Shaun Marsh headlines Western Australia’s six-wicket win

In an Australian homegrown one-day cup game that had its portion of downpour interferences, Western Australia won by six wickets against South Australia through the DLS Method at the WACA. WA chased down the modified objective of 165 in the 26th over, with Shaun Marsh staying unbeaten on 80.

At first, the match was decreased to 35 overs for each side as South Australia got done with 193 for 6. Jake Weatherald top-scored with 60. Lower down the request, Nathan McAndrew and Daniel Worrall sewed a crucial, undefeated association of 55 for the seventh wicket to control the side to a cutthroat score.

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Matt Kelly and Liam Guthrie shared two scalps each for WA. Kelly, at a certain point, was additionally on a full go-around and wound up with figures of 2 for 37. Then again, Guthrie parted with 48 runs for his two wickets. One more spell of downpour implied that the objective was additionally modified. In their pursuit, WA slipped to 73 for 4 with Lloyd Pope, Brendan Doggett and Wes Agar doing the harm. At that stage, Marsh tracked down a capable partner in D Arcy Short, as the pair shared an unbeaten 93-run association in a simple 58 balls to take the side past the end goal. In the mean time, Pope returned figures of 2 for 35 from five overs.

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Brief scores: South Australia 193/6 in 35 overs (Jake Weatherald 60; Matthew Kelly 2-37) lost to Western Australia 167/4 in 25.4 overs (Shaun Marsh 80*; Lloyd Pope 2-35) by six wickets via the DLS Method

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