Rawlins out for nought
Delray Rawlins failed to build on his first-innings half-century after being dismmised for nought on day three of Sussex’s first-class match against Australia A at Arundel Castle today.
The all-rounder, who stroked an impressive 69 in the first innings, was caught by wicketkeeper Tim Paine off the seam bowling of Jackson Bird. Rawlins faced five balls.
Sussex were all out for 120 off 40.4 overs in their second innings, with Aneesh Kapil top scoring with 33 not out.
Bird had figures of three for 18.
The home side scored 263 in the first innings before being made to toil by the Australians, who amassed 373 in reply.
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