Aussies unchanged for second cricket Test
Australia will field an unchanged side against Pakistan for the second Test at Adelaide Oval.Australian captain Tim Paine says there's no reason to change the side that trounced the tourists by an innings and five runs in the first Test in Brisbane.
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Test aspirant Michael Neser made NSW battle for every run as Queensland's bowlers strived to drag their side back into the top-of-the-table Sheffield Shield match at the SCG.
Resuming on day two at 0-1 in reply to the Bulls first innings score of 240, NSW added 64 runs from 29 overs to be 2-62 at lunch.
By the break, paceman Neser had figures of 0-13 off 11 overs.
He didn't concede more than a single off any ball until his final over of the session and received solid support from his bowling colleagues.
Pucovski closes on Shield ton against NSW
Victoria are 4-281 at tea in their Sheffield Shield clash with New South Wales at the MCG.Pucovski resumed on 62 on Sunday and slowly made his way to 81, with Travis Dean (0), who is a concussion substitute for Aaron Finch, also at the crease when rain forced the players off just after lunch.
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JAMES Hopes and Michael Neser made deadly use of the pink ball to ensure Queensland are close to securing first innings points against Western Australia after the second day's play of the Sheffield Shield match at the Gabba. Earlier, a 95- run partnership between Forrest and Neser (40) after
Moise Henriques was on 34 and Daniel Solway 12, with the pair having added 47 after NSW slipped to 2-15 in the 15th over.
Henriques struck the only three boundaries of Sunday's opening session and it took NSW 19.2 overs into their innings before they finally got a ball across the relaid turf and to the rope.
Both openers were caught behind by James Peirson but the always purposeful Henriques and the watchful Solway, who had soaked up 61 balls by lunch, steadied the innings.
Peirson took a fine low one-handed grab to dismiss Daniel Hughes for seven off Mark Steketee with the score on 11.
The Bulls' keeper was in the action again four runs later when Nick Larkin fell for eight after edging an attempted drive off Jack Wildermuth.
Queensland's pace quartet bowled the majority of the session until legspinner Mitchell Swepson was introduced for the 28th over, shortly before lunch.
It was announced earlier on Sunday that Bulls captain Usman Khawaja had extended his deal with BBL side Sydney Thunder to run for the next four years.
NSW crush Bulls, win Shield game in haze .
NSW have extended their unbeaten start to the Sheffield Shield season, defeating Queensland by nine wickets as smoke blanketed the SCG.The Blues rolled the Bulls for 176 on Tuesday morning then made light work of a target of 42, rattling off the required runs early in day four's post-lunch session.