Ashton Agar took a marvelous catch in the 15th match of Australia’s Sheffield Shield 2019-20 tournament.
Talking about the match, it was the 15th match of the Sheffield Shield. Western Australia was hosting South Australia at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth. Western Australia’s captain Ashton Turner opted to bat first and Western Australia also won the match by 36 runs.
Batting first the Western Australia team declared at 492/8. For Western Australia Cameron Green scored a hundred before he was dismissed by Adam Zampa at 126 (194). The Wicket Keeper batsman of Western Australia Josh Inglis also scored some good runs for his team. He scored 91 runs in 162 balls.
South Australia was all out on 353 by the bowlers of Western Australia in the first inning. For South Australia, Alex Carry played a captain knock and led the team from the front. He scored 143 runs in 200 balls.
With a lead of 139 runs from the first inning, the Western Australia team declared the second inning at 205/6 and gave the target of 344 to South Australia.
Chasing the target of 344 runs it was not a good start for South Australia as the opener Henery Hunt was dismissed at a duck. Ashton Agar standing at point took a marvelous catch to dismiss him. South Australia also lost the match by 36 runs.