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VIDEO INTERVIEW: Jason Sangha to make Sydney first grade debut with Randwick

CLASS ACT: Wallsend’s Jason Sangha is gearing up for a Sydney first grade debut on Saturday for Randwick-Petersham against Penrith. Picture: Jonathan Carroll.WHAT Greg Chappell wants, he generally gets.
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And the Test legend and Cricket ‘s national talent managerwantedWallsend whiz kid Jason Sangha playing Sydney first grade cricket before the Under-19 World Cup next month in Bangladesh.

Jason Sangha talks to Josh Leeson about his move to Randwick. Video: Jonathan Carroll.On Saturday Sangha will make his Sydney grade debut forRandwick-Petershamagainst Penrith in a 50-over game at Howell Oval.

The Randy Peteshadalready developedlinks with Sangha, but he initially planned to remain at Wallsend until next season.

The swift promotion to Randwick, is the latest chapter in an incredible summer for the 16-year-old, which has includedn under-17 and under-19 selection, a maiden first-grade hundred for Wallsend and becoming the youngestplayer since 1966 to debut in the Newcastle senior representative side.

“He [Chappell] wanted me to play a lot of Sydney cricket before the World Cup,” Sangha said on Wednesday.“Alot of the guys are playing first grade and even Futures League in their own states and I’m still in Newcastle, so they wanted me down there as soon as I can.

“I don’t know where I’m going to bat, but I’m just looking forward to playing with them.

“They said there wasn’t much pressure on me as a youngster and just try to do my best.”

Chappell first took notice of Sangha in June at theSchool Sports under-15 tournament in Darwin and has since become an unabashed fan.

Sangha’s graceful stroke play hasobliterated junior attacks at national carnivals in the pastmonth.

He was scored758 runs at 42.10, but facing bowlersfrom arguably the toughest club cricket competition in the world,is a differentproposition.

“I think this will really test my skills,” he said.“The under 19s really tested me individually. The guys are going to be stronger, mentally stronger and have that edge on me, but I still think my skills and ability can match it with them.”

Sangha’s junior coach when he lived in Sydney was Randwick’sEddie Otto.

That relationship continued and during the off-season Sangha asked Otto if he could partake in the club’s pre-season training program.

Sangha impressed and then decided on Randwick, after receiving an endorsement from former Wallsend all-rounder NathanPrice.

“He asked me how hewould fit in and where he should go,” Price said.“Randwick have been pretty helpful with what I’m trying to do, so I just steered him in the right direction.I know they’ll do everything they can to take him where he wants to be.”

Price joined the Randy Petes in2009-10 and the NSW Imparja Cup representativeknowsfirst hand the quality needed to prosper in Sydney.

“The steps he’s taken in recentmonths have been massive,” Pricesaid.“To make the under-19 World Cup squad is big.We have a guy in our team who was at the carnival and scored a similar amount of runs, so he’s obviously there or thereabouts.”

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