South Australia 315 (Lehmann 126, Raphael 65, George 3-50, Swepson 3-64) and 0 for 29 (Cooper 18*, Cosgrove 10*) need another 389 runs to beat Queensland 6 for 474 dec and 8 for 258 dec (Heazlett 72, Hartley 55)
Jake Lehmann completed his second first-class century on the third day of South Australia's match against Queensland in Adelaide, but the Redbacks faced a huge task to push for victory on the final day. Set 418 to win, South Australia went to stumps on 0 for 29, with Tom Cooper on 18 and Mark Cosgrove on 10, and they needed a further 389 runs.
The day had started with South Australia on 5 for 252 in their first innings and Lehmann was on 92; he moved into triple figures for the second time this summer and was the second-last man dismissed for the Redbacks, lbw to Peter George for 126. George finished with 3 for 50.
Queensland's 159-run first-innings lead ballooned in the second innings as Sam Heazlett scored 72 and Chris Hartley made 55, with Test squad member Chadd Sayers collecting 2 for 51. Test opener Joe Burns made 30 to add to his 35 in the first innings as he prepares for the series against New Zealand.