South Australia was bowled for a humiliating 104 when Tim Paine helped Tasmania to a devastating victory for the day in Melbourne.
Test skipper Paine scored the first goal with 54 points when Tasmania scored 17.3 overs 1-108 and secured a win over nine wickets and two bonus points.
SA captain Travis Head, who had opted for a bat, was called to the center in the third round after Jake Weatherald ran out of a diamond duck. < The dismissal set the tone for a disastrous inning that ended in a breakdown of 9-72.
Head (12), Harry Nielsen (19), Callum Ferguson (26), Jake Lehmann (14) and Cameron Valente, 12, all hit double digits and then couldn’t continue.
Express Paceman Riley Meredith, who played for the first time since making his international debut on Australia’s Twenty20 tour of New Zealand, became the man of the game appointed.
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