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Pucovski's 188 headlines run-fest at the MCG

A maiden Sheffield Shield century from Victorian young gun Will Pucovski helped Victoria almost draw level with Queensland in a run feast at the MCG

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Renshaw's 170 propels Queensland

The discarded Australia opener scored a 218-ball 170 to put his side in control against Victoria on the first day

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Queensland trounce Tasmania to top table

Luke Feldman claimed a nine-for in the match, including a career-best 6 for 32 in the first innings to hand Queensland a 206-run win

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Feldman's 6 for 32 puts Queensland in control

Tasmania were bundled out for 115 as Queensland finished the second day ahead by 335, with four wickets remaining in the second innings

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South Australia rise with Travis Head's 132

The captain made his sixth first-class century - an aggressive one - to make Queensland fret in the first Sheffield Shield match at Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns

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Queensland fall seven short in thrilling draw

Queensland fell just seven runs short of their target of 297 with three wickets in hand to draw against Western Australia on the fourth day in Perth

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Burnt toast stops play

Nathan Lyon was in paradise, until he decided to make himself something to eat, which somehow led to fire trucks arriving at a cricket ground

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Burns 70 steers Queensland home

Matt Renshaw spent some time valuable time at the crease in the build-up to the Ashes, last 109 balls for 19, and adding an opening partnership of 82 with Joe Burns

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Khawaja hundred helps Queensland topple Victoria

Usman Khawaja took away the Player-of-the-Match award; Jack Wildermuth and Michael Neser returned combined figures of 7 for 88 in the second innings to take Queensland home

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Klinger trumps Neser in Sydney run-fest

Michael Klinger, Shaun Marsh and an aggressive Cameron Bancroft maintained Western Australia's unbeaten start to the domestic limited-overs competition by powering them to a total beyond Queensland's reach in a rain-affected match at the Drummoyne Oval

2017 Sheffield Shield / Pura Cup

TeamMWLTPNRR
QLD731031.92--
TAS733029.14--
NSW733027.54--
SOA723026.26--
WA723025.41--
VIC711023.19--

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