Redbacks lost Brendan Dogget in a suspicious side strain, but Nathan Macan Drew bagged five
South Australia 128 and 0 for 68 trails Western Australia 299 in 103 runs (Cartwright 78, Green 61, McAndrew 5-84)
In response to SA’s slight one-inning total of 128, WA was fired at 299 in the second half of the second day, giving him a significant one-inning lead of 171.
South Australia made a strong start in the second inning, reaching 68-0 on stumps and reducing WA’s lead to 103 through Jake Weatherald and Henry Hunt.
Bancroft was the first ticket gate to knock Grant back on Thursday. The green looked ominous during the knock, which featured seven 4s and 6. However, shortly after Bancroft was fired, he collapsed when he slipped a pullshot attempt from Grant.
Green started the domestic season with an elegant 106 against South Australia. However, his next five shield knocks and one-day cricket returned scores of 2, 5, 7, 13, and 9. This shows a rare form of slump at the age of 22.
His half-century on Thursday was welcome news for both Western Australia and Australia’s national selection, who see Green as an important part of the ashes puzzle.
At 250 to 5, WA seemed ready to open the game wide and tear it apart. However, lbw, when Cartwright was sent off to Grant, caused a 49-5 collapse to give hope to Redback.
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