Western Australia 265 (Turner 100) and 2 for 227 (Wells 113*, Voges 78*) beat Queensland 353 (Khawaja 157, Mackin 5-68) & 138 (Khawaja 61, Mackin 6-33) by eight wickets
File photo – Jonathan Wells finished unbeaten on 113 © Getty Images
The Western Australia pair made short work of the runs required on the final day, finishing off a performance that was turned around in the first place by Simon Mackin’s pivotal 6 for 33 to bulldoze Queensland in their second innings. Mackin finished with 11 wickets in the match.
Having started the season poorly, Western Australia are now back in contention for the back-end of the Shield season, which will follow the extended hiatus for the Twenty20 Big Bash League.
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Source: ESPN Crickinfo