The chance of any meaningful cricket being performed in the Sheffield Protect clash between Queensland and South Australia is like a flash dwindling, with extra delays on day three.
Tuesday and Wednesday’s play at Ian Healy Oval had been lost to rain and ground stipulations and umpires obtained’t convene concerning the doable for some motion on Thursday till 3pm (AEDT).
The recreation had already been moved to the revamped suburban oval attributable to considerations over the drainage at Allan Border Discipline, with Brisbane deluged by days of rain.
However irrespective of improved climate over the final two days, the outfield is serene sodden, with any play on day three touch and shuffle.
Given Friday is the final day of the match an outright consequence would now likely very finest materialise with just a few in particular sporting declarations.
Top-positioned Queensland will begin turning their attentions to the final -round match against NSW starting on April 3, with a win at risk of give the Bulls hosting rights for the final.
SA are in final location and now appear space to whine a fourth consecutive picket spoon in the competition.