World News – UA – Marnus Labuschagne puts on a ton after Starc’s fiery warning to Mankad: Sheffield Shield wrap


QLD’s Marnus Labuschagne saw his Aussie teammates Nathan Lyon and Mitchell Starc – with whom he had a heated battle – win a century in his second straight game

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On a very green field at the Karen Rolton Oval in Adelaide, the Blues won the draw and chose to play bowling He paid early dividends, openers Bryce Street (22 of 65) and Joe Burns (29 of 87) failed to hold promising starts

And when Usman Khawaja and Matt Renshaw both fell cheaply on four and eight respectively, the Bulls were left wobbly at 4-115

But the exceptionally patient batting Labuschagne weathered the storm before opening up and reaching their century with a pair of reverse sweeps The innings come on the back of a gorgeous 167 against Tasmania

It was not without incident, however.First, Starc tore a formidable bouncer in Labuschagne’s arm during the final delivery before lunch Labuschagne turned around and quickly left the playing field

When the two resumed their fight after the break, Starc then warned the batsman to leave his fold – threatening the dreaded Mankad on Labuschagne The QLD stick was far from being satisfied, especially as the replays showed that it was only marginally outside its territory at most

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Labuschagne has built a solid partnership with Jimmy Peirson, who notched his half-century before dislodging the new ball down Starc’s leg, leaving the crease with 66 of 123

Starc should have had two more balls later when Jack Wildermuth also clearly dropped the glove, but the referee ruled that the leg side delivery missed the glove And Wildermuth avoided returning the next ball when he was squared by a bright righting ball that hit him on the pads, only to make the referee seem to believe it was going high.

It was the unlucky third time for Wildermuth when Trent Copeland finally managed to trap his first wicket of the season shortly after, making a clear decision for LBW as the game ended for the day

Meanwhile at Glenelg, South Australia won the toss and chose to strike but had to fight back from 4/56 to a total of 200 first innings against Victoria

Victoria debuted fast youngsters Mitch Perry (2/35) and Zak Evans (1/31) for their first Marsh Sheffield Shield game of the season, with the 20-year-olds both performing well first day of their top notch careers Will Sutherland’s 3/26 was the choice of Victorian bowlers

Henry Hunt of South Australia was the only hitter to do any real damage, returned for 50 of 108 via an LBW to Jon Holland Chadd Sayers and Travis Head were both sacked for ducks, while Wes Agar produced a 41 of 44 hit to save a respectable total

Will Pucovski (18) and Marcus Harris (19) watched Victoria end the match of the day 0/38, trailing by 162 points

Shaun Marsh loves the Sheffield Shield He marked another century on Friday, posting 115 of 242 as Western Australia recovered to reach an impressive 302 every day on Matchday 1 against Tasmania

Young Cameron Green was unable to save his Monster 197, falling for five amid a first-rate meltdown that left the WA side five for 64 at a stadium

Cameron Bancroft (4), Sam Whiteman (4) and Ashton Agar (2) all gave their wickets on the cheap, but Marsh was well supported by Josh Inglis (51 of 67) and Cameron Gannon (58 of 72) ) to reach the total

Jackson Bird (3-47) and Nathan Ellis (4-76) were the top bowlers on a tough day for the Tigers

Tasmania made six points in four assists, managing to hit stumps without losing a wicket

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