Paceman Joel Paris scored his first first class ton and joined teammate Josh Inglis as centurion on day two to command Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield against Victoria.
Paris, a quick left arm who was once a potential successor by Mitchell Starc showed he could be just as destructive with the bat by hitting 102 in 8th place.
While Cameron Bancroft had kept WA on the hunt for a century, Paris and Inglis made sure the home team amassed a handsome sum and teamed up for an innings stand of 143 runs.
The wicketkeeper made 115 with 16 limits before being bowled by the choice of Victorian Paceman Will Sutherland (4-81). </ Both sides will be pushing for an absolute result in order to stay in the competition for the Sheffield Shield Final.
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