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Western Australia 190 (Pomersbach 54, Pattinson 8-35) & 5 for 271 (Swart 104, Robinson 53) trail Victoria 529 by 68 runs
Western Australia were struggling to hang on in their second innings after Darren Pattinson ruined their opening effort with an amazing 8 for 35. Pattinson started the day with four wickets and quickly doubled his tally as the hosts were dismissed for 190, leaving them 339 behind Victoria's 529.
The career-best figures of Pattinson, who played a Test for England in 2008, came from 15.3 overs and he chipped in late in the day as the Warriors followed-on. The locals were looking comfortable until Damien Wright had Adam Voges lbw and Pattinson removed Mitchell Marsh the same way. They ended up limping to 5 for 271 at stumps on day three, needing 68 to make Victoria bat again, with Luke Pomersbach the key man on 28.
Western Australia began well with Michael Swart's swift 104 - he hit 17 fours and two sixes - and he was supported by a cautious 53 from Wes Robinson. However, the middle-order troubles continue for the Warriors.
In the first innings Pomersbach (54) was the only one to post a half-century before he fell to Pattinson. The last five wickets went for 29 and the tail will have to improve as well if they are to help save the game on the final day.
Noffke steps down from first-class action
Ashley Noffke has retired from the first-class arena after 118 matches but wants to stay on as a limited-overs player for Western Australia
Victoria breeze to comfortable success
Victoria, the defending champions, started their Sheffield Shield campaign with a commanding eight-wicket victory over an out-classed Western Australia
Pattinson puts Victoria in sight of win
Western Australia were struggling to hang on in their second innings after Darren Pattinson ruined their opening effort with an amazing 8 for 35
McDonald ducks then dives to 163
After being frightened by a duck and overlooked for Australia's one-day side, Andrew McDonald took out his frustration on Western Australia with a brutal 163