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Vic Country opened its account in Round 1 with a two-wicket win over South Australia.
An impressive 4-33 from opening bowler Cameron McClure and 3-23 from Mitchell Davey helped the Vics bowl out SA for 150.
A half-century from Tom Jackson underpinned Country’s chase, completing the win with eight overs to spare.
Vic Metro were too good for ACT/NSW Country, with an even spread of contributors with both bat and ball.
Half centuries to Stephen Mihelakos (67) and Kyle Viccars (57) and a helpful contribution from Jake Fraser-McGurk (39) lifted Metro to 7-241 from its 50 overs.
Three wickets apiece to Fergus O’Neill and Will Lovell and two wickets each to Angus Price and Will Parker helped bowl ACT/NSW Country out for 205 in reply.
Vic Metro were dominant winners over host state Western Australia in Round 2, completing a 153-run win to also net two bonus points.
Dylan Brasher (95), Bailen Clarke (4-26) and captain Will Parker (52 and 3-18) all put in excellent performances to help the Metro team to a comfortable win.
A sublime century from Victorian rookie Patrick Rowe underpinned Vic Country’s second win of the Championships, the wicketkeeper making a run-a-ball 135 not out in a total of 6-268.
It was an even spread of wickets for the Country bowlers, with captain Todd Murphy (3-36), Triyan De Silva (2-41) and Mitchell Davey (2-53) the multiple wicket takers.
The Championships continue tomorrow, with Vic Metro taking on Northern Territory and Vic Country facing the CA XI.
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