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RESULT
29th match, Adelaide, March 20 - 23, 2019, Sheffield Shield
260 & 192
(T:167) 286 & 167/3

Victoria won by 7 wickets

Player Of The Match
3/38 & 4/34
chris-tremain
Report

Tremain and Pattinson bowl Victoria towards pre-final victory

Brad Davis made a maiden first-class fifty but it was another poor batting display from South Australia

Chris Tremain in his delivery stride, Victoria v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Junction Oval, February 25, 2019

Chris Tremain in his delivery stride  •  Getty Images

Victoria 286 (Pucovski 82, Gotch 63, Short 56) and 0 for 69 need 98 more runs to beat South Australia 260 and 192 (Davis 52, Tremain 4-34)
Victoria were well on track to head into their home Sheffield Shield final with another victory under their belt after making strong progress towards a target of 167 against bottom-placed South Australia.
The Redbacks continued their forgettable Shield season slipping to 4 for 39 in their second innings after Victoria earned a lead of 26. A battling display from the middle order avoided a complete collapse, but the last five wickets then fell for 26 as Chris Tremain finished with 4 for 34.
By stumps, Victoria had motored to 0 for 69 with openers Marcus Harris and Travis Dean getting the required runs under a hundred.
James Pattinson made the early inroads during a lively new-ball spell and had two wickets before he conceded a run when he removed Jake Weatherald and Kelvin Smith to leave South Australia 2 for 2.
Tremain and Andrew Fekete chipped in and it appeared the Redbacks could be blown away but captain Travis Head provided resistance, while Brad Davis struck his maiden first-class fifty in a determined 137-ball occupation of the crease.
Tremain returned to remove Head, who sent a leading edge back to the bowler, before Davis and Harry Nielsen added 64 for the sixth wicket to give hope of setting a competitive fourth-innings chase. However, Nielsen fell to the part-time spin of Matt Short then the rest of the innings was wrapped up by Tremain and Jon Holland.