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Australia Marsh, Green lead WA in Shield opener

09:55  24 september  2021
09:55  24 september  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

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Test incumbent Cameron Green has made a good start to the Sheffield Shield cricket season and combined with evergreen batsman Shaun Marsh to give Western Australia the ascendancy, on day one of their clash against South Australia,

a baseball player swinging a bat at a ball: Shaun Marsh is closing in on his 32nd first-class century in WA's Sheffield Shield clash against SA. © Matt Turner/AAP PHOTOS Shaun Marsh is closing in on his 32nd first-class century in WA's Sheffield Shield clash against SA.

WA were 2-194 at tea on Friday with captain Marsh on 80 and Green 57, with the pair putting on 112 for the third wicket at Adelaide's Karen Rolton Oval.

Green, who played his first four Tests against India last summer, struck successive sixes off legspinner Lloyd Pope shortly before tea to go past 50.

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Marsh, who scored just five off his first 27 balls, reached his 50 with a six over long on off spinner Sam Kerber, scoring 57 runs between lunch and tea.


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Shortly after he passed Michael Hussey's tally of 8007 to become WA'a third-highest run-scorer behind Tom Moody and all-time leader Justin Langer.

Either side of lunch, 38-year-old Marsh added 59 for the second wicket with opener Sam Whiteman, who was caught at backward square leg off paceman David Grant for 44.

SA gave a loud united appeal for a catch in the gully when Marsh was on 65, but the umpire clearly felt the ball hadn't made contact with the bat.

The only wicket to fall before lunch was former Test batsman Cameron Bancroft, who was trapped lbw for 11 by quick Nathan McAndrew on his SA debut.

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