2014–15 Sheffield Shield season

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2014–15 Sheffield Shield
Dates 31 October 2014 (2014-10-31)–25 March 2015 (2015-03-25)
Administrator(s) Cricket Australia
Cricket format First-class
Tournament format(s) Double round-robin and final
Champions  Victoria (29th title)
Participants 6
Matches played 31
Player of the series Western Australia Adam Voges
Most runs Western Australia Adam Voges (1,358)
Most wickets Victoria (Australia) Fawad Ahmed (48)

The 2014–15 Sheffield Shield season was the 113th season of the Sheffield Shield, the domestic first-class cricket competition of Australia. It was held after the conclusion of the Matador BBQs One-Day Cup and included a break halfway through for the entirety of the Big Bash League. Trials for day/night Tests with the pink ball continued from the previous season. This season introduced a new bonus point system based on the runs scored and wickets taken in the first 100 overs of both teams' first innings.[1] Due to Australia and New Zealand hosting the 2015 Cricket World Cup, several matches in the later rounds could not be held at the usual home grounds of the teams. The final was contested between Victoria and Western Australia. Due to the final of the World Cup being held at the MCG, Victoria, who earned the right to host the final by finishing on top of the ladder, had to choose an alternative ground. They opted for Bellerive Oval in Hobart. The final was drawn, meaning Victoria won their 29th title by finishing on top of the table. Adam Voges was the leading run-scorer and was named man of the series, while Fawad Ahmed took the most wickets of the season.

Points table[edit]

Team[2] Pld W L D NR BP Pts
 Victoria 10 6 3 0 1 20.43 57.43
 Western Australia 10 5 1 3 1 15.84 49.84
 New South Wales 10 5 3 1 1 15.26 47.26
 Queensland 10 4 5 0 1 14.49 39.49
 Tasmania 10 2 6 1 1 13.61 27.61
 South Australia 10 2 6 1 1 10.91 24.91

Round-Robin stage[edit]

Visitor team →NSW QLD SA TAS VIC WA
Home team ↓
New South WalesNSW
Inns & 78 runs
Match
abandoned
NSW
10 wickets
NSW
156 runs
WA
7 wickets
QueenslandQueensland
188 runs
Queensland
5 wickets
Match
abandoned
Queensland
Inns & 13 runs
WA
95 runs
South AustraliaNSW
168 runs
SA
8 wickets
SA
5 wickets
Victoria
Inns & 46 runs
Match drawn
TasmaniaNSW
Inns & 91 runs
Queensland
Inns & 50 runs
Tasmania
313 runs
Tasmania
8 wickets
Match drawn
VictoriaVictoria
9 wickets
Victoria
Inns & 14 runs
Victoria
Inns & 1 run
Victoria
400 runs
Match
abandoned
Western AustraliaMatch drawnWA
8 wickets
WA
8 wickets
WA
7 wickets
Victoria
117 runs
Home team wonVisitor team won
  • Note: Results listed are according to the home (horizontal) and visitor (vertical) teams.
  • Note: Click on a result to see a summary of the match.

Round 1[edit]

31 October – 3 November
Scorecard
v
366 (120.5 overs)
Peter Nevill 87 (140)
Scott Boland 6/67 (28 overs)
5/507d (122 overs)
David Hussey 129 (169)
Gurinder Sandhu 3/96 (28 overs)
271 (104 overs)
Ryan Carters 58 (131)
Fawad Ahmed 3/49 (27 overs)
1/131 (21.2 overs)
Marcus Stoinis 84* (63)
Josh Hazlewood 1/40 (9 overs)
  • Victoria won the toss and elected to field.
  • Bonus points: Victoria 2.85, New South Wales 1.26
  • First-class debuts: David King (Vic), Nick Larkin and Patrick Jackson (NSW)

31 October – 3 November
Scorecard
v
8/443d (124.2 overs)
Nick Stevens 158 (290)
Chadd Sayers 3/48 (27 overs)
4/368d (111.3 overs)
Callum Ferguson 100* (214)
Jason Floros 4/85 (27.3 overs)
152 (61.4 overs)
Joe Burns 98 (192)
Chadd Sayers 6/34 (20 overs)
2/228 (50.2 overs)
Mark Cosgrove 78 (95)
James Hopes 1/24 (12 overs)
 South Australia won by 8 wickets
Adelaide Oval
Umpires: Shawn Craig and Geoff Joshua
Player of the match: Chadd Sayers (SA)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Queensland 1.24, South Australia 1.12
  • Chadd Sayers took a hat-trick in Queensland's first innings
  • First-class debuts: Marnus Labuschagne and Ben McDermott (Qld)

