New South Wales Cricket squad
Henriques, whom recently came back through the Qantas journey of Sri Lanka using national staff, is excited to see explosive orifice batsman Maddinson in the center come early july.
"On a yearly basis you’re anticipating big things from ‘Maddo’ (Maddinson), he’s got such talent, " Henriques told cricket.com.au on Monday on Cricket NSW season launch in Sydney.
"personally i think if he gets going and is into the right state of mind there’s not really many groups in the united kingdom that can end him.
"He’s those types of guys that can win a casino game from nowhere and win a game from everywhere aswell.
"we seriously would prefer to have him on my staff than need certainly to bowl to him.
"it is obviously perfect for NSW to possess a trump card that way up their particular sleeve."
The group also includes two potential debutants in young quicks Harry Conway and Ben Dwarshius, while Sydney Thunder off-spinner Chris Green returns to the Blues one-day setup for the first time in two years.
The squad boasts the specified mixture of youth and experience, and Blues advisor Trent Johnston states he can slim on his internationals during Blues’ title defence.
"Our knowledge is very much in our batting and we will be depending heavily on those dudes, " Johnston said.
"nonetheless our bowling has also stood up during previous Matador Cup promotions, with players like Doug Bollinger and Gurinder Sandhu doing really into the one-day format.
"and now we have a good selection of spinners, with Nathan Lyon and Steve O’Keefe both internationals.
"We had a great condition trial match on Monday with a few great activities plus the young men tend to be raring to go."
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NSW squad: Moises Henriques (c), Doug Bollinger, Ryan Carters, Harry Conway, Ed Cowan, Ben Dwarshuis, Chris Green, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Peter Nevill, Steve O’Keefe, Kurtis Patterson, Gurinder Sandhu
7 Oct v CA XI Hurstville Oval
9 Oct v Tas Hurstville Oval
12 Oct v SA Drummoyne Oval
14 Oct v Qld Drummoye Oval D/N
16 Oct v Vic North Sydney Oval D/N
19 Oct v WA North Sydney Oval
21 Oct Elimination Final (2 v 3) Drummoyne Oval D/N
23 Oct Final North Sydney Oval
2016 Matador Cup – broadcast matches
Oct 6: Qld v WA, WACA. Oct 8: WA v Vic, WACA. Oct 9: SA v WA, WACA. Oct 12: SA v NSW, Drummoyne Oval. Oct 13: Vic v Tas, North Sydney Oval. Oct 14: Qld v NSW d/n, Drummoyne. Oct 15: Tas v WA, North Sydney. Oct 16: NSW v Vic d/n, North Sydney. Oct 18: Vic v Qld, Drummoyne. Oct 19: NSW v WA, North Sydney. Oct 21: Qualifying final, d/n, Drummoyne. Oct 23: Final, North Sydney.