Victoria controlled the game from the moment captain Peter Handscomb won the toss and elected to bowl.

After bowling WA out for 208 and making 504 thanks to 243 from 20-year-old Will Pucovski, it was only rain on the third day that delayed them wrapping up the game.

Philippe and Josh Inglis (69) did put up some fight and while the former notched up his maiden century early on the last day, it took Victoria less than an hour to wrap things up.

WA started Friday at 6-205 and ended up all out for 251, to be 45 runs short of making Victoria bat for a second time.

Warriors Head Coach Adam Voges said his side was outplayed in all facets of the game.

"Despite some promising signs in that second innings, it doesn't mask what was a disappointing performance all round," he said.

"To be comprehensively outplayed, at home, with bat and ball is a really tough start.

"We didn't start well on day one and we weren't able to drag it back from there."

The bright point for WA was the century to Philippe. The 21-year-old made a rapid 41 in the first innings but kept it going in the second dig before falling on the boundary for 104.

His knock took 142 balls and included 17 boundaries.

"I'm really pleased for Josh [Philippe,] it's a different tack for him batting at six after opening in the one day competition," Voges said.

"I think we've all seen how talented he is, so it's about him being able to build an innings and it was nice to see him spend enough time out there to get to a hundred.

"The challenge for him is to now continue to go big when he gets those opportunities because he is talented enough."

The Warriors chance to bounce back to winning ways is less than a week away, when they host Tasmania at the WACA Ground on Thursday 25 October.