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Victoria 165 and 7 for 239 (White 100*, Boland 51*, Gulbis 4-41) trail Tasmania 8 for 566 dec (Dunk 190, Doolan 119, Bailey 107) by 162 runs
Right-arm pacer Evan Gulbis starred with the ball for Tasmania, picking up four of the seven wickets that fell. Victoria stumbled to 5 for 92 after openers Aaron Ayre and Travis Dean put on a 51-run partnership. Gulbis then removed Daniel Christian and Chris Tremain quickly as Victoria slid further to 7 for 115. White then combined with Boland to add 124 for Victoria's eighth wicket; resisting stoutly, the pair was yet to be separated by the end of play. White chose the route of counterattack: his unbeaten 100 off 118 balls included 15 fours and a six.
After starting the day at 5 for 506, Sam Rainbird's 22-ball 24 helped Tasmania quickly reach 8 for 556 declared, a mountainous first-innings lead of 401.
Victoria slide to innings defeat after White ton
Tasmania wrapped up a dominant victory over Victoria to keep them from sealing a home Sheffield Shield final berth with two rounds of the competition remaining
White, Boland resist for Victoria in face of heavy defeat
Cameron White's unbeaten century and Scott Boland's unbeaten half-century helped stall a Victoria collapse after they had conceded a 401-run lead to Tasmania earlier in the day
Tasmania surge on the back of three tons
Ben Dunk, Alex Doolan and George Bailey all peeled off centuries as Tasmania maintained their domination of the Sheffield Shield frontrunners Victoria on day two in Hobart