SHEFFIELD SHIELD 2018-19
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Tom Andrews returned his career-best figures – 6 for 40 © Getty
Queensland vs South Australia, Brisbane
As many as 17 wickets went down on Day 1 of the Sheffield Protect conflict at The Gabba on Monday (March 11), with little separating Queensland and South Australia on the finish of the day. Tom Andrews, the 24-year-old left-arm spinner taking part in his first match of the season for South Australia, recorded career-best figures of 6 for 40 to bowl Queensland out for 115. In reply, the guests did not fare any higher with the bat, lowered to 67 for 7 at Stumps with Michael Neser and Luke Feldman bagging two wickets apiece.
Opting to bat, Queensland misplaced Matt Renshaw for a duck earlier than Marnus Labuschagne and Joe Burns steadied the ship with a 36-run stand. Nonetheless, the restoration was short-lived as Andrews despatched again the second wicket pair in fast succession earlier than Joe Mennie accounted for Sam Heazlett to scale back the hosts to 58 for four.
Charlie Hemphrey, who scored a 113-ball 17, acquired along with Jimmy Peirson as they tried to make amends for the top-order failure. However all they may handle was a 38-run partnership earlier than Andrews ran by way of the batting order to convey an finish to Queensland’s innings within the 64th over.
South Australia started their innings poorly, dropping their high three for the addition of solely 17 runs. Jake Lehmann tried to carry the innings collectively however he stored dropping companions on the different finish recurrently, with South Australia dropping three wickets within the final three overs of the day to be precariously positioned.
Transient scores: Queensland 115 (Marnus Labuschagne 36; Tom Andrews 6-40) lead South Australia 67/7 (Jake Lehmann 23*; Michael Neser 2-13, Luke Feldman 2-19) by 48 runs.