Victoria 322 (Handscomb 98, Stonis 75, Paris 4-68) and 322 for 7 dec ( Stoinis 110, Handscomb 63) beat Western Australia 186 (Bosisto 33, Tremain 4-48) and 102 (Boland 7-31, Pattinson 2-31) by 356 runs
Chasing 459, Western Australia were wiped out for 102 in 28.2 overs, as Victoria romped home to pick up their second win and rise to the top of the table.
Right-arm pacer Scott Boland scythed through Western Australia with career-best figures of 7 for 31. Each of Western Australia's top three managed double-digit scores but failed to build on it, the last nine wickets tumbling for only 57 runs. James Pattinson collected two wickets while Fawad Ahmed pitched in with one.
Earlier in the day, Marcus Stoinis completed his second first-class century, taking his match tally to 185. Rob Quiney managed only nine runs to his overnight score before he was out for 71. Peter Handscomb (63) gave Stonis good company before Aaron Finch struck a quick 45. Victoria eventually declared their innings at 322 for 7, after the fall of Pattinson (0).