Bulls bounce back as Khawaja, Pierson lead the way | Sheffield Shield

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Queensland captain Usman Khawaja reached stumps unbeaten on 158 and an attacking innings from wicketkeeper Jimmy Peirson helped Queensland to build a 242-run lead over South Australia by stumps on day three, turning the match back in their favour

Usman Khawaja’s full innings highlights: https://www.cricket.com.au/video/usman-khawaja-century-highlights-queensland-south-australia-sheffield-shield-day-three/2021-10-17

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