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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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Nielsen's debut ton resurrects South Australia

The son of former South Australia wicketkeeper Tim Nielsen scored a memorable 105 on his Shield debut to take his side past 350 after they lost early wickets

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Wells and Bosisto secure draw for Western Australia

Western Australia opener Jon Wells scored the third hundred of his first-class career as the Warriors frustrated Victoria by playing out a draw on the final day at the MCG

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Victoria soar with Maxwell's 96

Glenn Maxwell continued his fine Sheffield Shield form with 96 as Victoria went to stumps on 4 for 247 in reply to the Warriors' 243

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Patterson, Cowan claim draw for NSW

Victoria were denied their first win of the season as Ed Cowan, Kurtis Patterson and Sean Abbott helped NSW battle to a draw

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Holland, Tremain pin down NSW after Maxwell 278

Chris Tremain and Jon Holland took five wickets between them to leave New South Wales at 5 for 125 after Glenn Maxwell's 278 had pushed Victoria to a mammoth 9 for 562

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Doolan's 247* sets Victoria 453 to win

Ashes hopeful Glenn Maxwell (with a remarkably sedate strike rate of 39) and Victoria captain Peter Handscomb were at the crease on 20 and 5 respectively

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Bailey shows his class in lone hand for Tasmania

The Tasmania captain made 106 out of his side's total of 172, on a bowlers day in Melbourne in which Tim Paine, Matthew Wade, Glenn Maxwell and Peter Handscomb were all out in single digits

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Maxwell fires second fifty as Victoria claim draw

Jake Lehmann won the Player-of-the-Match award for his double of 103 and 93 as South Australia fell two wickets short of outright victory over Victoria

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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

2017 Sheffield Shield / Pura Cup


Top Run ScorersMar'17 to Feb'18