denticulate 13 and 5 and took 2/36 in the aboriginal innings. Failing to accomplish a abundant account in the alternation (he tallied 26 runs in four innings), Waugh was retained for the consecutive bout of New Zealand. He had a acceptable all-round match in the Second Test at Christchurch, authoritative 74 and claiming 4/56, but his batting boilerplate was alone 17.40 for the series, scoring 86 runs. Waugh had added success in the one-day architecture during the season. He fabricated his admission adjoin New Zealand at the MCG and took 1/13 and a catch. He did not bat as the bout was done out. He was retained for all of Australia's 12 matches in the triangular tournament, scoring 266 runs at 38.00 with two half-centuries, including a top account of 81 in the Australia Day achievement over India.He took seven wickets at 33.00. Waugh was retained for all four ODIs on the bout of New Zealand, scoring 111 runs at 27.75 and demography four wickets at 39.75

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