It turned into an afternoon for the bowlers at Drummoyne Oval as 17 wickets fell inside the heavyweight JLT Sheffield Shield suit-up between NSW and Victoria on Tuesday. Victoria’s huge-call batting line-up become rolled for just 106. However, the home facet fared a little higher as a very last-hour collapse noticed them stop day one at 7-ninety seven. A spot inside the Shield very last likely awaits the victors of the penultimate-round fit among the top teams at the Shield ladder.
NSW dominated the day until suffering a first-rate disintegrate to lose 7-20, together with five-10. Remarkably, NSW put on 67 for the hole wicket, with Daniel Hughes hitting a forty-five and Nick Larkin contributing 19. Victoria was boosted with the aid of the go back from damage of James Pattinson and Test veteran Peter Siddle, who changed into especially neglected of the least healthy. Still, it turned into spinner Jon Holland who did most of the damage. Holland bowled for most of the consultation to acquire five-27 off 14 overs, with 3 of the dismissals caught at slip with the aid of Cameron White.
Siddle picked up 2-19, even as Pattinson back zero-23 off eight overs. NSW’s disintegrate party overshadowed paceman Harry Conway’s contribution, with the rangy paceman earning career-nice figures of 5-14 from thirteen overs for the Blues. Fellow speedy bowler Trent Copeland chipped in with three-50, and spinner Steve O’Keefe (2-17) persisted in his recent suitable form.
Test opener Marcus Harris (6) suffered a rare failure, at the same time as younger Will Pucovski become out for 19 after scoring a century last week. Former Blues big-name Nic Maddinson (24) went within the first over after lunch, kick-beginning a Victorian crumble of 6-18.
NSW: Nick Larkin, Daniel Hughes, Kurtis Patterson, Moises Henriques, Jason Sangha, Peter Nevill (c/wk), Jack Edwards, Steve O’Keefe, Trent Copeland, Harry Conway, Greg West Victoria: Travis Dean, Marcus Harris, Will Pucovski, Nic Maddinson, Cameron White, Matt Short, Seb Gotch (wk), James Pattinson, Peter Siddle, Scott Boland, Jon Holland