New South Wales 246 and 3 by 84 (Larkin 30 *, Sayers 2-33) lead South Australia 273 (Lehmann 61, Cooper 40, Copeland 6-86) by 57 races  Trent Copeland recognizes the crowd after winning his six-for Mark Brake / Getty Images
A six-legged shot of the New South Wales veteran Trent Copeland put his game against the South Australia on the tip of a knife on the last day in Adelaide Oval.
The Redbacks had built a platform to establish a big advantage early on the third day. Daniel Sams made the first breakthrough by eliminating Callum Ferguson by 36. Copeland then claimed Jake Lehmann by 61.
Tom Cooper and Harry Neilsen put up a 42-run spot before Steve O & # 39; Keefe covered Cooper LBW by 40.
Copeland then went to work, accumulating the following four leathers as South Australia achieved only a 27-race lead in the first inning. Copeland finished with 6 of 86 over 30 passes, his 17th course of five courtyards in first-class cricket.
New South Wales claimed the lead, but Chadd Sayers kept his progression under control, eliminating Daniel Hughes and Kurtis Patterson at a low price. Moises Henriques was knocked down by Nick Winter for 12 to leave the game in a precarious position. Nick Larkin remained 30, not with the Blues, only 57 races ahead with seven windows in hand towards the last day.