WA won the toss and elected to bat against South Australia at Albrecht Oval in Round 3 of the NICC.

The West Aussies got off to a shaky start, stumbling to 6-20 in just the sixth over of the day.

Some lower order hitting from Taliesha Hill helped the side regain some momentum, Hill compiling 22 very important runs to lead her side to a total of 78.

It was going to take an almighty bowling effort to defend 78, but WA proved they were up for the fight from the outset taking two wickets inside the first three overs of South Australia’s innings.

The bowling attack was superbly led by Imahra Cameron who collected figures of 3-4 from her four overs.

Cameron was well-supported by Tarnee Tester (2-12) and Allee Bartlett (2-8) as WA’s bowlers ripped through South Australia’s middle order.

South Australia eventually succumbed to WA’s pressure, bowled out for 51 in the 19th over.

It was a fantastic outcome for the WA team after a tough first two rounds of the NICC in the Red Centre.