31 October – 3 November
Scorecard
v
215 (86.2 overs)
Xavier Doherty 37 (38)
Nathan Rimmington 5/38 (17 overs)
353 (105.1 overs)
Cameron Bancroft 129 (271)
Andrew Fekete 5/80 (27.1 overs)
242 (79.5 overs)
Ed Cowan 100 (167)
Nathan Coulter-Nile 3/34 (14 overs)
3/105 (27.5 overs)
Michael Klinger 56* (70)
Sam Rainbird 2/3 (5 overs)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Western Australia 2.67, Tasmania 1.15
  • First-class debuts: Hamish Kingston (Tas)

Round 2[edit]

8–11 November (D/N)
Scorecard
v
279 (91.1 overs)
Peter Handscomb 96 (139)
Andrew Fekete 4/70 (28 overs)
253 (65.5 overs)
Ed Cowan 105 (120)
Daniel Christian 3/28 (11 overs)
173 (60.5 overs)
Daniel Christian 46 (48)
Sam Rainbird 2/22 (6 overs)
2/200 (55.1 overs)
Jordan Silk 97* (164)
Fawad Ahmed 1/38 (9.1 overs)
 Tasmania won by 8 wickets
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: Damien Mealey and Sam Nogajski
Player of the match: Ed Cowan (Tas)
  • Victoria won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Victoria 2.29, Tasmania 2.03

8–11 November (D/N)
Scorecard
v
230 (102.2 overs)
Nick Larkin 78 (173)
Johan Botha 6/34 (32.2 overs)
293 (88.2 overs)
Tom Cooper 121 (204)
Mitchell Starc 4/64 (23 overs)
5/392d (104 overs)
Scott Henry 142 (229)
Johan Botha 3/93 (30 overs)
161 (78.3 overs)
Phillip Hughes 69 (109)
Steve O'Keefe 5/24 (25 overs)
 New South Wales won by 168 runs
Adelaide Oval
Umpires: Gerard Abood and Wayne Knights (NZ)
Player of the match: Nick Larkin (NSW)
  • New South Wales won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: New South Wales 1.77, South Australia 2.43

8–11 November (D/N)
Scorecard
v
163 (64.4 overs)
Chris Hartley 48 (128)
Nathan Rimmington 5/27 (14 overs)
357 (132 overs)
Shaun Marsh 111 (196)
James Hopes 5/60 (38 overs)
210 (78 overs)
Greg Moller 86 (159)
Jason Behrendorff 7/70 (16 overs)
2/18 (9.4 overs)
Marcus Harris 10* (27)
James Hopes 2/10 (5 overs)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Queensland 0, Western Australia 2.12

Round 3[edit]

16–19 November
Scorecard
v
301 (124.4 overs)
Michael Klinger 100 (279)
Andrew Fekete 3/67 (25.4 overs)
247 (84.4 overs)
Ben Hilfenhaus 39 (40)
Simon Mackin 4/54 (20 overs)
6/270d (92 overs)
Adam Voges 109* (261)
James Faulkner 2/50 (22 overs)
8/215 (71 overs)
James Faulkner 63* (119)
Simon Mackin 4/36 (16 overs)
Match drawn
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: Bongani Jele (SA) and Paul Wilson
Player of the match: Simon Mackin (WA)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to field.
  • Bonus points: Western Australia 1.85, Tasmania 0.47

16–19 November
Scorecard
v
9/472d (123.4 overs)
Joe Burns 183 (255)
Sean Abbott 3/113 (25.4 overs)
302 (89.5 overs)
Nic Maddinson 118 (161)
Luke Feldman 5/83 (23 overs)
8/200d (40.4 overs)
James Hopes 69* (62)
Sean Abbott 3/60 (11.4 overs)
182 (59.4 overs)
Peter Nevill 66* (140)
Ryan Harris 4/59 (14 overs)
 Queensland won by 188 runs
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Umpires: Shawn Craig and Damien Mealey
Player of the match: Joe Burns (Qld)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Queensland 2.86, New South Wales 1.02

