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Tigers crash to the Warriors

Tasmanian coach Dan Marsh admitted his team were‘’out-batted” by Western Australia on Saturday in their four-wicketMatador Cuploss at North Sydney Ovalwhich effectivelyended theirfinals hopes.
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TOUGH DAY: Xavier Doherty watches more runs flow from the Warriors’ bats during Saturday’s Matador Cup loss at North Sydney Oval. Picture: Getty Images

Test duo Adam Voges (89 not out from 87 balls) and Shaun Marsh (70 from 78) led the charge chasing the Tigers’ total of 8-267.Some late hitting by Ashton Turner (40 from 30) ensuredvictory.

In contrast, Tasmania had a rollercoaster ride in theirinnings, losing two early wickets before Dom Michael (89 from 102)and man-of-the-match Alex Doolan (93 from 104 for his third 50 in a row)put on 148.

They then lost 4-7, before Beau Webster gave his bowlers something to bowl at with 27 from 10.

Ashton Agar (2-46 from 10) and Nathan Rimmington (2-42 from nine) were the Warriors best.

Hamish Kingston (3-44) again impressed for the Tigers, whileJamesFaulkner, back from a calf injury, did not bowl after making 13 from 18.

“They out batted us on that wicket,’’ Marsh said.

“It was great to see Alex Doolan continue to play well and I thought Hamish Kingston showed again how good a one-day bowler he is.It is a tough competition to win and unfortunately it seems out of our reach for this season.”

The Tigers’ final game is against South Australia on Tuesday at Hurstville Oval.

Meanwhile, the Tasmanian Roar started their WNCL season with losses to Queensland (six wickets), New South Wales (207 runs) and South Australia (51 runs).

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