Western Australia 243 and 3 for 195 (Marsh 98, Cartwright 84 *, Webster 1-15) won Tasmania 226 and 208 (Silk 56, Wade 50, Green 3-12) by seven windows
The Warriors were in trouble to chase a complicated fourth goal of 192. Gabe Bell and Jackson Bird eliminated both. starters Jonathan Wells and Josh Philippe, respectively, left the premises 2-for-5. But Marsh and Hilton Cartwright did the persecution work from there.
After sacking 17 limits in his first 80 turns, Marsh followed with 19 fours. a 92-ball 98. He and Cartwright put 170 in only 3 3.1 passes before Marsh was trapped by Beau Webster with only 17 runs to win. But its two half-centuries fluid on a surface where bowlers dominated for most of the three days saw him called the Match Player.
The unbeaten Cartwright 84 of 126 balls was shaded by Marsh, but it was not as valuable as WA responded to the defeat in the first round of the defeat against Victoria in an elegant manner.
Previously, Cameron Green took 3 of 12 to finish with the best figures of his career from 9 to 42. Tasmania was looking to establish a fourth significant goal with Jordan Silk and Jake Doran placing a solid platform courtesy of a 73 position careers. But the two men faced Marcus Stoinis and Jhye Richardson in consecutive shots and the innings never recovered.
Matthew Wade made his fourth consecutive quarter-century of the season, but he ran out of partners for the fourth consecutive time as Green, Matt Kelly. and David Moody ran quickly through the queue of the Tigers.
Marsh and Cartwright launched to victory in the pursuit to win with seven windows and a day off.