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Clinical Western Australia Cruises to Effortless Triumph!

Nathan McSweeney batted 242 balls for his 67.

Western Australia vs Queensland

In a thrilling face-off, Western Australia climbed to the second spot in the Sheffield Shield standings with a commanding victory over Queensland. Chasing a formidable target of 448, Queensland faced early setbacks, courtesy of Cameron Gannon’s breakthroughs. Despite a resilient partnership between Ben McDermott and Jack Wildermuth, Queensland succumbed to a defeat, getting bowled out for 301. The final result? Western Australia emerged victorious by 146 runs, securing a prominent position in the standings.

Brief scores: Western Australia 310 (Jayden Goodwin 115; Xavier Bartlett 5/64) & 307/7d (Josh Inglis 136*) beat Queensland170 (Jack Wildermuth 41; Corey Rocchiccioli 4/54) & 301 (Jack Wildermuth 91; Corey Rocchiccioli 4/109) by 146 runs

New South Wales vs South Australia

The clash between New South Wales and South Australia ended in an engaging draw at Sydney. After declaring with a substantial first-innings lead of 223 runs, NSW put SA under pressure early on. However, a determined effort by Nathan McSweeney, coupled with Thomas Kelly’s patient innings, salvaged a draw for South Australia. Despite wickets falling at regular intervals, McSweeney’s resilience and Ben Manenti’s crucial contributions ensured SA held their ground and avoided an innings defeat.

Brief scores: South Australia 287 (Ben Manenti 71; Jack Nisbet 3/50) & 259/9 (Thomas Kelly 69; Jack Edwards 4/59) drew with New South Wales510/8d (Oliver Davies 116; Daniel Hughes 114)

Tasmania vs Victoria

As anticipated, Tasmania secured a comfortable win over Victoria on the final day. The seesaw battle witnessed Tasmania gaining the upper hand late on the third day. Needing just two wickets on the final day, Tasmania swiftly dismissed Victoria, sealing a 57-run victory. With this win, Tasmania solidifies its position, inching closer to a spot in the Sheffield Shield final.

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Brief scores: Tasmania 240 (Jake Doran 47; Will Sutherland 5/73) & 307 (Beau Webster 167*) beat Victoria 106 (Gabe Bell 4/21) & 384 (Nic Maddinson 109; Iain Carlisle 4/68) by 57 runs 

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