Tigers hold nerve to topple WA | Marsh One-Day Cup 2021

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Tasmania secured a four-wicket win over Western Australia in the Marsh Cup as the Tigers chased down the target of 219 on the back of Jordan Silk’s unbeaten 90, after Ashton Turner had struck his maiden List A ton.

Jordan Silk innings highlights: https://www.cricket.com.au/video/jordan-silk-innings-highlights-western-australia-tasmania-marsh-one-day-cup-video/2021-10-15

Ashton Turner innings highlights: https://www.cricket.com.au/video/ashton-turner-century-highlights-western-australia-tasmania-marsh-one-day-cup-video/2021-10-15

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