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ACT v Tasmania

A half-century to ACT opener Angus Jones guided his side to a six-wicket win against Tasmania.

Seven ACT bowlers claimed wickets as Tasmania were dismissed for 108 in the 40th over, before Jones’ hand led to victory in the 28th over.

Western Australia v ACT

A five-wicket haul to Ewan Neilson guided Western Australia to a 25-run victory over the ACT.

Western Australia was dismissed for 145, with Jayden Goodwin’s 41 the main contribution and seven ACT bowlers shared the wickets. In reply, Neilson claimed 5-23 and Thomas Drake-Brockman 3-21, as ACT was dismissed for 120. Joshua Low-McMahon top-scored for his side with 36.

South Australia v ACT

South Australia and the ACT played out an incredible tie, with both sides finishing on 226 runs.

South Australia batted first, with Zac Worden compiling an unbeaten 54 in the middle order. In reply, Joshua Low-McMahon (79) and Jay Allen (73) played key roles in levelling the scores as the sides split the points.

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March 31st 2017
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