• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c †Nevill b Sandhu
    32
    103
    4
    0
    31.06
    lbw b Sandhu
    6
    29
    1
    0
    20.68
    b Sandhu
    3
    7
    0
    0
    42.85
    c McKay b O'Keefe
    55
    151
    6
    0
    36.42
    c Wade b O'Keefe
    86
    175
    8
    0
    49.14
    c Wade b Sandhu
    107
    182
    17
    0
    58.79
    c Cooper b McKay
    4
    17
    1
    0
    23.52
    lbw b McKay
    2
    6
    0
    0
    33.33
    c Hughes b Stoinis
    22
    47
    3
    0
    46.80
    c †Nevill b McKay
    8
    21
    2
    0
    38.09
    not out
    3
    15
    0
    0
    20.00
    Extras
    5 (nb 5)
    TOTAL
    333 all out (124.4 Overs, RR: 2.67)
    Fall of wickets: 1-16 (HG Kuhn, 11.2 ov), 2-20 (K Zondo, 13.6 ov), 3-56 (RR Hendricks, 33.2 ov), 4-134 (T Bavuma, 62.4 ov), 5-216 (JL Ontong, 88.6 ov), 6-235 (D Wiese, 94.4 ov), 7-239 (SR Harmer, 96.3 ov), 8-302 (GC Viljoen, 113.1 ov), 9-325 (CA Dry, 118.6 ov), 10-333 (F Behardien, 124.4 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    JP Behrendorff2436802.8300
    CJ McKay28135231.8500
    GS Sandhu26.458943.3305
    SNJ O'Keefe2967522.5800
    MP Stoinis1724912.8800

Close of Play

  • Thu, 14 Aug - day 1 - South Africa A 1st innings 220/5 (F Behardien 35*, D Wiese 0*, 90 ov)
  • Fri, 15 Aug - day 2 - no play
  • Sat, 16 Aug - day 3 - Australia A 1st innings 180/2 (PJ Hughes 71*, CJ Ferguson 17*, 63 ov)
  • Sun, 17 Aug - day 4 - Australia A 1st innings 454/3d (143.1 ov) - end of match
  • Hughes scores 243 in drawn game

    With an unbeaten 243, Phillip Hughes dominated proceedings once again as the second four-day game between Australia A and South Africa A ended in a draw

  • Hughes, Cooper lead strong Australia A reply

    Fifties from Phillip Hughes and Tom Cooper, who also shared a 120-run second-wicket stand, helped Australia A reach a strong 2 for 180 on the third day of the four-day game against South Africa A

  • Sandhu, O'Keefe keep South Africa A in check

    The South Africa A captain Justin Ontong fell short of a century on the first day of the second match against Australia A in Townsville, where it was slow going for the visitors after they chose to bat