After winning the toss and electing bowl, on a green surface, the Blues attack toiled throughout the day with Queensland finishing at 7/274, including another century to Marnus Labuschagne.
Australian left-arm quick Mitchell Starc returns to the bowling crease for the NSW Blues against Queensland in the Marsh Sheffield Shield starting Friday. Hear his thoughts leading up to a very interesting fixture.
Cricket NSW have partnered with the Office of Responsible Gambling to promote awareness of gambling harm and let fans enjoy their sport free of gambling advertising. The two-year ‘GambleAware’ partnership spans all four CNSW brands: the Blues, Breakers, Sixers and Thunder.
Like all the NSW bowlers at Park 25 during the Blues first match of their Marsh Sheffield Shield defence, fast bowling allrounder Sean Abbott toiled mightily, and was rewarded with 6-89 from 32.5 overs.
Fast bowler Sean Abbott took another three wickets on day four to help the Blues dismiss WA for 534. In reply, the Blues made 2/107 before a draw was declared.
The Blues bowlers toiled throughout day three at Park 25, in Adelaide, but it was Western Australia's prodigious young allrounder Cameron Green, who resisted the NSW attack remaining 185 not out.
NSW allrounder Moises Henriques spoke to cricket.com.au following his magnificent innings of 167 against WA, on day two of the Blues Sheffield Shield opener, in Adelaide.