Nick Bertus leads a strong line-up of state players in Thursday's Baggy Blues match at Fisher Park.
Bertus, who is a wicket-keeper batsman, has played both Sheffield Shield and one-day cricket for NSW.
In NSW Premier Cricket in Sydney grade cricket, he captained Parramatta to a first-grade premiership in the 2017-18 season.
Last season he won the Bill O'Reilly Medal awarded to the best player in NSW Premier Cricket.
Other NSW players appearing are Baxter Holt, who keeps for Eastern Suburbs in NSW Premier Cricket.
Last season Holt played one Sheffield Shield match.
Chris Green is a very experienced T20 player playing in this format for a number of franchises around the world.
Ben Dwarshuis, an all-rounder was a member of the Sydney Sixes who won the BBL this season.
Ben has also played in the IPL.
Ben Manenti a right arm off-spinner has also played for the Sixes.
Arjun Nail is a very handy all-rounder debuted for NSW in 2016 as a 17-year-old.
TEAM BRADMAN vs TEAM MURDOCH
Baggy Blues Game March 12
Dean Bradley (C)
Koby Godbier 12th
Chris Green (NSW)
Baxter Holt (NSW)
Ben Dwarshuis (NSW)
Nathan Corby (C)
Dylan Vivian 12th
Nick Bertus (NSW)
Ben Manenti (NSW)
Arjun Nair (NSW)
Umpires are Jeff Egan and Jeff White.
The match commences at 6pm.
This match is another opportunity to showcase the new lights at Fisher Park.
The match is expected to finish at 9pm.
Admission by gold coin donation.
Thursday, March 12: Coaching class and a T20 match at Albert Park involving six state players at Albert Park
Friday, March 27: Presentation night including the 100 Club.
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