WATCH: Jason Sangha replicates Cameron Green’s airborne one-handed catch during the Sheffield Shield game

Jason Sanghas one handed catch mirrors the brilliance of Cameron Green

New South WalesJason Sangha created a standout moment during the Sheffield Shield 2023-24 game, executing a phenomenal diving slip catch against Tasmania on the Day 3, that also proved to be the final day, of their clash on Thursday, November 30, in Sydney. This exceptional feat followed another remarkable Shield catch by Western Australia‘s all-rounder Cameron Green against Usman Khawaja-led Queensland on the previous day.

Jason Sangha’s spectacular mid-air catch

Sangha’s incredible catch occurred in the 49th over of Tasmania’s first innings when a short delivery from Chris Tremain surprised Jake Doran. The ball edged between the third slip and gully, prompting Sangha, positioned at second slip, to dive full-length to his left, completing a mid-air catch that concluded Doran’s vigil at 43 off 117 balls.

Here’s the video: 

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New South Wales victory over Tasmania

The match’s overall narrative saw New South Wales securing a 74-run victory against Tasmania. Batting first, half-centuries from Oliver Davies and skipper Moises Henriques propelled New South Wales to a total of 224 in 63.5 overs. In response, Tasmania were dismissed for 200. However, New South Wales faced a setback in their second innings, getting bundled out for 118. Despite this, they successfully defended a target of 143, bowling out Tasmania for 68. Tremain claimed six wickets and Jackson Bird bagged four.

Looking ahead, New South Wales is set to face Western Australia in their next match starting on February 3, while Tasmania will take on Queensland on the same day.

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