Western Australia 241 (Bancroft 57, Cartwright 56, Agar 6-42) and 377 for 8 dec (Bancroft 100, Hardie 99) beat South Australia 264 (Manenti 86, Paris 6-74) and 154 (Paris 5-39, Haskett 3-31) by 200 runs
After WA declared in a single day and set South Australia 355 on the ultimate day to win, Paris claimed figures of 5 for 39 to have the Redbacks all out for 154.
Paris took the primary two wickets, earlier than coming again to complete the job early within the remaining session. No South Australian handed 30 of their second innings, as they surrendered inside 63 overs.
After taking 6 for 74 within the first innings to have the Redbacks all out for 264, Paris was a handful on Sunday in his first Defend match of the summer season because of a hamstring damage.
Whereas his profession has been stalled by damage in recent times, Paris has by no means been removed from selectors’ ideas after enjoying two ODIs for Australia in 2016.
So extremely is he regarded, he was advised throughout this 12 months’s Ashes to be prepared to hitch the squad as cowl for Mitchell Starc if the left-armer went down with damage.
The 30-year-old set the tone early when he drew South Australian opener Kelvin Smith’s edge, discarding him for a duck. Paris additionally had Daniel Drew caught pulling, beautifully taken by Hilton Cartwright with one arm above his head at midwicket.
If Paris was Western Australia’s greatest within the match, Bancroft wasn’t far behind with 57 of their first-innings 241 earlier than he hit a good 100 within the guests’ second dig.
Thought of third-in-line firstly of the summer season to exchange the retiring David Warner after the Sydney Take a look at, Bancroft is now averaging 92.50 this season.
Together with his fielding additionally on track, he’s making a compelling case to maneuver forward of each Marcus Harris and Matt Renshaw within the eyes of Australian selectors.
After Bancroft’s neat work within the area, Paris then returned to complete the match after tea when he took the perimeters of each Harry Conway and Wes Agar.
The loss marked South Australia’s second defeat in three video games to start out the season, leaving them in fourth spot on the ladder.