Mitchell Starc of the Blues celebrates after getting the wicket of Mark Cosgrove of the Redbacks during day one of the Sheffield Shield match between South Australia and New South Wales at Adelaide Oval on October 28, 2015 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Morne de Klerk/Getty Images)

Mitchell Starc has continued his stunning form overnight as the first ever day-night Sheffield Shield round got underway last night.

Starc took 2-2 in three overs, while Josh Hazlewood took one wicket, as South Australia slumped to 3-3 at stumps on day.

Earlier, NSW declared on 9-262, with Test stars Dave Warner (77) and Steve Smith (67) top scoring.

Western Australia reached 6-259 at stumps on day one of their Shield match with Tasmania, with Michael Klinger top scoring with an unbeaten 129.

Test hopefuls Cameron Bancroft (10) and Shaun Marsh (15) failed to impress national selectors, while Adam Voges scored 71.

In the third match of the day, Queensland took the honours on day one, reaching 4-298, thanks to an impressive century from debutante Scott Henry, who was the last wicket to fall on 141.

Test aspirants Joe Burns (25) and Usman Khawaja (21) also failed to impress.

John Hastings was the best of the bowlers for the Vics, with figures of 2-36 and 11 maidens from 25 overs. James Pattinson and Fawad Ahmed took one wicket each.

Play resumes at 2pm on day two.