• BATSMEN
    R
    B
    M
    4s
    6s
    SR
    c Magoffin b Ervine
    23
    24
    30
    2
    1
    95.83
    lbw b Dorey
    33
    81
    90
    5
    0
    40.74
    c †Ronchi b Edmondson
    0
    6
    6
    0
    0
    0.00
    c Marsh b Ervine
    33
    90
    121
    3
    0
    36.66
    c Dorey b Edmondson
    63
    103
    127
    11
    0
    61.16
    c Marsh b Dorey
    85
    143
    190
    11
    0
    59.44
    c Rogers b Heal
    18
    57
    56
    3
    0
    31.57
    c Voges b Heal
    17
    13
    20
    3
    0
    130.76
    c Langer b Heal
    17
    41
    51
    2
    0
    41.46
    not out
    0
    1
    8
    0
    0
    0.00
    lbw b Heal
    7
    10
    4
    1
    0
    70.00
    Extras
    1 (lb 1)
    TOTAL
    297 all out (94.5 Overs, RR: 3.13)
    Fall of wickets: 1-38 (LR Mash, 8.4 ov), 2-38 (DJ Hussey, 9.6 ov), 3-69 (N Jewell, 25.1 ov), 4-127 (BJ Hodge, 42.3 ov), 5-173 (CL White, 57.5 ov), 6-205 (AJ Crosthwaite, 73.4 ov), 7-237 (SK Warne, 79.2 ov), 8-290 (GJ Denton, 92.5 ov), 9-290 (AB McDonald, 93.1 ov), 10-297 (SM Harwood, 94.5 ov)
    BowlingOMRWEconWDNB
    BR Dorey1817824.3300
    SJ Magoffin1372001.5300
    SM Ervine1132622.3600
    BM Edmondson1935923.1000
    AK Heal19.524842.4200
    MJ North1426504.6400

Close of Play

  • Sun, 15 Oct - day 1 - Western Australia 1st innings 359/2 (CJL Rogers 184*, MJ North 103*, 96 ov)
  • Mon, 16 Oct - day 2 - Victoria 1st innings 146/4 (CL White 51*, AB McDonald 5*, 50 ov)
  • Tue, 17 Oct - day 3 - Victoria 2nd innings 133/1 (LR Mash 71*, DJ Hussey 39*, 49 ov)
  • Wed, 18 Oct - day 4 - Victoria 2nd innings 429/5 (137 ov) - end of match
  • Victoria recover to seal satisfying draw

    Victoria fought hard to earn a draw after being behind for most of the match against Western Australia at the WACA

  • Western Australia scent victory

    Western Australia continued their dominance over Victoria on the third day at Perth. After taking a first-innings lead of 311 and enforcing the follow-on, Victoria fared slightly better in their second innings, reaching the close on 1 for 133, still 178

  • Record-breaking Rogers and North share 459-run stand

    Chris Rogers and Marcus North posted double-centuries in a remarkable partnership that slipped five short of the Waugh brothers' all-time domestic record of 464

  • Rogers and North pile on runs for Western Australia

    Chris Rogers was 16 runs short of a double-hundred as Western Australia made a fine start to their Pura Cup match against Victoria, ending the day at 359 for the loss of two wickets