The 38-year-old Marsh produced a classic masterclass in achieving his 20th century Sheffield Shield in his 21st season withWA,surpassing 8,000shield runs alongside Justin Langer, Tom Moody and Michael Hussey as the only WA players to achieve this feat.
The 22-year-old Green is on track to join these greats who scored his seventh century Shield and his eighth ofthetop 100 in his last 35 innings. The pair shared a 199-runposition on a beautiful stick face. They scored down the court withease,hitting 25 fours and six sixes between them. They were particularly brutalagainstthe threerare Travis Head, Lloyd Pope and Sam Kerber from South Australia.
The Redbacks’ attack seemed toothless, though their bowling alley was identified as a key area for offseason improvements.
Nor did they help each other in the field. Green was abandoned by. David Grant in the slippage of the 63 when Head was the culprit who brushed the sharp opportunity to the left of him. Pope later lowered. Tons of Shaun Marsh to115, but it didn’t cost him that long, as Marsh caught a spectacular catch shortly after while he took cover from Kerber.
They were lucky enough to beat. Green by 106 as he seemed determined to increase his four career pointsfrom over 150. He made a strange mistakeby holding his gloves too close to the ball to getout and was caught.
Nathan McAndrew worked hard on his debut with the Redbacks to pick up three of the four wickets that were about to fall. He hittoo early in the day and caught Cameron Bancroft lbw with a ball that snapped out of the seam. Sam Whiteman played well for 44, but was bounced off Grant.
Hilton Cartwright and. Josh Philippe arranged the moment unused ball at the conclusion of the final days, who gave him the opportunity to encourage two at a awesome entrance in a day.
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