Tasmania v WA, Sheffield Shield, Hobart

North fails as Tasmania take control

ESPNcricinfo staff

December 17, 2010

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Tasmania 1 for 146 (Cosgrove 90*, Doolan 48*) lead Western Australia 108 (Faulkner 3-15, Butterworth 3-33) by 38 runs
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Mark Cosgrove drives during his 159, Victoria v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield, Melbourne, 1st day, October 25, 2010
Mark Cosgrove finished unbeaten on 90 © Getty Images
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Tasmania comprehensively dominated the first day against Western Australia, where Mark Cosgrove almost made as many as the entire Warriors side. At stumps, Cosgrove was unbeaten on 90 with Alex Doolan on 48, as the Tigers moved on to 1 for 146 and extended their lead to 38 runs following their excellent bowling effort.

James Faulkner skittled the Western Australia top order after George Bailey sent the visitors in, and Luke Butterworth also helped run through the Warriors, who were dismissed before lunch for 108. Marcus North, fresh from his Test axing, could only manage 2 before he was trapped lbw by Faulkner, who finished with 3 for 15.

Faulkner had kicked off the chaos by throwing down the stumps in his follow through to have Wes Robinson run out for 9, and he soon got rid of Liam Davis, who top-edged a pull on 20, and Adam Voges caught behind first ball. The Warriors were lucky to even reach triple figures after crashing to 9 for 62; only a last-wicket stand between Ryan Duffield and Michael Hogan saved their blushes.

It looked like Tasmania might struggle just as much when Hogan struck in the third over with Ed Cowan caught at slip for a duck, but Cosgrove and Doolan steadied proceedings. Michael Beer ended the day with 0 for 27 from eight overs after being released from the Test squad to get some overs under his belt.

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Posted by KingofRedLions on (December 17, 2010, 15:08 GMT)

Marsh is out for the season injured. He was in pretty poor form anyway.

Posted by Bigbanger666 on (December 17, 2010, 11:41 GMT)

Why isn't Mitch Marsh playing?

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