Renshaw scores 63 for Queensland in Sheffield Shield

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Late wickets to Brendan Doggett helped South Australia fight back at the Gabba against Queensland.

Former Bulls paceman Brendan Doggett snared two late wickets against his old team to ensure honours were shared on the opening day of the rain-affected Sheffield Shield clash between Queensland and South Australia at the Gabba.

At stumps on Thursday, the Bulls, having been sent into bat by the visitors, were 4-158, with Jack Clayton (34*) and Max Bryant (1*) at the crease.

In a match already reduced to three days because of the southeast Queensland floods, only 72 overs were bowled, with play delayed by morning storms.

Former Test opener Matt Renshaw was the best of the Queensland batsman.

Batting at No.3, Renshaw made a patient 63 from 166 balls, before falling leg before wicket to Doggett.

His dismissal left the Bulls at 3-150, with Doggett striking again soon after to send Sam Truloff back to the pavilion for a duck.

Doggett finished the day with 2-45 from 20 overs, while Liam Scott (2-37) also grabbed a brace of wickets.

“It would have been nice not to lose those two late wickets, but I feel like we’re in a really good position going forward,” Renshaw said.

“There are still two long days of cricket left, and we know at the Gabba things can move pretty quickly.”

Originally published as Brendan Doggett snares late wickets to leave Shield match evenly poised at the Gabba


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