Cameron Green claimed his maiden first-class double as he continued to dominate in the Sheffield Shield.
Green was at his ruthless best on day one against Queensland, putting 182 runs on the board as Western Australia ended 3-325.
He then continued to build on that stellar knock to make it to 251 before he was finally given out.
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Green hit 29 fours and five sixes off 343 balls to reach that total and put WA in a strong position.
It was the third time the 21-year old had passed 150 in the competition this season, becoming the youngest to do so since David Hookes in the summer of 1976-77.
It caps off a stunning fortnight for the 21-year old.
His 201 in Premier Cricket was later backed up by 168no and 144 in Shield and One-Day Cup matches against South Australia with a second innings duck the outlier.
Green is now Australia’s incumbent in the six spot and is doing everything right to keep his Test spot, proving he is capable of consistent big scores.
WA coach Adam Voges saidthat Green’s ability to ramp up his game when needed is a sign of his personal growth.
“I think it’s just the evolution of his game,” Voges said, per cricket.com.au.
“As he plays more, as he gets more confident in his own ability, I think you’ll see that (acceleration) a little bit more.
“He would’ve taken a lot of confidence out of his one-day hundred the other day where he was able to (move through the gears quickly). But he was able to put some real pressure on the Queensland bowlers and made their margin for error really quite small.”
Meanwhile, Alex Carey has claimed a century for the Redbacks only days after falling agonisingly short of the honour.
The Aussie one-day keeper was just one run short earlier in the week, caught behind for 99 for against Western Australia.
The presumed successor of Tim Paine was rewarded this time around though, reaching the milestone off 177 balls after hitting a four.
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