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SANGHA CONFIDENT HE HAS WHAT IT TAKES TO DEBUT FOR NSW

Rising batsman Jason Sangha believes he’s ready to make his debut for New South Wales.

The 19-year-old Newcastle prodigy is one of three debutants named in the squad for the start of the One-Day Cup.

“The main thing i’ve been working on this year is the difference between the 19’s age group and playing with the big boys. I’ve had a really good preparation this year. First year out of school, being at the training sessions with the guys.”

Last season Sangha became the second youngest player, behind Indian great Sachin Tendulkar, to score a First Class century while playing against England’s Ashes side.

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Samuel is a news and sports reporter for the Central Coast and Newcastle. He began working for NBN News in 2014.

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