WA v Queensland, Sheffield Shield, Perth, 1st day November 8, 2014

Rimmington's five jolts Queensland

ESPNcricinfo staff

Western Australia 1 for 63 trail Queensland 163 (Hartley 48, Rimmington 5-27) by 100 runs

Nathan Rimmington and Jason Behrendorff dismantled Queensland to put Western Australia on the path to a second victory in succession in the Sheffield Shield match at the WACA Ground.

Rimmington's 5 for 27 was his second five-for in as many matches, following up from the Warriors opening win over Tasmania.

Chris Hartley provided the only substantial resistance for the Bulls, who lost regular wickets throughout after James Hopes won the toss and chose to bat first.

After being dismissed so cheaply, Queensland wished for a flurry of early wickets, but Cameron Bancroft and Michael Klinger held firm folliwing the early exit of Marcus Harris at rhe hands of Michael Neser.