NSW v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Canberra

Reardon and Hartley save Bulls from disaster

ESPNcricinfo staff

November 27, 2012

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Queensland 7 for 198 (Reardon 71, Hartley 66) v New South Wales
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Nathan Reardon and Chris Hartley saved Queensland from embarrassment on the first day against New South Wales in Canberra, where the Bulls stumbled to 4 for 18 after choosing to bat. At stumps, Queensland had recovered to 7 for 198, with Ben Cutting on 23 and Cameron Gannon on 4, after the loss of Reardon for 71 late in the day.

Doug Bollinger picked up two wickets from the first three balls of the match, trapping Wade Townsend lbw for a golden duck and Usman Khawaja lbw for a second-ball duck. Bollinger's fellow left-armer Josh Lalor then got rid of Joe Burns for 1 from 30 deliveries and Peter Forrest for 17 to leave the Bulls in serious trouble, before Reardon and Hartley staged a recovery.

Their 117-run partnership put the match back on a slightly more even keel, although both men had lives early - both dropped by Steven Smith. Reardon was put down on 2 and Hartley on 8 off the bowling of Bollinger, and the misses proved costly for New South Wales.

Eventually it was the debutant legspinner Adam Zampa who removed both batsmen, before the captain Steve O'Keefe chipped in with the wicket of Nathan Hauritz.

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Posted by Meety on (November 29, 2012, 4:18 GMT)

@ L.P.Grace on (November 27 2012, 23:38 PM GMT) - the great irony with Copeland is, he did it as 12th man in a game he shouldn't of been dropped for! Despite having a massive workload - he hasn't been injured bowling! He slipped on a step! @DylanBrah on (November 27 2012, 12:34 PM GMT) - got another in the 2nd innings - give him a Baggy Green NOW I say!! LOL! I think NSW have been grooming him a while now.

Posted by L.P.Grace on (November 27, 2012, 23:38 GMT)

@Abhisek Bharadwaj Copeland is injured.

Queensland desperately need someone to open with Townsend. Kemp/Broad/Robinson and now Burns have all failed there.

Posted by   on (November 27, 2012, 15:31 GMT)

can ne1 tell me wherez Copeland coz last I chckd he was leading the Aussies attack in SL n now he is not good enough to warrant a place in NSW???

Posted by DylanBrah on (November 27, 2012, 12:34 GMT)

Good to see a young legspinner (Zampa) pick up a couple of wickets on debut! Look forward to seeing him bowl for the first time tomorrow.

Posted by Moppa on (November 27, 2012, 10:02 GMT)

Has anyone seen this kid Zampa bowl - is he more round-arm and going for side-spin, or have a higher action and a wrong'un?

Posted by Meety on (November 27, 2012, 7:22 GMT)

Wow Steven Smith shelling 2 catches. Bolly must of been on fire!

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