South Australia defeated New South Wales by two wickets
Man of the Match: Chadd Sayers
South Australian bowler Chadd Sayers put in another fantastic display as the the paceman stakes his claim for a call up for the opening Test against Pakistan in Brisbane on Thursday.
Sayers took 3/66 in the first innings and 5/27 in the second, as his match figures of 8/93 saw him put in an impressive man-of-the-match performance.
After both sides batted evenly to begin with, the game changed hands after the innings break, as New South Wales collapsed for just 87, as five players were dismissed without registering a score.
The Redbacks' bowling display meant they only needed 121 runs to win, but the Blues made it difficult for them, as South Australia found themselves at 5-49 early in the chase.
Jake Lehmann lead the way for the Redbacks in the final innings, smashing a six to tie the game before hitting the winning runs in an unbeaten knock of 47.
Western Australia defeated Queensland by eight wickets
Man of the Match: Simon Mackin
Usman Khawaja set the tone early for Queensland, but a second innings collapse coupled with a century to Jonathan Wells saw the Warriors storm home for an eight wicket win.
Khawaja kept his hot summer going with a massive 157, as the Bulls posted a first innings total of 353.
Western Australia managed 265 after being led by 100 from Ashton Turner, and their efforts with the ball during Queensland's second turn with the bat brought them back into the contest.
Man of the Match Simon Mackin picked up his second five wicket haul of the match to finish with total figures of 11/101, as the Bulls were skittled for just 138.
Wells' unbeaten 113 alongside his captain Adam Voges' 78 not out saw the Warriors stroll to victory, as Western Australia picked up their first win of the season.
Tasmania and Victoria draw
Man of the Match: Beau Webster
A resilient knock from Dan Christian on the final day kept Victoria undefeated in the Sheffield Shield, as the Bushrangers held on for a draw in Tasmania.
Christian smashed 79 from 176 as Victoria fell to 8/319 at the end of day four, as rain ended play with five overs remaining with the ladder leaders just one wicket from losing (Paceman John Hastings reportedly was injured and wouldn't have batted) - but also 42 runs from victory.
Tasmanian Beau Webster scored an unbeaten 122 as Tasmania put themselves into a promising position after their second innings, declaring on 9/387 and setting the visitors a total of 361.
Test paceman Jackson Bird took five wickets for the match as he looks to hold out South Australian Chadd Sayers for the position of third seamer in the Test team.
Sheffield Shield ladder after five rounds:
|Matches||Wins||Draws||Losses||Bonus Points||Total Points|
|New South Wales||5||2||1||2||7.95||20.95|