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BBL | THUNDER FIFTH FOLLOWING LOSS

Newcastle prodigy Jason Sangha wasn’t immune from the Thunder’s batting woes in last night’s Big Bash game.

Moved back up to five in the order, the teenager suffered a scare on his first ball.

But did settle into his innings.

Sangha moving to 10 runs – his highest score in four knocks, before he too was back in the stands.

The loss leaves the Thunder in fifth on the ladder.

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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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