Victoria 5 for 248 (White 68*, Harris 66, Winter 3-41) trail South Australia 379 (Nielsen 105, Lehmann 83, Mennie 75) by 131 runs
Cameron White led Victoria's reply but the young left-arm paceman Nick Winter impressed for South Australia on day two of the Sheffield Shield match at Adelaide Oval. Peter Handscomb, in Australia's squad for the tour to South Africa, was dismissed for a duck.
Victoria made a strong start against the South Australia bowlers as Marcus Harris and Travis Dean added 114 for the first wicket in response to SA's total of 379 either side of the lunch interval.
However Winter, who showed an ability to swing the Dukes ball, persisted and was rewarded with the first three wickets of the innings. These included Handscomb, dragging a full delivery onto his stumps after it swung back just enough to beat the middle of the bat.
Eamonn Vines helped White steady the innings before he was pinned lbw by Tom Cooper's part-time offspin, and Matthew Short fell to Joe Mennie before stumps were taken, with Victoria still 131 runs in deficit.