South Australia 288 and 5 for 232 (Cooper 89, Raphael 55) lead New South Wales 292 (Patterson 81, Botha 4-70) by 228 runs
New South Wales, who began the day at 230 for 5, could only add 62 to that score as Botha and Kane Richardson ran through New South Wales' tail to bundle them out in 23 overs. Peter Nevill scored 71, but received little support from the other end, as Botha (4 for 70) and Richardson (3 for 61) restricted New South Wales' lead to just four runs.
South Australia lost Michael Klinger and Andrew McDonald early in the second innings, but Cooper put up big stands with Raphael and Callum Ferguson to help his team wrest back the advantage. Raphael fell for 55 having struck nine fours, while Cooper hit seven fours and four sixes during his 89. Steve O'Keefe picked up the wickets of both batsmen, and Doug Bollinger added another late blow by dismissing Richardson for a duck, but Ferguson remained unbeaten on 44 to take South Australia's lead to 228.