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Western Australia v South Australia
Sheffield Shield 1988/89 (Final)
VenueWestern Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth on 25th, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th March 1989 (5-day match)
Balls per over6
TossSouth Australia won the toss and decided to field
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresAR Crafter, PJ McConnell
Close of play day 1Western Australia (1) 287/2 (Moody 123*, Wood 54*)
Close of play day 2South Australia (1) 30/0 (Williams 15*, Hilditch 8*)
Close of play day 3South Australia (1) 275/6 (Sleep 49*, Anderson 7*)
Close of play day 4Western Australia (2) 26/1 (Marsh 10*, Moody 10*)

Western Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GR Marshc Hilditch b Scuderi551351698- 
MRJ Velettac Hookes b Scuderi26751011- 
TM Moodylbw b May162264348251 
*GM Woodb Miller682022858- 
WS Andrewsb Miller7513916212- 
+TJ Zoehrerlbw b Miller8111216614- 
P Gonnellac Scuderi b Miller103765-- 
KH MacLeayc Sleep b Miller102026-- 
PA Capesc May b Miller41191- 
TM Aldermannot out1920-- 
AD Mullallyc Williams b Miller021-- 
Extras(6 b, 29 lb, 4 nb, 4 w)43
Total(all out, 685 minutes, 166.3 overs)535
Fall of wickets:
1-65 (Veletta), 2-116 (Marsh), 3-346 (Moody), 4-346 (Wood), 5-503 (Andrews), 6-510 (Zoehrer), 7-526 (MacLeay), 8-532 (Capes), 9-535 (Gonnella), 10-535 (Mullally, 166.3 ov)
South Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gladigau38   8920--
Miller35.371127--
Scuderi41   81592--
May43   15941--
Sleep9   0430--

South Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
BD Williamslbw b MacLeay691802288- 
AMJ Hilditchc Marsh b Alderman411011504- 
PC Nobesc Marsh b MacLeay1862943- 
*DW Hookesc Alderman b Capes2442494- 
DS Lehmannc Veletta b Alderman1725441- 
PR Sleepnot out14629042216- 
JC Scuderib Moody113344-- 
+PW Andersonc Wood b Alderman381592214- 
TBA Mayc and b Alderman3457793- 
PW Gladigaust Zoehrer b Andrews45475631 
CR Millerc Marsh b Andrews021-- 
Extras(5 b, 13 lb, 33 nb)51
Total(all out, 703 minutes, 160.3 overs)494
Fall of wickets:
1-118 (Hilditch), 2-147 (Williams), 3-156 (Nobes), 4-189 (Hookes), 5-202 (Lehmann), 6-231 (Scuderi), 7-341 (Anderson), 8-409 (May), 9-494 (Gladigau), 10-494 (Miller, 160.3 ov)
Western Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Capes38   101151--
Alderman43   71174--
Mullally34   41060--
MacLeay34   9962--
Moody9   3231--
Andrews2.30192--

Western Australia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GR Marshnot out10524931710- 
MRJ Velettalbw b Scuderi51091- 
TM Moodylbw b Williams15518925022- 
P Gonnellanot out1142541- 
*GM Wooddid not bat      
WS Andrewsdid not bat      
+TJ Zoehrerdid not bat      
KH MacLeaydid not bat      
PA Capesdid not bat      
TM Aldermandid not bat      
AD Mullallydid not bat      
Extras(5 b, 4 lb, 4 nb)13
Total(2 wickets, 317 minutes, 81 overs)289
Fall of wickets:
1-10 (Veletta), 2-236 (Moody)
South Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gladigau16   3470--
Miller14   1690--
Scuderi23   5681--
May9   2320--
Sleep3   0230--
Williams7   1211--
Hilditch4   080--
Anderson4   070--
Lehmann1   050--

Notes
--> Western Australia won on better record in qualifying
--> GR Marsh (1) 50 in 121 balls, 155 minutes with 7 fours
--> GR Marsh (1) passed 7000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 16
--> TM Moody (1) 50 in 128 balls, 167 minutes with 7 fours
--> TM Moody (1) 100 in 172 balls, 222 minutes with 17 fours
--> TM Moody (1) 150 in 248 balls, 329 minutes with 23 fours
--> TM Moody (1) passed 1000 runs in first-class matches for the season when he reached 142
--> TM Moody (1) passed 2500 runs in first-class matches when he reached 26
--> GM Wood (1) 50 in 134 balls, 179 minutes with 7 fours
--> GM Wood (1) passed 12000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 46
--> WS Andrews (1) 50 in 94 balls, 121 minutes with 8 fours
--> TJ Zoehrer (1) 50 in 75 balls, 107 minutes with 10 fours
--> BD Williams (1) 50 in 102 balls, 126 minutes with 7 fours
--> PR Sleep (1) 50 in 107 balls, 135 minutes with 7 fours
--> PR Sleep (1) 100 in 241 balls, 310 minutes with 9 fours
--> PR Sleep (1) passed his previous highest score of 144 in Sheffield Shield matches
--> PR Sleep (1) passed his previous highest score of 144 in first-class matches
--> GR Marsh (2) 50 in 149 balls, 199 minutes with 6 fours
--> GR Marsh (2) 100 in 149 balls, 199 minutes with 6 fours
--> GR Marsh (2) passed 1000 runs in first-class matches for the season when he reached 13
--> MRJ Veletta (2) passed 1000 runs in first-class matches for the season when he reached 1
--> TM Moody (2) 50 in 90 balls, 128 minutes with 5 fours
--> TM Moody (2) 100 in 129 balls, 165 minutes with 15 fours
--> TM Moody (2) 150 in 183 balls, 228 minutes with 22 fours
--> TM Moody (2) passed 1000 runs in Sheffield Shield matches for the season when he reached 117
--> P Gonnella made his last appearance in first-class matches
--> P Gonnella made his last appearance in Sheffield Shield matches
--> CR Miller achieved his best innings bowling analysis in first-class matches when he dismissed TJ Zoehrer in the Western Australia first innings (previous best was 2-19)
--> CR Miller achieved his first five wickets in an innings in first-class matches in the Western Australia first innings
--> TBA May reached 50 wickets in first-class matches for the season when he dismissed TM Moody, his 1st wicket in the Western Australia first innings
--> CR Miller achieved his best innings bowling analysis in Sheffield Shield matches when he dismissed TJ Zoehrer in the Western Australia first innings (previous best was 2-19)
--> CR Miller achieved his first five wickets in an innings in Sheffield Shield matches in the Western Australia first innings

Twelfth Men: TG Hogan (WA) and CM Killen (SA)

 

 

 

 

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