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Set 331 for victory, Victorian openers Lee Stockdale (44) and Travis King (39) made a watchful start as they blunted the new ball.
The pair put on 84 for the opening wicket before Stockdale was dismissed just shy of half-century.
Albury Wodonga’s James McNeil kept the scoreboard ticking over, and despite the loss of King, Victoria looked well placed at 2-147.
McNeil’s dismissal triggered a collapse of 3-8, however, as the Bush Blues ran through the middle order.
While a brisk counter-attack from Strathmerton’s Luke Carter (41 from 69 balls) gave the Victorians a glimmer of hope, they were eventually dismissed for 242.
NSW faced one over in the second innings with Mornington’s Jackson Fry claiming a wicket maiden before stumps were called.
Victoria will meet South Australia in a one-day match from 10.30am this morning.
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