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Sport Shield runs aplenty for Aussie Test bats

13:45  13 october  2019
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Smith, Warner return for Shield opener

  Smith, Warner return for Shield opener Steve Smith and David Warner headline the New South Wales side to play Queensland in the Sheffield Shield opener at the Gabba from Thursday. David Warner and Steve Smith will play their first Sheffield Shield games for NSW in nearly two years, while a trio of star bowlers will sit out the season opener against Queensland at the Gabba. Pat Cummins, Josh Hazlewood and Nathan Lyon have all been rested following heavy workloads during Australia's tour of England, while Test aspirant Kurtis Patterson (quad) will miss the clash with the Bulls from Thursday.

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Australia's top-order batsmen have found some much-needed form in a Sheffield Shield opening round where runs proved all too easy to come by.

David Warner of New South Wales celebrates scoring a century.© Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images David Warner of New South Wales celebrates scoring a century. Incumbent Test openers David Warner and Marcus Harris were among eight century-makers in their first red-ball hitouts since the Ashes.

Warner's first-innings 125 was arguably the best of the lot given he was the only batsman to reach triple figures in NSW's five-wicket win over Queensland at the Gabba, although he followed it up with a golden duck in the second dig.

The left-hander was coming off a disastrous Ashes series in which he averaged just 9.50 and was terrorised by England paceman Stuart Broad.

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Wade has smashed 571 runs from six Shield matches at an average of 63.44 batting at number six for Tasmania, registering one century and five fifties. “It’s fantastic to see him scoring a lot of runs . It wasn’ t long ago that he was in our Test squad, he struggled and we dropped him,” Hohns said.

Harris had a similarly dismal time in the UK but scored a timely 116 in Victoria's stupefying draw with South Australia at Junction Oval.

Paine to test busted thumb at the WACA

  Paine to test busted thumb at the WACA Tasmania's Tim Paine will be able to give his thumb another good test when he bats at the WACA Ground against Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield.Paine broke his thumb during the fifth Ashes Test against England, and was ruled out of Tasmania's recent one-dayers.

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Just 12 wickets fell for the match on a lifeless deck that sparked tensions between opposing captains Peter Handscomb and Travis Head.

The pair were unable to reach an agreement on a sporting declaration to set up a final-day run chase and the match descended into farce, Tom Cooper scoring a mammoth 271 not out before play was finally called off with SA on 6-671.

Test skipper Tim Paine also reached triple figures in the first innings of Tasmania's draw with Western Australia at the WACA Ground.

The 34-year-old played down his second first-class century in 13 years, saying the achievement "meant nothing to him".

But it was a timely knock amid debate about whether Steve Smith should return to the captaincy when his leadership ban expires next March.

After averaging 110 during a phenomenal Ashes series, Smith was the worst-performed of Australia's Test batsmen in the opening Shield round.

Mitchell Marsh to undergo scans after punching dressing room wall

  Mitchell Marsh to undergo scans after punching dressing room wall Marsh could be facing a lengthy layoff after losing his cool while playing for Western Australia.There are fears the 27-year-old has suffered a broken hand after punching a dressing room wall in frustration during Western Australia’s drawn Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania.

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Smith fell for a fifth-ball duck in the first innings at the Gabba and made 21 in the second dig.

His NSW teammate Mitchell Starc also failed to fire in his return from an Ashes series where he was overlooked for all but one Test.

Starc went wicketless in the first innings and finished the second with figures of 1-87.

The news was even worse for incumbent No.6 Mitch Marsh, who injured his bowling hand after punching a dressing-room wall at the WACA.

Marsh will have scans on his right hand after reacting angrily to being dismissed for 53 in the first over of play on Sunday.

Older brother Shaun compiled a classy 85 in the same innings.

Young guns Will Pucovski (123) and Alex Carey (117) both cashed in on the flat Junction Oval deck while incumbent No.3 Marnus Labuschagne was impressive for Queensland, scoring 69 and 52 and ending Warner's century knock.

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