Australia A completed a thumping win over Zimbabwe XI on the final day at Harare Sports Club.
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Zimbabwe XI fought back gamely for most of the third day after Australia A's openers had put on a 289-run stand, Ray Price leading the way with four wickets as the visitors were restricted to a lead of 198
Australia A took full control over a wilting Zimbabwe XI on the second day at Harare Sports Club, openers David Warner and Aaron Finch piling on a massive, unbroken 282-run stand
Fifties from Brendan Taylor and Hamilton Masakadza put their team in a good position before a brace of late wickets for Luke Butterworth pegged Zimbabwe XI back to 250 for 5 at stumps
A furious 57-ball 82 from David Warner helped Australia A to a seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe XI on the final afternoon of the first four-day game at the Country Club in Harare
Australia A captain Tim Paine narrowly missed out on a century as the visitors built a healthy lead on the third day at the Country Club in Harare
Australia A pressed home their advantage on the second day at the Country Club in Harare; Phil Hughes' 125 helping them get to 294 for 4 at stumps, a lead of 64
Zimbabwe XI ground their way to 206 for 6 on an attritional first day against Australia A at the Country Club in Harare
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