New South Wales (NSW) Moises Henriques speaks about the century which he scored on the second day of the Sheffield Shield final against Western Australia (WA) at Canberra and was happy to have dug his side ‘out of a hole’.


Henriques carted the WA  bowlers all around the park during his 314-ball 140 and said that he was looking to a great performance from the NSW bowlers especially Josh Hazlewood.


Hazlewood picked up the wickets of Cameron Bancroft, Marcus Harris and Adam Voges and was also involved in the run-out of Marcus North.


Hazlewood had an amazing spell as he picked up the wicket of Bancroft, first ball of the innings and may have probably laid the foundation for a New South Wales win.


Hazlewood tormented the Western Australian batsmen with his swing and pace and will look out to repeat his heroics with the ball come the third day of the contest.