Matthew Renshaw has blasted an unbeaten 156 for Queensland successful the Marsh Cup – and a butchered caught-and-bowled accidental erstwhile the erstwhile Test opener was connected 98 added to South Australia's misery.
Renshaw struck 156 from conscionable 109 deliveries and Max Bryant 68 from 67, arsenic the Bulls hunted down the required 275 runs successful 42.1 overs, accounting for the full with six wickets successful hand.
Renshaw's past 54 runs came from conscionable 18 balls – a brutal reply to Pope's missed accidental – and his innings included 15 fours and 5 sixes.
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But Queensland were helped by a blunder from Lloyd Pope successful the 36th implicit astatine Adelaide's Karen Rolton Oval, which saw the leg-spinner neglect to swallow a aureate opportunity.
Renshaw struck a well-pitched Pope transportation backmost astatine the wrist-spinner but the Redbacks prima appeared wholly lost, putting his hands up to drawback the shot earlier failing to adjacent interaction it.
The shot made its mode to long-on and the batters ran a single, taking Renshaw to 99, earlier the left-hander reached a period soon aft a drinks break.
"What a chance!" said commentator Adam Peacock connected the Fox Cricket broadcast.
"A existent chance, a existent let-off for Matthew Renshaw connected the cusp of his first-ever period successful Marsh Cup cricket."
Renshaw hasn't played a Test since April 2018, but the 25-year-old was picked successful the Australia A squad earlier this month.