Jake Lehmann has revealed that his father, Darren, could quit as Australia coach if he was selected for the national side.
Victoria won their third successive Sheffield Shield title after a draw with South Australia at Traeger Park, Alice Springs, in the 2016/17 Final. For the Victorians it was their 31st title but the first time a Bushrangers side had claimed three successive titles, as well as becoming became only the fifth side in Shield history […]
Joe Mennie strengthened his Australian Test claims by taking 9-88 as South Australia (SA) beat Tasmania (TAS) by 193 runs to secure their place in the Sheffield Shield final. Tasmanian skipper George Bailey won the toss and opted to field first in Hobart – a decision which his bowlers backed up as they restricted SA […]
A returning Pat Cummins took eight wickets as New South Wales (NSW) went second in the Sheffield Shield ladder by beating South Australia (SA) by eight wickets at the SCG. SA skipper Travis Head won the toss and decided to bat – his side went on to make 229 in their first innings as Callum […]
South Australia (SA) and Queensland (QLD) played out an enthralling encounter in which the former came out on top thanks to a 50 in each innings from Jake Lehmann and 10 vital wickets from Adam Zampa. QLD skipper Joe Burns won the toss and opted to bat first – a decision which worked for him […]
In Round Seven of the Sheffield Shield SA won the toss and chose to field on a wicket which would seem to favour bowlers. It proved to be the case as Chadd Sayers tore through the VIC top order to finish with 4-40, while Kane Richardson again impressed with 2-46 and Adam Zampa took 2-45. […]
Jake Lehmann saw South Australia (SA) home against New South Wales (NSW) by two wickets to claim their third Shield win and go second in the ladder.
Victoria (VIC) continued their 100 per cent record in this year’s Sheffield Shield as they beat South Australia (SA) by five wickets at the MCG.
Queensland (QLD) picked up their first victory of the Sheffield Shield this year as they beat South Australia (SA) by 128 runs at Brisbane.
South Australia (SA) went to the top of the Sheffield Shield table as they brushed aside Tasmania (TAS) at the Adelaide Oval with Chadd Sayers taking a career best 11-76.