Victoria 6 for 302 (White 102*, Hussey 65, Quiney 63) beat South Australia 8 for 299 (Ross 65, Botha 61, Hastings 3-37) by four wickets
Cameron White's unbeaten 102 set up Victoria's first win in the Matador BBQs One-Day Cup in Brisbane, helping the side chase down 300 against South Australia.
Coming in to bat in the 12th over with the score at 2 for 65, White anchored the chase at just over run-a-ball, stitching important partnerships with opener Rob Quiney and David Hussey, who contributed fifties. White's partnership of 90 runs for the fourth wicket with Hussey, which came at a brisk clip of almost seven an over, set the base for Victoria's reply and they went into the last 10 overs needing 66.
The wickets of Marcus Stoinis and Peter Handscomb did not affect Victoria too much in the final overs as John Hastings and White kept pace with the equation. Hastings took 18 in an over off Chadd Sayers, before White ended the game in the 49th over, bringing up the win and his eighth List A hundred with a brace of fours.
Earlier, fifties from Travis Head, Alex Ross and Johan Botha, and a 35-ball 49 from Tim Ludeman lifted South Australia to 8 for 299. Head, Ross and Botha shared a string of 50+ plus partnerships in the middle overs, before Ludeman provided a lift towards the end, smacking 17 runs in the last over. Hastings was the most successful bowler for Victoria, taking 3 for 37 in his 10 overs.