Shaun Marsh struck an unbeaten half-century guides Western Australia home against ragged Redbacks

Shaun Marsh: The match was frequently interrupted by rain, and the chase was eventually reduced to 27 overs.

In a game with four rain delays, WA originally set a victory goal of 199 of 35 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis star system before it was reduced to 165 of 27 overs.

Shaun Marsh turned half a century undefeated to lead Western Australia to a Sixwicket victory over South Australia.

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WA slipped to 4 for 74, but Marsh (80 without 63 balls) and D`Arcy Short (35 without 27 balls) led the home team over the line with an undefeated score of 93 runs. Marsh broke 11 fours and sixes on his classic hit.

The game was still finely balanced with three overs and WA took 29 runs to win, but South Australia broke away thereafter. Brendan Doggett threw a shot so far it didn’t even hit the field. And WA knocked out 12 runs of his stubborn excess.

Right after that, Wes Agar fared worse when he threw two no-balls and a wide to start over.

Short made it pay by landing a six from one of the free hits before Marsh. Later broke two limits on the over to secure the eight-ball victory.

The agar finale, which consisted of just four legal shipments, ended up costing 19 runs.

Previously, during an inning marked three times by rain. The Redbacks had added a total of 6 for 193 of 35. Starter Jake Weatherald scored the leading scorer for the guests with 60 on 81 balls. While Daniel Worrall (31nn in 25 balls) and Nathan McAndrew (21nn in 15 balls). Formed an undefeated 55-run partnership to earn South Australia’s score to increase.

Dangerman Travis Head, who had scores of 163 and 230 in his two previous one-day strikes this season. Retired at age 28 when he left Lance Morris behind.

The Redbacks fought 3 of 48 in the ninth round. But the second rain delay allowed them to regroup and stop the wobble.

Matt Kelly captured Weatherald and Ryan Gibson on back-to-back balls later in the innings. Kelly’s hat trick ball was a blast, Worrall almost left it behind.

WA’s off-roader Cameron Green, competing for a spot at Ashes, dropped numbers of 1 for 38 of seven overs.

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