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THUNDER FALL SHORT IN BIG BASH LEAGUE

It was a party atmosphere at Adelaide Oval in the Big Bash on Monday night, but Sydney Thunder weren’t the ones celebrating.

Chasing 175, the Thunder got off to a good start, before Shane Watson fell victim to some spectacular fielding.

Newcastle teenager Jason Sangha couldn’t add much – out for two – on what was an emotional night for spinner Rashid Khan.

The Thunder eventually fell 20 runs short.

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Kate Haberfield is a senior news and sport reporter/presenter with NBN News. After studying Broadcast Journalism at Charles Sturt University, Kate worked in television and radio in Canberra and Sydney for six years before returning to her hometown of Newcastle in 2009.

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