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Sport Western Australia beats Queensland by four wickets in one-day cup final in Brisbane

10:55  26 november  2019
10:55  26 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Result - Queensland won by 7 wickets . In reply, exceptional batting from Sam Heazlett 80, Max Bryant 71 and Chris Lynn 106* helped Queensland to a comfortable win by 7 wickets with an over to spare. Western Australia beat New South Wales by 4 wickets in the One Day Cup .

A defiant century from Shaun Marsh has steered Western Australia to a tense four-wicket victory over Queensland in the men's domestic one-day final in Brisbane.

  Western Australia beats Queensland by four wickets in one-day cup final in Brisbane © AAP Ex-Test batsman Marsh stood tall as wickets fell around him, stroking a chanceless 101 not out to steady a wobbly Western Australian run chase and guide the visitors to 6-210 in the 48th over.

The result sealed Western Australia's 14th men's domestic one-day cup crown.

Marsh showed steely resolve in his three-hour, 132-ball knock that featured 13 fours, marking his ninth one-day ton for Western Australia.

He launched his rescue mission with a 97-run fourth-wicket stand alongside Marcus Stoinis (37), before icing the result in an unbeaten 59-run partnership with Ashton Agar (29 not out) following some anxious moments for Western Australia at Allan Border Field.

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Result - Western Australia won by 4 wickets . WARRIORS WIN! A brilliant knock of 70no from skipper Ashton Turner leads defending champions WA to a Batting first , New South Wales manged only 204 and were bowled out with over 7 overs left of their allotted 50 overs . Daniel Sams 62 was the star

Set what looked like a paltry victory target of 206, Western Australia made a disastrous start when it slumped to 3-23 in the seventh over.

Bulls quick Michael Neser (2-34) looked dangerous, as Cameron Bancroft (8), D'Arcy Short (5) and Western Australia captain Ashton Turner (3) all came and went in quick succession.

But Marsh and Stoinis threatened to snatch the match away from Queensland in an ominous counter-attack.

They first consolidated then began punishing a Bulls attack that appeared to have dropped their heads.

Bulls captain Usman Khawaja rolled the dice and threw specialist batsman Matthew Renshaw the ball — with surprising results.

Stoinis looked set to help himself to a fourth six of his innings, only to thrash Renshaw's half-tracker to Sam Heazlett on the boundary.

Marsh Cup 2019: Shaun Marsh century hands Western Australia unprecedented 14th domestic one-day title

  Marsh Cup 2019: Shaun Marsh century hands Western Australia unprecedented 14th domestic one-day title Western Australia's Shaun Marsh has scored a beautiful unbeaten century to hand his side the Marsh One Day Cup with a four-wicket win in the final against Queensland. After the Bulls posted a below-par total of 205, it was WA's game to lose and the veteran made sure that wouldn't be the case.The man of the match in Marsh scored 101* off 132 balls as they chased down the total with relative ease after losing a couple of early wickets. Player of the Match is none other than Shaun Marsh! #MarshCup pic.twitter.com/WtUZIoMD8M— cricket.com.

The Australian Domestic One - Day Cricket Final is the last match in the domestic List A Limited overs cricket series in Australia . The competition has had many names since its inception

The 2019 Marsh One - Day Cup is the 51st season of the official List A domestic cricket competition in Australia . The tournament will see matches played in Perth, Brisbane , Adelaide, Melbourne, Sydney

Next over Renshaw snaffled up a sharp slips chance to snare Hilton Cartwright (5) and Western Australia had gone from 3-120 to 5-133.

Marsh could only look on from the other end as it got worse for Western Australia when it was reduced to 6-151 after all-rounder Cameron Green fell for 7 in the 35th over.

But Marsh and Agar held their nerve to ensure Western Australia clinched its second domestic one-day title in three years.

Earlier, Jhye Richardson (3-35 off 10 overs) and Nathan Coulter-Nile (3-47) ripped through Queensland's top order after Western Australia won the toss.

The Bulls were bowled out for 205 in the 50th over after a fighting 79 from wicketkeeper James Peirson.

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