New South Wales’ Marsh Sheffield Shield match against South Australia remains in the balance, with the hosts 7-222 at stumps on day two, trailing the Blues first innings total by 67 runs.
Travis Head crafted a well-made century for the Redbacks before he was dismissed by Josh Hazlewood for 109 in the closing stages of the final session.
Trent Copeland claimed figures of 2-62 taking the wickets of both Redbacks openers, Jake Weatherald leg before wicket for 1 and Henry Hunt caught and bowled for 19.
Fellow paceman Harry Conway was the other multiple wicket taker with figures of 2-43, with Josh Hazlewood (1-58), Nathan Lyon (1-42) and Moises Henriques (1-11) all taking one wicket apiece.
Earlier, debutant Daniel Solway finished unbeaten on 133 as NSW made 289 in its first innings.
Solway became the first player since Kurtis Patterson eight seasons ago to score a century on First Class debut for NSW during day one on Friday.
Solway was ably assisted by NSW captain Peter Nevill (53) who compiled a determined half century.
South Australian pace bowler Chadd Sayers was the chief destroyer for the hosts taking a remarkable 8-64.