Tigers secure famous victory with big chase against WA | Sheffield Shield 2021-22

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Chasing an improbable 315 to win against Western Australia, Tasmania secured victory by four wickets with captain Jordan Silk (83no) leading the way on the fourth and final day.

Silk’s match-winning innings highlights: https://www.cricket.com.au/video/jordan-silk-innings-day-four-tasmania-western-australia-sheffield-shield-highlights/2021-11-24

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