Kerry match world record, Buckingham claims six to win South Australia


Alex Carey Shines in Record-Breaking Performance
Alex Carey, the 32-year-old Test wicketkeeper, made headlines with an extraordinary performance, equaling the world record for the most catches in a List A cricket innings during South Australia’s Marsh Cup victory over Queensland.

Five-Star Show by Jordan Buckingham
Player of the match, Jordan Buckingham, played a pivotal role in the victory, securing a career-best 6 for 41 as he bowled Queensland out for 218 at Karen Rolton Oval in Adelaide.

Redbacks Secure Win with Stellar Batting Display
South Australia clinched the win with a five-wicket victory in the 45th over, thanks to Thomas Kelly’s impressive 81 runs off 66 deliveries and captain Nathan McSweeney’s contribution of 52.

Carey Sets New Australian Record
Notably, Carey’s eight catches in the innings set a new Australian List A record, surpassing the previous mark held by former wicketkeeper Peter Nevill.

Carey’s Amazing Catches Take Center Stage
Carey demonstrated his skill and made a huge contribution to South Australia’s victory with his outstanding fielding, which included a spectacular diving grab to eliminate Jack Wildermuth.

Henry Thornton’s Remarkable Bowling Spell
Henry Thornton’s impressive fast bowling spell added to the team’s triumph, with notable performances, despite a tough chance missed against Queensland’s stand-in skipper Marnus Labuschagne.

The Competition’s First Victory for South Australia
Both teams were already eliminated from the competition, even though the win was South Australia’s first in the series, but Carey’s record-breaking performance provided a memorable high point for the season.

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