Jake Lehmann was on ground to ensure that South Australia rode home victoriously in their game against the New South Wales, winning by two wickets as they went on to claim their third Shield win and go up to second position on the ladder.
The NSW men had been put to bat with Callum Ferguson, SA’s captain winning the toss. On the turning Adelaide pitch, NSW had made 269, with NicMaddinson scoring for them with 80. He was however supported by Daniel Hughes who sent in 52, and Nathan Lyon, who scored a rare half century.
The SA attack shared the wickets, with Chadd Sayers and Kane Richardson picking up three wickets each, while David Grant and Joe Mennie picked up two scalps.
SA were restricted to 236 in the first innings, following fine spells from Test star Lyon and first class debutant, Charles Stobo as they each took three wickets. Continue reading 'SOUTH AUSTRALIA IN EXCITING FINISH AS JAKE LEHMANN LEADS'»