16–19 November
Scorecard
v
8/431d (118.5 overs)
Callum Ferguson 140 (283)
Peter Siddle 2/54 (23 overs)
7/607d (182 overs)
Peter Handscomb 134 (205)
Joe Mennie 3/102 (36 overs)
130 (40.3 overs)
Tim Ludeman 38 (57)
Peter Siddle 5/31 (12 overs)
 Victoria won by an innings and 46 runs
Adelaide Oval
Umpires: Greg Davidson and Michael Graham-Smith
Player of the match: Peter Siddle (Vic)
  • South Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: South Australia 1.19, Victoria 1.24

Round 4[edit]

The match between South Australia and New South Wales was abandoned after a hit to the head left Phillip Hughes in critical condition. The other matches in this round were abandoned before play on Day 2 as Hughes' condition remained unchanged.[3] Hughes died on 27 November.[1]

25–28 November
Scorecard
v
2/136 (48.3 overs)
Phillip Hughes 63* (161)
Shane Watson 1/7 (4 overs)
  • South Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • On Day 1, Phillip Hughes was hit in the head by a bouncer while batting and taken to hospital in a critical condition.[4] The remainder of the day's play was immediately suspended and the match abandoned the following day.[5] Hughes died two days later.[1] His final score was initially recorded as "63 retired hurt" but Cricket Australia retrospectively amended the scorecard to "63 not out".[6]

25–28 November
Scorecard
v
5/287 (96 overs)
Shaun Marsh 134* (216)
John Hastings 2/34 (20 overs)
  • Western Australia won the toss and elected to bat.

25–28 November
Scorecard
v
217 (78.1 overs)
Jonathan Wells 47 (67)
James Hopes 4/14 (20 overs)
1/73 (15 overs)
Usman Khawaja 31* (35)
Sam Rainbird 1/17 (4 overs)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat.

Round 5[edit]

Matches were originally scheduled for 5 to 8 December.[7]

9–12 December
Scorecard
v
268 (83.5 overs)
James Hopes 85 (106)
Mitchell Starc 3/52 (16 overs)
447 (153.2 overs)
Ryan Carters 198 (432)
Cameron Boyce 4/160 (43.2 overs)
99 (43.2 overs)
Joe Burns 27 (53)
Sean Abbott 6/14 (7 overs)
 New South Wales won by an innings and 78 runs
Sydney Cricket Ground
Umpires: Greg Davidson and John Ward
Player of the match: Sean Abbott (NSW)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Queensland 0.68, New South Wales 2.07

9–12 December
Scorecard
v
362 (113 overs)
Ed Cowan 147 (253)
Trent Lawford 5/82 (24 overs)
302 (92.2 overs)
Mark Cosgrove 79 (164)
Andrew Fekete 3/58 (19 overs)
8/298d (71 overs)
Ed Cowan 158 (199)
Johan Botha 3/51 (9 overs)
45 (38.3 overs)
Callum Ferguson 11 (94)
Ben Hilfenhaus 5/11 (14 overs)
 Tasmania won by 313 runs
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: Ashley Barrow and Shawn Craig
Player of the match: Ed Cowan (Tas)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus points: Tasmania 2.73, South Australia 2.02

9–12 December
Scorecard
v
350 (112.5 overs)
Rob Quiney 92 (192)
Simon Mackin 3/55 (25 overs)
287 (88.5 overs)
Adam Voges 101 (167)
Scott Boland 3/43 (18.5 overs)
341/3d (58.4 overs)
Daniel Christian 105* (99)
Simon Mackin 2/81 (10.4 overs)
287 (83 overs)
Adam Voges 139* (215)
Daniel Christian 3/18 (8 overs)
  • Western Australia won the toss and elected to field.
  • Bonus points: Victoria 2.83, Western Australia 1.37

Round 6[edit]

7–10 February
Scorecard
v
272 (83.3 overs)
Ed Cowan 76 (118)
Sean Abbott 3/74 (15 overs)
9/576d (157 overs)
Peter Nevill 235* (379)
Ben Hilfenhaus 3/126 (34 overs)
213 (87.4 overs)
Jordan Silk 71 (146)
Doug Bollinger 5/56 (19 overs)
 New South Wales won by an innings and 91 runs
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: Gerard Abood and Michael Graham-Smith
Player of the match: Peter Nevill (NSW)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus Points: Tasmania 1.72, New South Wales 2.91

