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November 13, 2011
Tasmania 8 for 212 (Cowan 91*, Richardson 3-43) beat South Australia 169 (Cooper 66) by 48 runs (Duckworth-Lewis method)
Tasmania surged to a 48-run victory over South Australia in a rain-shortened domestic one-day match in Burnie, as Ed Cowan and Ben Hilfenhaus made striking contributions.
Cowan's 91 at No. 3 allowed the Tigers to set a decent target despite the loss of regular wickets, and the total was bolstered a little more by Duckworth-Lewis calculations.
SA's reply was unsettled the moment the visitors lost the captain Michael Klinger to Hilfenhaus, and regular wicket ensured they would never mount a serious chase despite 66 for the in-form Tom Cooper.
Hilfenhaus finished with four wickets while Xavier Doherty managed two.
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