South Australia 225 and 2 for 122 drew with Victoria 8 for 331 dec

Matthew Elliott made the best of a drawn match
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Victoria had to be content with two points from their Pura Cup match against South Australia after rain washed out the last day's play and the game ended in a draw. With these points, Victoria moved 12 points clear of second-placed Tasmania. This result also means that they will host the final regardless of the result in their last two matches.

The match was called off a little after 2pm local time. This meant that Greg Blewett's dismissal, LBW to Cameron White for eight, on the third day, ended up being the final ball of the match. In addition to the final day being abandoned due to rain, three hours of play were lost on the third day.

The big plus from the match was the form of Matthew Elliott. Even though he recently told an interviewer he thought his days of playing for Australia were well behind him, there must be hope, if he can consistently rattle up big scores. The 154 not out he made in Victoria's only innings, formed almost half the team's total and included 15 fours and a six.