Western Australia v South Australia
Sheffield Shield 1988/89
VenueWestern Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth on 17th, 18th, 19th December 1988 (4-day match)
Balls per over6
TossWestern Australia won the toss and decided to field
ResultWestern Australia won by an innings and 103 runs
PointsWestern Australia 6; South Australia 0
UmpiresRJ Evans, TA Prue
Close of play day 1South Australia (1) 37/4 (Bishop 22*, Sleep 2*)
Close of play day 2Western Australia (1) 156/4 (Brayshaw 12*, Andrews 22*)

South Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
AMJ Hilditchb Capes2810-- 
GA Bishoplbw b Alderman2764912- 
PC Nobeslbw b Capes11520-- 
*DW Hookesc Zoehrer b Alderman61419-- 
DS Lehmannc Wood b Alderman021-- 
PR Sleepc Andrews b Reid311181592- 
DB Scottc Marsh b MacLeay3568804- 
+PW Andersonc Veletta b MacLeay719241- 
TBA Mayc Veletta b MacLeay41522-- 
DA Clarkec Wood b MacLeay2611-- 
PW Gladigaunot out097-- 
Extras(8 lb, 5 nb)13
Total(all out, 232 minutes, 55.3 overs)128
Fall of wickets:
1-8 (Hilditch), 2-12 (Nobes), 3-25 (Hookes), 4-25 (Lehmann), 5-45 (Bishop), 6-99 (Scott), 7-114 (Anderson), 8-125 (Sleep), 9-127 (May), 10-128 (Clarke, 55.3 ov)
Western Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Capes13   3452--
Alderman17   7163--
Reid15   3351--

Western Australia first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GR Marshc Anderson b Gladigau075-- 
MRJ Velettarun out431161494- 
TM Moodyc Anderson b Gladigau64741179- 
*GM Woodc Hookes b Gladigau012-- 
JA Brayshawb Scott811772238- 
WS Andrewslbw b Gladigau2461532- 
+TJ Zoehrerc Clarke b May6378979- 
KH MacLeaynot out2751713- 
PA Capesc Sleep b May153-- 
TM Aldermannot out91216-- 
BA Reiddid not bat      
Extras(2 b, 10 lb, 11 nb)23
Total(8 wickets, declared, 376 minutes, 95 overs)335
Fall of wickets:
1-1 (Marsh), 2-110 (Moody), 3-110 (Wood), 4-119 (Veletta), 5-163 (Andrews), 6-252 (Zoehrer), 7-308 (Brayshaw), 8-309 (Capes)
South Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Gladigau25   4784--
Clarke14   5480--
Scott8   1401--
May33   61022--
Sleep11   1450--
Hookes4   0100--

South Australia second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
GA Bishopc MacLeay b Reid32831472- 
AMJ Hilditchc MacLeay b Capes1610-- 
*DW Hookesc Marsh b MacLeay1519173- 
DS Lehmannc MacLeay b Reid2451654- 
PR Sleepc Brayshaw b Reid031-- 
PC Nobesc Marsh b Alderman021-- 
DB Scottlbw b Alderman11419-- 
+PW Andersonnot out1226382- 
TBA Mayc Zoehrer b Alderman385-- 
DA Clarkec Andrews b Alderman1019212- 
PW Gladigauc Zoehrer b Alderman044-- 
Extras(2 lb, 4 nb)6
Total(all out, 163 minutes, 38.2 overs)104
Fall of wickets:
1-8 (Hilditch), 2-26 (Hookes), 3-72 (Lehmann), 4-72 (Sleep), 5-73 (Nobes), 6-77 (Scott), 7-77 (Bishop), 8-80 (May), 9-98 (Clarke), 10-104 (Gladigau, 38.2 ov)
Western Australia bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Capes6   1271--
Reid13   4283--
MacLeay8   3211--

--> The match was scheduled for four days but completed in three.
--> DA Clarke made his debut in first-class matches
--> DA Clarke made his debut in Sheffield Shield matches
--> DB Scott made his last appearance in first-class matches
--> DB Scott made his last appearance in Sheffield Shield matches
--> DA Clarke made his last appearance in Sheffield Shield matches
--> TM Moody (1) 50 in 65 balls, 96 minutes with 7 fours
--> TM Moody (1) passed 2000 runs in first-class matches when he reached 34
--> JA Brayshaw (1) 50 in 145 balls, 187 minutes with 4 fours
--> JA Brayshaw (1) passed his previous highest score of 60 in Sheffield Shield matches
--> JA Brayshaw (1) passed his previous highest score of 60 in first-class matches
--> TJ Zoehrer (1) 50 in 60 balls, 81 minutes with 8 fours
--> DS Lehmann (2) passed his previous highest score of 10 in Sheffield Shield matches
--> DS Lehmann (2) passed his previous highest score of 10 in first-class matches
--> TM Alderman reached 300 wickets in Sheffield Shield matches when he dismissed DS Lehmann, his 2nd wicket in the South Australia first innings

Twelfth Men: AD Mullally (WA) and JC Scuderi (SA)





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