7–10 February
Scorecard
v
260 (68 overs)
Matthew Wade 152 (173)
Peter George 5/78 (20 overs)
512 (120.4 overs)
Chris Lynn 250 (329)
James Pattinson 4/96 (24.4 overs)
239 (89.1 overs)
Chris Rogers 69 (149)
Simon Milenko 3/29 (11 overs)
 Queensland won by an innings and 13 runs
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Umpires: Geoff Joshua and Chettithody Shamshuddin (India)
Player of the match: Chris Lynn (Qld)
  • Victoria won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus Points: Queensland 3.56, Victoria 1.10

7–10 February
Scorecard
v
328 (85 overs)
Mark Cosgrove 89 (112)
Adam Voges 2/15 (8 overs)
9/467d (137.2 overs)
Michael Klinger 190 (301)
Kane Richardson 3/92 (30 overs)
260 (86.4 overs)
Callum Ferguson 84 (172)
Michael Hogan 4/64 (21.4 overs)
2/122 (27 overs)
Michael Klinger 51* (58)
Kane Richardson 2/17 (6 overs)
  • South Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus Points: Western Australia 3.14, South Australia 1.28

Round 7[edit]

15–18 February
Scorecard
v
206 (86.2 overs)
Nic Maddinson 49 (116)
Peter Siddle 2/37 (19 overs)
114 (50.1 overs)
Marcus Stoinis 64 (138)
Stephen O'Keefe 4/46 (18.1 overs)
233 (47.3 overs)
Nic Maddinson 93 (85)
Scott Boland 3/41 (10 overs)
169 (67.3 overs)
Peter Handscomb 66 (167)
Stephen O'Keefe 4/40 (18 overs)
 New South Wales won by 156 runs
Robertson Oval, Wagga Wagga
Umpires: Mick Martell and Phillip Gillespie
Player of the match: Stephen O'Keefe (NSW)

16–19 February
Scorecard
v
149 (46.3 overs)
Ben Dunk 71 (75)
James Hopes 4/24 (15 overs)
320 (81.2 overs)
James Hopes 98 (79)
Jackson Bird 4/55 (18.2 overs)
121 (36.1 overs)
Tim Paine 41 (62)
Simon Milenko 5/15 (10.1 overs)
 Queensland won by an innings and 50 runs
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: John Ward and Chettithody Shamshuddin (India)
Player of the match: James Hopes (Qld)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to field
  • Play delayed by 75 minutes at the start of Day 2 due to rain and lunch taken early also due to rain on Day 2
  • Bonus Points: Tasmania 1.50, Queensland 2.70

16–19 February
Scorecard
v
469 (131 overs)
Tom Cooper 83 (121)
Ashton Agar 5/133 (39 overs)
633 (159.3 overs)
Adam Voges 249 (366)
Adam Zampa 3/222 (51.3 overs)
238 (78.3 overs)
Adam Zampa 74 (113)
Ashton Agar 5/81 (30.5 overs)
4/72 (8 overs)
Shaun Marsh 44* (29)
Daniel Worrall 1/29 (4 overs)
Match Drawn
Gliderol Stadium, Adelaide
Umpires: Greg Davidson and Damien Mealey
Player of the match: Ashton Agar (WA)
  • South Australia won the toss and elected to bat
  • Bonus Points: South Australia 1.21, Western Australia 1.79

Round 8[edit]

24–27 February
Scorecard
v
364 (122.3 overs)
Dom Michael 97 (215)
Daniel Worrall 3/62 (28.3 overs)
295 (102.3 overs)
Tom Cooper 104 (212)
Jackson Bird 4/80 (19 overs)
5/219d (64 overs)
Beau Webster 59 (139)
Kane Richardson 2/25 (12 overs)
5/291 (79 overs)
Callum Ferguson 117* (192)
Jackson Bird 1/46 (17 overs)
South Australia won by 5 wickets
Gliderol Stadium, Adelaide
Umpires: Michael Graham-Smith and Mick Martell
Player of the match: Callum Ferguson (SA)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat
  • Bonus Points: South Australia 1.36, Tasmania 2.14

