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Daniel Hughes

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

Batter

Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Does Not Bowl

AGE
29
HEIGHT
187CM
BORN

Cowra

COUNTRY

Australia

Australia
STATE

NSW

NSW
LOCAL CLUB

Northern District

Bio

An aggressive top-order batsman, Daniel Hughes forced his way into the NSW Blues side on sheer weight of runs.

Hughes set the benchmark for other batsmen early in the McDonald’s Sydney Grade competition with scores of 78, 66, 146 and 200 in the first four rounds of the 2015-16 competition. 

He continued this form in the Toyota Futures League where he scored 300 against Tasmania at Coffs Harbour. 

Hughes was called into the NSW Sheffield Shield team for the round five match against Queensland in Mackay. He went on to score 425 runs at 38.63 in six matches. 

This included two centuries, with Hughes hitting four consecutive boundaries against Tasmania to not only win the match, but also bring up triple figures. 

 

Hughes dines out on Bulls attack

Daniel Hughes took advantage of a perfect batting surface to claim a JLT Sheffield Shield century, but not before an extended stay in the nervous 90s


1:15 Mennie-traps-Hughes-LBW-on-final-ball-still

Mennie traps Hughes LBW on final ball

Daniel Hughes was trapped plumb LBW on the final ball of the day by Joe Mennie as South Australia picked up a key wicket late at Adelaide Oval


0:28 When-youre-so-plumb-you-just-start-walking-still

When you're so plumb you just start walking ...

NSW Blues opener Daniel Hughes didn't even need to see the umpire's decision after leaving one that clattered straight into his pads against Queensland


'Disrespectful' remark still burns Thunder

Cross-town rivals set the scene for fiery BBL opener, while Shane Watson says pressure is on the Stars to deliver a title


Wildcard Hughes declares 'I'm ready'

Daniel Hughes was 'extremely surprised' to be thrust into the Ashes conversation by Steve Smith but the batsman is making the most of his chance


Smith, Warner back Hughes to shine

As debate continues over NSW's decision to dump leading Shield run-scorer Ed Cowan, his replacement has received the highest praise


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