Western Australia 1 for 183 (Robinson 71*, Simmons 52*) lead South Australia 93 (Hogan 5-24) by 90 runs

The second day of the Sheffield Shield clash between Western Australia and South Australia in Perth was washed out without a ball being bowled. The Warriors will resume on the third day with a lead of 90 after they skittled the Redbacks for 93 on the opening day.

South Australia's coach, Darren Berry, said his team had put in an embarrassing performance on the first day.

"We lacked a bit of commitment with the bat and I think we played at too many balls which we could have left alone," Berry told reporters in Perth. "There's no excuses from us ... it wasn't about the wicket, we just batted badly. It's one thing to get knocked over with the bat, but I think we were really poor with the ball as well."