Test batsman Matthew Wade is approaching his half-century on a rain-affected day in Tasmania's Sheffield Shield clash with Western Australia at the WACA Ground.
At tea on Friday's second day, Tasmania were 3-145 in reply to WA's 337, with Wade unbeaten on 39 and Ben McDermott on 15.
Jordan Silk (44), Alex Doolan (23), and George Bailey (10) all made starts but failed to go on with the job.
WA paceman Cameron Green went to tea with figures of 2-30, while Mitch Marsh trapped Silk lbw.
Tasmania moved to 0-45 before losing two late wickets before lunch.
Green entered the match, having taken 16 wickets at just 7.63 in two Shield games against the Tigers.
He continued that impressive record on Friday with the scalps of Doolan and Bailey.
Doolan was out when he edged Green to second slip.
And Green produced a pearler of a delivery that crashed into Bailey's off stump.
Play was stopped several times during the morning session due to rain, and the stop-start nature continued after the break.
Marsh, fresh off his haul of 7-86 in the fifth Ashes Test, trapped Silk in front with a sharp delivery during the second session.
Australian Associated Press