Victoria 350 and 3 for 341 dec beat Western Australia 287 and 287 (Voges 139*, Agar 62, Christian 3-18) by 117 runs
Adam Voges scored his second century of the match but it was not enough for Western Australia to stop Victoria securing a 117-run win on the fourth day at the WACA. Set 405 for victory, the Warriors looked headed for a big defeat at 5 for 111, but a strong partnership between Ashton Agar and the captain Voges gave them some hope of holding off the Bushrangers.
Voges and Agar put on 156 for the sixth wicket after Chris Tremain and Scott Boland picked up two wickets each as the top order struggled. Voges had made 101 in the first innings and reached triple figures again, and Agar scored 62 before he was caught behind off the bowling of Daniel Christian, who collected 3 for 18 and was named Man of the Match after also scoring a century.
Christian, Fawad Ahmed and John Hastings ran through the tail to leave Voges unbeaten on 139 as Western Australia were dismissed for 287, the same total they had made in their first innings. The win pushed Victoria to the top of the Shield table at the halfway point of the season.