SHEFFIELD SHIELD 2018-19
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Travis Head is unbeaten on 72 © Getty
Queensland vs New South Wales, Brisbane
New South Wales saved themselves within the recreation regardless of being bowled out for 150 within the first innings with an all-round efficiency on the second day. They bowled out Queensland for 185, with Sean Abbott and Trent Copeland taking three wickets every, earlier than Daniel Hughes and Moises Henriques shared an unbeaten 50-run stand to take the workforce to 103/2 at Stumps.
Resuming at 67/Four, Queensland saved dropping wickets at common intervals to be bowled out for 185. They’d have been bowled out for a lot fewer had it not been for some important decrease order contributions, with Jimmy Pearson and Mark Steketee scoring 41 every to present their facet a slim lead.
Needing a greater efficiency than their first innings, NSW bought off to a nasty begin, dropping Nick Larkin within the third over. Kurtis Patterson too fell quickly after, however Hughes notched up a affected person fifty whereas Henriques gave him good firm to take NSW to safer shores.
Temporary Scores: New South Wales 150 & 103/2 (Daniel Hughes 50*, Luke Feldman 1-22) lead Queensland 185 (Mark Steketee 41, Trent Copeland Three-49) by 68 runs.
Western Australia vs South Australia, Perth
One other 14-wicket day adopted the primary at Perth as South Australia eked forward of their opponents Western Australia. South Australia ended the day at 218/eight, with Travis Head on the forefront of their revival with 72 not out, after that they had bowled out Western Australia for 157.
Resuming at 75/Four, WA have been unable to plug their collapse as Nick Winter (Four-23) and Daniel Worrall (Three-60) ran riot. Josh Phillippe’s 47 helped WA shut in on SA’s whole of 159, however they fell quick by two runs.
SA seemed way more composed batting the second time and put themselves ready of energy at 133/Three, with Head taking part in a positive innings. Nonetheless, a significant collapse adopted with SA dropping 5 wickets for 36 runs to finish the day at 218/eight, an total lead of 220.
Temporary Scores: South Australia 159 & 218/eight (Travis Head 72*, Matthew Kelly Four-55) lead Western Australia 157 (Josh Phillippe 47, Nick Winter Four-23) by 220 runs.