South Australia battled towards a competitive first innings against Western Australia at Adelaide Oval after Victoria’s concurrent collapse in Melbourne gave the Redbacks a chance of climbing to the top of the Sheffield Shield table in the penultimate round.
The Warriors bowled with persistence and good sense after losing the toss, claiming wickets every time SA threatened to mount a significant partnership. At the same time, the Redbacks avoided the kind of batting slide that would have gave up their innings entirely, and will resume with a chance of pushing toward 300. Read more
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