Joe Burns fell four runs shy of his century yet gave Queensland a strong grasp on procedures.
Gabe Bell and Alex Pyecroft shared seven wickets between them as Tasmania rocked the bowling alley out South Australia for 136 – 49 runs shy of their first-innings add up to. Travis Head (49) and Jake Lehmann (28) attempted to resuscitate the innings however they could just include 63 runs together.
Tasmania were obviously better with the bat in the second innings, with Ben McDermott (54) and Jordan Silk (49 not out) including 85 keeps running for the second wicket. Daniel Worrall picked three wickets, however Silk stayed unbeaten at stumps, with Tasmania stretching out their prompt 169.
Brief Scores: Tasmania 185 & 120/3 (Ben McDermott 54, Jordan Silk 49*; Daniel Worrall 3-32) lead South Australia 136 (Travis Head 49; Gabe Bell 4-29, Alex Pyecroft 3-36) by 169 runs.
Joe Burns fell four runs shy of his century however gave Queensland a firm grasp on the procedures as they scored 271 in the principal innings, in light of Victoria’s 167. Helpful commitments from the center request prepared for a solid lead with Marnus Labuschange, Usman Khawaja and Charlie Hemphrey all contributing.
Queensland’s bowlers at that point merged the endeavors put in by the batsmen by lessening Victoria to 157 for 5. Marcus Harris and Peter Handscomb’s exertion helped Victoria take a lead however both fell late in the day to hand over the favorable position to Queensland once more.
Brief Scores: Victoria 167 & 157/5 (Marcus Harris 62, Peter Handscomb 53; Michael Nesser 2-32) lead Queensland 271 (Burns 96, Labuschagne 46; Peter Siddle 4-62) by 53 runs.