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Redbacks hit back against WA at WACA

Henry Hunt and Jake Carder have combined for an unbeaten 83-run stand to catapult South Australia back into their Sheffield Shield match against Western Australia at the WACA Ground.

The Redbacks were in big trouble after WA posted 299 in reply to SA’s meagre first-innings total of 128.

But SA hit back on Friday, moving to 1-163 at lunch on day three to whittle WA’s lead down to eight runs.

Hunt is unbeaten on 69, while Carder is on 46.

Opener Jake Weatherald (44) was the only wicket to fall in the morning session when he was bowled by Joel Paris (1-41).

WA pace ace Jhye Richardson went to lunch with figures of 0-45 off 16 overs, while Cameron Green (0-23) has also bowled without any luck.

Redbacks skipper Travis Head is due to come in next, and will be aiming to post a big score to enhance his chances of an Ashes call-up.

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