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Tigers all out for 333 v NSW in the Shield

Matthew Wade's 146 helped Tasmania to a first innings 333 against NSW in the Sheffield Shield. (David Mariuz/AAP PHOTOS) (AAP)

Ben Dwarshuis finished with four wickets as NSW wrapped up Tasmania's first innings comeback at 333 in their Sheffield Shield clash in Hobart.

Tasmania were 3-14 on Saturday before Matthew Wade strutted to the crease and crunched 146, combining with the lower order to push the hosts to 8-329 at stumps.

There were only two further overs of resistance on Sunday before the Blues were batting, Blake Nikitaras and Ryan Hackney untroubled as NSW moved to 0-11 after four overs.

Dwarshuis (4-88) was the pick of the bowlers while Chris Tremain took 3-52.

The Blues are without in-form opener Daniel Hughes (COVID-19) while Jake Doran is wicketkeeping for Tasmania instead of Tim Paine, with fellow glovemen Ben McDermott and Wade playing as specialist batsmen.

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