South Australia 7 for 94 (Lehmann 41*, Steketee Four-16, Feldman 2-35) and 71 path Queensland 115 and 130 (Heazlett 37, Mennie Three-16, Andrews Three-42) by 81 runs
South Australia middle-order batsman Jake Lehmann stood between Queensland and outright victory after one other frenetic day of wickets in opposition to the transferring, bouncing Dukes ball in a Sheffield Protect match on the Gabba in Brisbane.
As if not content material with the 17 wickets that fell on day one, the 2 sides gave up 20 on day two, 10 for both sides, as the short finish of the Redbacks’ first innings and the speedy decline of the Bulls’ second left SA with a victory goal of 175.
Bowlers on either side loved themselves, however none extra so than SA left-arm spinner Tom Andrews, who completed the match with 9 for 82 after choosing up three second innings victims the day after he had opened up the match with a haul of 6 for 40.
In stark distinction, Bulls’ wrist spinner Mitch Swepson is but to bowl a single ball within the match, as their captain Jimmy Peirson caught with the all-pace assault of Michael Neser, Luke Feldman, Cameron Gannon and Mark Steketee.
At 7 for 82 in SA’s chase, it appeared that the Bulls had been headed for full factors inside two days, however Lehmann discovered an ally in Nick Winter, because the pair crept to the near maintain the Redbacks in with some likelihood of a win. Lehmann’s 41 not out is already the very best particular person rating of the match.