New South Wales v South Australia, Sheffield Shield, 3rd day

South Australia battle after Nevill hundred

ESPNcricinfo staff

December 9, 2010

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South Australia 188 & 4 for 178 (Ferguson 55*) trail New South Wales 8 for 461 (Hauritz 146, Nevill 108*, Khawaja 53) by 95 runs
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Callum Ferguson attacks Western Australia, South Australia v Western Australia, Sheffield Shield, 2nd day, Adelaide Oval, October 30, 2010
Callum Ferguson holds the key for South Australia after finishing unbeaten on 55 © Getty Images
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South Australia is fighting to make New South Wales bat again after hundreds to Peter Nevill and Nathan Hauritz put the hosts in a commanding position. The Blues declared after lunch at 8 for 461 and had the Redbacks 4 for 178 at stumps, still 95 behind with a day to play.

Callum Ferguson delivered a timely reminder to the national selectors with 55 not out while Daniel Christian was unbeaten on 43 as the battling visitors finished with a promising stand of 76. South Australia were in trouble after Tom Moffat finished his first game with 0 and 11 after nicking Trent Copeland, while the captain Michael Klinger (9) was caught behind off Stuart Clark. Steven Smith picked up his first wicket when he had Tom Cooper stumped on 41 and also had Aiden Blizzard lbw for 3.

It was much easier batting for New South Wales and Nevill, the wicketkeeper, gained his second Shield century. He collected 12 fours and a six and stormed from his half-century to his hundred in 38 balls.

Nevill built on the work of Hauritz, who became the highest scoring nightwatchman in the competition. His 146, which ended when he edged Christian, overtook the 134 of Victoria's Ray Jordon in 1963-64.

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