Tasmania 6 for 194 (Butterworth 63*) beat Western Australia 9 for 193 (Marsh 92, Denton 3-27) by 4 wickets
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Luke Butterworth's half-century ensured the first day-nighter at Bellerive Oval ended in a valuable win for Tasmania. Butterworth's 63 and 32 for Jason Krejza dragged their side to 6 for 194 as they passed Western Australia's 9 for 193 with 10 balls to spare.
The chase was tough for the Tigers after the opener Tim Paine's return from a broken finger ended on 10 when he glanced behind off Ashley Noffke. The captain George Bailey (6) was caught at midwicket from a miscue and when Travis Birt was given out to a faint edge behind it was 4 for 69.
Ed Cowan's cautious 44 off 81 helped in his 54-run stand with Butterworth, who continued to build his innings. Butterworth, who also earned two wickets, showed his composure in partnership with the more aggressive Krejza as they sealed the win.
Mitchell Marsh displayed more maturity than his 18 years as he out-performed his team-mates with 92 off 117 deliveries after the Warriors won the toss. Without Marsh the side would have wiped out, but he stood up and collected eight fours and a six in the important contribution.
Shaun Marsh, Mitchell's older brother, and Luke Ronchi each made 39 while the rest of the order couldn't move above single figures. Gerard Denton chipped in at the end to pick up 3 for 27 while Brett Geeves was responsible for some of the damage at the top with 3 for 42.