Tremain’s 10-for leads 255-run rout of Western Australia | Cricket Bats | Australia

Victoria 392 (Dean 111, White 57, Stoinis 3-63) and 8 for 378 (Finch 151*, Harris 55, Stoinis 4-82) beat Western Australia 302 (Phillipe 62, Tremain 7-82) and 213 (Inglis 87, Kelly 41, Boland 3-44) by 255 runs
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Victoria has vaulted back into contention for the Sheffield Shield final after a crushing 255-run win over Western Australia at the WACA.

The Bushrangers needed just two wickets on the final morning to complete the rout but they were frustrated by Josh Inglis and Matt Kelly, who put together a 109-run partnership for the ninth wicket.

Victoria opted not to bowl any of their frontline quicks on the final day leaving Daniel Christian, Cameron White and Glenn Maxwell to try and finish the job. Inglis moved within sight of his first Sheffield Shield century before he was trapped in front by Christian on 87.

Kelly also fell to Christian nine balls later for his highest first-class score. Christian finished with 2 for 27. Chris Tremain was named Man of the Match for his first career 10-wicket haul.

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