NSW found a path past Jhye Richardson’s eleven wickets at the recently Optus Stadium in Perth.
Western Australia, startlingly, capitulated to an overwhelming 104-run vanquish helping New South Wales bounce to the second spot in the Shield focuses table.
Set an objective of 317 to pursue in the fourth innings, NSW had decreased the home group to 115 for 6 by stumps on Day 3 itself. Marcus Stoinis, who had followed up his three-fer prior in the day with an unbeaten fifty, was WA’s solitary expectation, batting close by Ashton Agar.
Be that as it may, it took NSW under four overs to strike on the fourth morning, taking out Agar for a 44-ball 24 to put a conclusion to the obstinate seventh-wicket stand. Stoinis joined with Cameron Green for another profitable stand, worth 37, yet about when the association was broken – the previous missing his century by 19 – WA’s battle was basically finished. Green and Matthew Kelly’s obstruction took them crosswise over 200 yet couldn’t keep a devastating misfortune at home.
Brief scores: New South Wales 261 (Kurtis Patterson 107*, Sean Abbott 69; Jhye Richardson 8-47) and 253 (Moises Henriques 48, Jack Edwards 47; Jhye Richardson 3-58, Marcus Stoinis 3-43) beat Western Australia 198 (Shaun Marsh 81; Trent Copeland 4-52, Nathan Lyon 3-34) and 212 (Marcus Stoinis 81; Nathan Lyon 4-86, Sean Abbott 3-40) by 104 runs