Josh Inglis was the architect of Western Australia’s victory at the WACA on Wednesday as he scored a 70-ball 85 which included nine fours and a six. Chasing 267 for victory, Western Australia got off to a promising start thanks to decent contributions from Josh Philippe, D’Arcy Short and Cameron Bancroft. Inglis then took the lead in the second half of the innings but a wobble saw Western Australia crash to 238/6 and later 254/8. Joel Paris and Andrew Tye, however, made sure that South Australia’s hopes of a come-from-behind win were quashed.
“The first couple of weeks were rough, obviously missing out and having to come home and doing rehab and stuff with my hand.”
Josh Inglis on his freak golf injury after starring with 85 in white-ball return for WA in Marsh One-Day Cup win over SA https://t.co/9Rv6X96DHp
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