South Australia 7 for 438 dec (Drew 208*, Hunt 62, McAndrew 56*) and a pair of for 31 lead Western Australia 162 (Stoinis 56, McAndrew 3-51, Agar 3-54) by 307 runs
SA ended day two at Adelaide Oval on 2 for 31, giving them an total lead of 307. Drew, unbeaten on 208 when SA declared at 7 for 438 at lunch, was trapped lbw for 4 by Matthew Kelly within the last over of the day.
Drew collected 25 boundaries in his 345-ball first innings, which far exceeded his earlier greatest first-class rating of 130.
He featured in an unbroken eighth-wicket stand of 78 with McAndrew, who blasted 4 sixes in an innings of 56 off 59 balls.
With Western Australia in to bat, McAndrew and fellow paceman Agar claimed the primary six wickets between them, with the guests skittled for 162, a deficit of 276.
WA had been 2 for five after two early strikes by Agar and misplaced 3 for 0 to stoop to six for 63 after Cameron Bancroft and Aaron Hardie every made 27. They had been reeling once more at 7 for 71 shortly after tea.
In South Australia’s first innings — pacemen Stobo and Kelly aside — the WA assault struggled, with David Moody leaking 129 of 28 wicketless overs and spinner Corey Rocchiccioli taking 1 for 135 off 32.
Batting for the second time in direction of the tip of play on Saturday, SA had Jake Carder caught at brief cowl off Stoinis for 8 earlier than dropping Drew to the second ball of the ultimate over.
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