25–28 February
Scorecard
v
207 (98 overs)
Joe Burns 86 (199)
Fawad Ahmed 5/50 (27 overs)
389 (118 overs)
Rob Quiney 111 (165)
Michael Philipson 7/107 (30 overs)
168 (58.4 overs)
Peter Forrest 82* (147)
Peter Siddle 3/28 (13 overs)
Victoria won by an innings and 14 runs
Traegar Park, Alice Springs
Umpires: Sam Nojagski and Greg Davidson
Player of the match: Michael Philipson (Qld)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to bat
  • Bonus Points: Victoria 2.68, Queensland 1.57

25–28 February
Scorecard
v
345 (116 overs)
Peter Nevill 112 (248)
David Moody 4/60 (20 overs)
300 (131.1 overs)
Adam Voges 87 (217)
Nathan Lyon 3/73 (30.1 overs)
97 (54 overs)
Scott Henry 43 (114)
Ashton Agar 4/22 (20 overs)
3/143 (52 overs)
Adam Voges 54* (110)
Sean Abbott 2/34 (11 overs)
Western Australia won by 7 wickets
No 1 Sports Ground, Newcastle
Umpires: Paul Wilson and Anthony Wilds
Player of the match: Adam Voges (WA)
  • New South Wales won the toss and elected to bat
  • Rain reduced Day 1 to 75 overs.
  • Bonus Points: New South Wales 1.42, Western Australia 2.27

Round 9[edit]

5–8 March
Scorecard
v
237 (91.5 overs)
Jordan Silk 54 (80)
Stephen O'Keefe 3/37 (18.5 overs)
394 (143 overs)
Gurinder Sandhu 97* (179)
Clive Rose 3/110 (40 overs)
183 (62 overs)
Beau Webster 83 (137)
Doug Bollinger 4/23 (18 overs)
0/27 (11 overs)
Scott Henry 16* (32)
New South Wales won by 10 wickets
Bankstown Oval, Sydney
Umpires: Ashley Barrow and Sam Nojagski
Player of the match: Stephen O'Keefe (NSW)
  • Tasmania won the toss and elected to bat
  • Bonus Points: New South Wales 1.81, Tasmania 1.37

5–8 March
Scorecard
v
7/417d (146.5 overs)
Shaun Marsh 164* (296)
James Hopes 2/54 (28.5 overs)
7/279d (94 overs)
Chris Lynn 85 (142)
Nathan Rimmington 2/36 (17 overs)
173 (50.5 overs)
Adam Voges 59 (112)
Peter George 4/31 (12.5 overs)
216 (69.3 overs)
Chris Lynn 52 (69)
Ashton Agar 3/41 (12.3 overs)
Western Australia won by 95 runs
Allan Border Field, Brisbane
Umpires: Paul Wilson and Geoff Joshua
Player of the match: Shaun Marsh (WA)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to field.
  • Bonus Points: Queensland 0.79, Western Australia 1.27

5–8 March
Scorecard
v
6/534d (143 overs)
David Hussey 142 (170)
Adam Zampa 3/145 (29 overs)
175 (57 overs)
Jake Lehmann 54 (105)
Peter Siddle 8/54 (18 overs)
358f/o (125.2 overs)
Travis Head 85 (233)
Marcus Stoinis 3/27 (12 overs)
Victoria won by an innings and 1 run
Gliderol Stadium, Adelaide
Umpires: John Ward and Michael Graham-Smith
Player of the match: Peter Siddle (Vic)
  • Victoria won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus Points: Victoria 3.05, South Australia 0

Round 10[edit]

13–16 March
Scorecard
v
230 (65.1 overs)
Adam Zampa 67 (97)
James Hopes 4/38 (16.1 overs)
390 (132 overs)
Charlie Hemphrey 118 (268)
Nick Benton 4/95 (39 overs)
458 (109.1 overs)
Callum Ferguson 107 (196)
Ben Cutting 5/88 (19 overs)
5/301 (63.4 overs)
Joe Burns 135* (187)
Joe Mennie 2/87 (19 overs)
Queensland won by 5 wickets
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Umpires: Sam Nojagski and Ashley Barrow
Player of the match: Joe Burns (Qld)
  • Queensland won the toss and elected to field.
  • Bonus Points: Queensland 2.09, South Australia 0.80

