Marsh hit Aussie teammate Lyon for six to bring up his century, only to be adjudged lbw the very next ball.

As Lyon celebrated, Marsh remonstrated, showing the inside edge of his bat to umpire Paul Wilson, prompting him to cross his arms and reverse the decision.

That didn’t go down too well with Lyon who went on to exchange heated words with Marsh, the spinner then taking his frustration out on the stumps with his foot.

“It was something a bit different out there,” Marsh said after the day’s play.

“But credit to Paul Wilson who had the guts to call me back.

“Obviously he knew he made a mistake straight away.”

Marsh was charged by Cricket Australia for showing dissent at an umpire’s decision while Lyon was charged with abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures fittings during a match – after kicking the bowlers end stumps out of the ground.

NSW beat Western Australia by three wickets.

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