NSW end season winless as South Australia hold on for draw

New South Wales 447 for 9 dec and also 247 for 3 dec (Hackney 102, MacDonald 61) attracted with South Australia 309 for 7 dec and also 290 for 7 (Drew 84, Lehmann 74)

South Australia’s promote a not likely winning run-chase developed into a video game of survival with the Redbacks eventually hanging for a reel in their final-round Sheffield Guard suit versus New South Wales in Adelaide.

Establish a difficult 386 from 87 overs for triumph at Karen Rolton Oval, South Australia finished at 290 for 7. The Redbacks remained in the competition at 5 arches down, and also with 144 needed from the last 20 overs, however the termination of captain Jake Lehmann required the residence side to bat for a draw.

The outcome indicates South Australia completed in advance of Tasmania in 4th on the Guard standings however indicates New South Wales have actually undergone the period winless for the very first time considering that the competitors came to be a residence and also away 10-game period in 1982-83.

Daniel Drew racked up 84 at No. 3, finishing an outstanding suit having actually made 85 in the very first innings, as South Australia constructed gradually after a fairly mindful beginning.

Lehmann maintained the run price high, racking up 74 from 83 spheres, adhering to on from his very first innings century, while Liam Scott made 40 just to be reversed by a sensational catch at square leg by Blake MacDonald off Ben Dwarshuis. Scott smoked a pull shot just for MacDonald to tweeze it one-handed diving complete size to his right.

Lehmann was ruled lbw off Chris Eco-friendly, prior to Harry Nielsen and also Nathan McAndrew made sure the residence side protected a draw.

Previously, New South Wales batted for 7 overs throughout the early morning, prior to proclaiming at 247 for 3. Youthful opener Ryan Hackney was the only arch to drop however not prior to he finished his first superior century. He rested over night on 98 not out however located the additional 2 runs for his very first Sheffield Guard century prior to succumbing to 102.

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