McAndrew, McSweeney star as SA belt NSW in Shield

South Australia 293 & 212 (McSweeney 100, Nisbet 5-53) beat New South Wales 183 & 136 (McAndrew 5-19, Conway 4-43) by 186 runs

Nathan McAndrew and Nathan McSweeney have propelled South Australia to a commanding 186-run win that extends New South Wales’ winless streak within the Sheffield Shield.

McAndrew produced essentially the most dominant particular person bowling efficiency of the competitors to this point this season, taking two five-wicket hauls together with 5 for 19 within the second innings that restricted the Blues to totals of 183 and 136 at Adelaide Oval. It marked the primary time the New South Wales’-born paceman, 30, had taken 10 wickets in a first-class match.

It wasn’t sufficient to say participant of the match honours although with McSweeney rewarded for his very good batting show, making 64 and 100 in a low-scoring match the place solely three gamers handed 50. The subsequent highest rating within the match was simply 58 from Daniel Hughes. No different South Australia batted handed 33 in both innings.

McAndrew started the ultimate day with 9 wickets already to his identify within the match having ripped via the Blues late on day three, taking 4 for 19, because the guests slumped to 99 for six chasing 323 runs for victory within the fourth innings.

But there was an opportunity his tenth wicket wouldn’t come. He was unusually not utilized by captain Jake Lehmann within the first seven overs of the day as Blues duo Jack Edwards and Jack Nisbet added 25 runs for the seventh wicket earlier than Conway broke via.

McAndrew was referred to as on from the opposite finish and bowled a maiden first up however Conway added one other wicket to his tally within the following over as Edwards pulled one straight down advantageous leg’s throat. McAndrew bowled one other maiden earlier than Conway eliminated Chris Tremain to seize a fourth wicket for the innings and depart New South Wales nine-down.

But McAndrew was in a position to his tenth with Jackson Bird caught within the gully because the Blues had been bowled out for 136.

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