Scott Henry has made a promising start to his NSW career, but knows he will need a big 2013/14 season if he wants to keep his spot in arguably Australia’s most competitive squad.
With an enormous pool to choose from, the NSW top order is one of the toughest to break into.
The 24 year old from the Central-West has been consistent for the Blues, including a pair of half-centuries against the Bushrangers at the start of last season, but hasn’t passed 50 since in the four day format.
His List A career has been much better, with the Mudgee junior averaging close to 35 against the white ball.
He started his Ryobi Cup career with 66 at the WACA, and backed it up with a further two half-centuries in his next three matches.