13–16 March
Scorecard
v
449 (128.3 overs)
Peter Handscomb 104 (168)
Andrew Fekete 5/66 (27 overs)
145 (44.1 overs)
Dominic Michael 52 (80)
Jon Holland 6/41 (17 overs)
2/230d (49 overs)
Chris Rogers 69 (79)
Andrew Fekete 1/40 (10 overs)
134 (53.5 overs)
Tim Paine 32 (55)
Fawad Ahmed 5/35 (11.5 overs)
Victoria won by 400 runs
Traegar Park, Alice Springs
Umpires: Geoff Joshua and Paul Wilson
Player of the match: Jon Holland (Vic)
  • Victoria won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bonus Points: Victoria 2.89, Tasmania 0.50

13–16 March
Scorecard
v
407 (113.4 overs)
Moises Henriques 145 (211)
Nathan Coulter-Nile 3/58 (21.4 overs)
4/483d (206.1 overs)
Cameron Bancroft 211 (567)
Doug Bollinger 2/60 (29 overs)
  • New South Wales won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Bad light and rain reduced Day 1 to 64 overs and ended Day 2 early.
  • Cameron Bancroft and Michael Klinger's partnership of 324 is the highest 2nd-wicket partnership in WA's history.
  • Bonus Points: Western Australia 0.36, New South Wales 1.44

Final[edit]

21–25 March
Scorecard
v
421 (134 overs)
Adam Voges 107 (153)
Fawad Ahmed 8/89 (40 overs)
381 (153.5 overs)
Chris Rogers 112 (178)
Ashton Agar 3/100 (44 overs)
2/293d (55 overs)
Marcus Harris 158* (153)
Peter Siddle 1/67 (16 overs)
4/158 (95 overs)
Rob Quiney 53 (163)
Nathan Coulter-Nile 2/31 (18 overs)
Match Drawn
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Umpires: Mick Martell and Simon Fry
Player of the match: Marcus Harris (WA)
  • Western Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Rain reduced Day 3 to 61 overs.
  • Fawad Ahmed (Vic) took the best bowling figures in Sheffield Shield final history (8/89).

Statistics[edit]

Most runs[edit]

Player Team Mat Inns NO Runs Ave HS 100 50
Adam Voges  Western Australia 11 20 7 1358 104.46 249 6 5
Michael Klinger  Western Australia 11 20 2 1046 58.11 190 4 3
Cameron Bancroft  Western Australia 11 19 0 896 47.15 211 3 3
Callum Ferguson  South Australia 10 19 3 836 52.25 140 4 3
Ed Cowan  Tasmania 9 17 0 815 47.94 158 4 2
[9]

Most wickets[edit]

Player Team Mat Inns Overs Wkts Ave BBI SR
Fawad Ahmed  Victoria 11 20 359 48 24.85 8/89 44.80
Andrew Fekete  Tasmania 10 17 296.5 37 24.10 5/66 48.10
Nathan Rimmington  Western Australia 10 17 300.2 35 24.22 5/27 51.40
Ashton Agar  Western Australia 9 15 318.1 31 30.48 5/81 61.50
James Hopes  Queensland 9 15 302.4 30 21.96 5/60 60.50
[10]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Phillip Hughes death: the news the country dreaded". The Sydney Morning Herald. 27 November 2014. Retrieved 27 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "Sheffield Shield, 2014/15 / Points table". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 22 October 2014. 
  3. ^ Smith, Martin (26 November 2014). "Sheffield Shield round abandoned". Cricket Australia. Retrieved 28 November 2014. 
  4. ^ Brettig, Daniel (25 November 2014). "Hughes in critical condition after being hit by bouncer". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 25 November 2014. 
  5. ^ Brettig, Daniel (25 November 2014). "Distraught players offered counselling for Hughes blow". Cricinfo. ESPN. Retrieved 25 November 2014. 
  6. ^ Smith, Martin (30 November 2014). "It's official: Hughes will be 63 not out forever". Cricket Australia. 
  7. ^ "Sheffield Shield delayed, BBL matches rescheduled". Cricinfo. ESPN. 4 December 2014. Retrieved 4 December 2014. 
  8. ^ "List of first-class matches umpired by Phillip Gillespie". CricketArchive. Retrieved 26 February 2017. (Subscription required (help)). 
  9. ^ http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/batting/most_runs_career.html?id=9339;type=tournament
  10. ^ http://stats.espncricinfo.com/ci/engine/records/bowling/most_wickets_career.html?id=9339;type=tournament

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