SHEFFIELD SHIELD 2018-19
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Jake Lehmann was unbeaten on 41 however different South Australia batsmen dissatisfied. © Getty
New South Wales v Victoria
A shocking five-for by Jon Holland helped Victoria stage a sensational comeback and depart the Sheffield Defend encounter in opposition to New South Wales (NSW) on a good kneel. On the again of Harry Conway’s excellent figures of 5 for 14, NSW skittled out Victoria for simply 106, after the guests had opted to bat first on the Drummoyne Oval, Sydney. Nic Maddinson made 24 whereas 4 others reached double figures. Conway was nicely assisted by Trent Copeland, who took three wickets whereas Steve O’Keefe grabbed the opposite two.
The openers then placed on 67 for the primary wicket as NSW threatened to bat Victoria out of the competition. However the dismissal of Nick Larkin by Holland opened up the floodgates because the hosts collapsed from 67-Zero to 87-7, all within the area of 83 deliveries. Holland was nicely complemented by Peter Siddle, who took the opposite two wickets, as NSW completed the day at 97 for 7, nonetheless adrift by 9 runs. Daniel Hughes made 45, however the middle-order meltdown meant the match continues to be nicely in stability.
Temporary Scores: Victoria 106 (Nic Maddinson 24, Harry Conway 5/14, Trent Copeland three/50) lead NSW 97/7 (Daniel Hughes 45, Jon Holland 5/27, Peter Siddle 2/19) by 9 runs
Tasmania v Western Australia
Western Australia discovered helpful fingers proper all through the batting order as they completed the primary day of their conflict in opposition to Tasmania at a wholesome 334 for 7. Requested to bat first on the Blundstone Area, Western Australia have been indebted to helpful knocks from Josh Phillipe (76), Hilton Cartwright (66) and Sam Whiteman (55), as they recovered from a middle-order blip. After an inexpensive begin, WA slipped to 63 for three after which once more to 184 for five, however respectable stands for the fourth and the sixth wicket meant that the innings did not subside quickly.
Jackson Chicken stored reeling away and was rewarded with three wickets whereas Ryan Meredith and Gabe Bell offered help with two wickets every.
Temporary Scores: Western Australia 334 for 7 (Josh Phillipe 76, Hilton Cartwright 66, Sam Whiteman 55, Jackson Chicken three/56) v Tasmania
Queensland v South Australia
As many as 20 wickets fell on yet one more motion packed day on the Gabba, Brisbane, with Jake Lehmann (41*) conserving alive South Australia’s slender probabilities of staging an upset win over hosts, Queensland. Resuming at their in a single day rating of 67 for 7, South Australia fell away reasonably shortly, getting bundled out for simply 71, thereby conceding a small however important lead of 44 runs. Queensland’s second dig wasn’t any higher both – six batsmen went previous double-figures, however none might high Sam Heazlett’s 37 because the hosts have been bowled out for 130. All of the bowlers chipped round, with Joe Mennie and Tom Andrews taking three wickets every whereas Nick Winter and Luke Robins took two apiece.
Needing 175 for a come from behind victory, South Australia’s batsmen failed to return into grips with the pitch as soon as once more, falling to 46 for six earlier than a 40-run stand between Lehmann and Tom Andrews (12) gave them hope. Andrews was dismissed in the direction of the fag finish of the day’s play, however Lehmann ensured that his group had an opportunity going into the third and last day – needing one other 81 runs for an inconceivable victory. Mark Steketee was the destroyer in chief, claiming 4 wickets.
Temporary Scores: Queensland 115 (Marnus Labuschagne 36, Tom Andrews 6/40) and 130 ( Sam Heazlett 37, Joe Mennie three/16, Tom Andrews three/42) lead South Australia 71 (Luke Feldman four/19, Michael Neser three/17) and 94/7 (Jake Lehmann 41*, Mark Steketee four/16, Feldman 2/35) by 81 runs.