Queensland 231 and 3 for 163 (Hemphrey 76 *, Heazlett 41 *, Mennie 2-24) trace South Australia 505 (Cooper 178, Lehmann 126, Doggett 4-82) by 111 runs
A good century of the South Australian man hitter Jake Lehmann put the Redbacks firmly in control against Queensland in Adelaide Oval.
Lehmann needed only 24 on the third morning for his seventh century first class. Despite losing Harry Nielsen at first, he was supported by Cameron Valente and Joe Mennie as he sailed to 126 before falling into an incredible field trap.
Lehmann's trail swept Marnus Labuschagne from the top to the bottom. The ball came to the rope, but Jack Wildermuth dived and took the ball over the rope, with his body in the air, and threw it to Charlie Hemphrey, who completed the catch on the field.
Lehmann was the eighth. man out, with a score of 460. But Kane Richardson, Chadd Sayers and Lloyd Pope were able to add another 45 to frustrate the Bulls and increase the lead to 274.
Redbacks peacekeepers, Mennie, achieved the key in the Initial advance Test contender Matt Renshaw fell in love with a duck after only 3 in the first innings. Renshaw was opposed to the dismissal of his first entry. After being knocked down by Mennie through the door, he attempted an expansive direct ride on the first day, and removed a ball that crossed him from the seam while trying to defend.
Joe Burns was also lost. He stung in the attempt to cut Sayers. Labuschagne made 28 of 82 balls before guiding Mennie directly to Jake Weatherald in the ravine to leave the Bulls 3 for 61. But Hemphrey and Sam Heazlett stood their ground with a 102-race run to guide visitors to the logs, Still with 111 races. 19659012]