Tassie rip by Vics in the west – Moree Champion

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Tassie rip by Vics in the west – Moree Champion

Victoria’s all-star batting expose did no longer fire on the WACA to head away Tasmania chasing a modest victory goal in the one-day cup match on Monday. After suffering a hefty 125-urge defeat against Western Australia to originate the season on Saturday, the Vics all all over again learned miniature joy with the bat and were pushed aside after 47.5 overs for extremely finest 185. All-rounder James Faulkner (2-45) did the early wound, on the open bowling Check opener Marcus Harris for five in his first over after a two-year domestic one-day hiatus. Faulkner then removed promising teen Will Pucovski (10) with the abet of a elegant eradicate from wicketkeeper Ben McDermott. Jackson Bird (2-27) claimed the most crucial scalps of Australian one-day captain Aaron Finch (12) and Vics’ skipper Peter Handscomb (13) to head away the reigning champions teetering at 4-46. Glenn Maxwell (34) helped stage a transient revival along with the Matt Short (27) but both fell to debutant seamer Nathan Ellis (3-35). Handiest some no doubt apt batting down the expose from Will Sutherland helped propel the Vics past 150, with the teenage all-rounder posting a timely maiden one-day half century sooner than failing to Ellis for 53. Australian Associated Press

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Victoria’s all-star batting expose did no longer fire on the WACA to head away Tasmania chasing a modest victory goal in the one-day cup match on Monday.

After suffering a hefty 125-urge defeat against Western Australia to originate the season on Saturday, the Vics all all over again learned miniature joy with the bat and were pushed aside after 47.5 overs for extremely finest 185.

All-rounder James Faulkner (2-45) did the early wound, on the open bowling Check opener Marcus Harris for five in his first over after a two-year domestic one-day hiatus.

Faulkner then removed promising teen Will Pucovski (10) with the abet of a elegant eradicate from wicketkeeper Ben McDermott.

Jackson Bird (2-27) claimed the most crucial scalps of Australian one-day captain Aaron Finch (12) and Vics’ skipper Peter Handscomb (13) to head away the reigning champions teetering at 4-46.

Glenn Maxwell (34) helped stage a transient revival along with the Matt Short (27) but both fell to debutant seamer Nathan Ellis (3-35).

Handiest some no doubt apt batting down the expose from Will Sutherland helped propel the Vics past 150, with the teenage all-rounder posting a timely maiden one-day half century sooner than failing to Ellis for 53.

Australian Associated Press

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