New South Australia quick Nathan McAndrew claimed a big first Sheffield Shield scalp in former Test batsman Cameron Bancroft, the only wicket to fall in the opening session against Western Australia.
At lunch on day one of the first game of the Shield season, WA were 1-74 at Adelaide's Karen Rolton Oval after winning the toss.
Sam Whiteman was on 40 and veteran Shaun Marsh 22, with the pair having added 51 for the second wicket.
McAndrew, who made his first-class debut for New Zealand side Auckland back in 2016, trapped Bancroft lbw for 11.
The right-arm quick, who first played for BBL side Sydney Thunder back in 2016 but had been unable to break into Australian first-class cricket, struck in his third over to finish with 1-15 off eight overs.
A watchful WA scored just 26 off 15 overs in the first hour with Whiteman notching their only two boundaries.
SA captain Travis Head rotated three pacemen before changing things up by bringing himself on to bowl some offspin in the 20th over.
Whiteman produced some fluent offside strokes and Marsh played with increasing confidence after scoring just five off his first 27 deliveries.
SA gave a debut to off-season recruits McAndrew and Jake Carder while WA also named newcomer in spinner Corey Rocchiccioli.
Australian Associated Press