Result
15th Match (D/N), Perth, Dec 5-8 2016, Sheffield Shield
353 & 138
(64.5 ov, target 227)
265 & 227/2
West Aust won by 8 wickets
Player Of The Match
Western Australia
1y
• ESPNcricinfo staff

Wells, Mackin fire Western Australia to first win

Western Australia added the 57 runs they needed on day four without much fuss to seal their first win of the Sheffield Shield season

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Scorecard summary
Queensland353(105.5 overs)1st Innings
Usman Khawaja157 (281)
Simon Mackin5/68(31)
David Moody3/70(26.5)
Western Australia265(72.3 overs)1st Innings
Ashton Turner100 (186)
Luke Feldman3/50(15)
Peter George3/85(23)
Queensland138(46.5 overs)2nd Innings
Simon Mackin6/33(15.5)
David Moody2/16(13)
Western Australia227/2(64.5 overs)2nd Innings
Jonathan Wells*113 (192)
Adam Voges*78 (134)
64.5
4
Labuschagne to Wells, FOUR runs
64.4
Labuschagne to Wells, no run
64.3
3
Labuschagne to Voges, 3 runs
64.2
Labuschagne to Voges, no run
64.1
Labuschagne to Voges, no run
end of over 64Maiden
WA: 220/2CRR: 3.43 
Jonathan Wells109 (190)
Adam Voges75 (131)
Jack Wildermuth12-5-30-0
Michael Neser16-4-56-1
63.6
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
63.5
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
63.4
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
63.3
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
63.2
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
63.1
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
end of over 638 runs
WA: 220/2CRR: 3.49 
Adam Voges75 (131)
Jonathan Wells109 (184)
Michael Neser16-4-56-1
Jack Wildermuth11-4-30-0
62.6
Neser to Voges, no run
62.5
Neser to Voges, no run
62.4
4
Neser to Voges, FOUR runs
62.3
4
Neser to Voges, FOUR runs
62.2
Neser to Voges, no run
62.1
Neser to Voges, no run
end of over 62Maiden
WA: 212/2CRR: 3.41 
Jonathan Wells109 (184)
Adam Voges67 (125)
Jack Wildermuth11-4-30-0
Michael Neser15-4-48-1
61.6
Wildermuth to Wells, no run
Match details
W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth
TossQueensland , elected to bat first
SeriesSheffield Shield 2016
Player Of The Match
Simon Mackin
Season2016/17
Hours of play (local time)14.00 start, Tea 16.00-16.20, Supper 18.20-19.00, Close 21.00
Match days5,6,7,8 December 2016 - day/night match (4-day match)
Umpires
Phillip Gillespie
Geoff Joshua
Match Referee
Daryl Harper
PointsWestern Australia 7.35, Queensland 2.39