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Match 1
VIC 240/10 (48.3 ov)
QUE 227/10 (46.5 ov)
Victoria win by 13 runs
Victoria vs Queensland live score
Match 2
NSW 204/10 (43.4 ov)
WAU 206/6 (32.2 ov)
Western Australia win by 4 wickets
New South Wales vs Western Australia live score
Match 3
TAS 321/8 (50.0 ov)
VIC 256/10 (47.2 ov)
Tasmania win by 65 runs
Tasmania vs Victoria live score
Match 4
NSW 241/10 (49.1 ov)
SAU 245/3 (38.2 ov)
South Australia win by 7 wickets
New South Wales vs South Australia live score
Match 6
QUE 316/6 (50.0 ov)
TAS 317/6 (49.0 ov)
Tasmania win by 4 wickets
Queensland vs Tasmania live score
Match 5
SAU 237/9 (50.0 ov)
WAU 240/5 (45.1 ov)
Western Australia win by 5 wickets
South Australia vs Western Australia live score
Match 7
VIC 327/10 (50.0 ov)
NSW 261/10 (42.0 ov)
Victoria win by 66 runs
Victoria vs New South Wales live score
Match 9
SAU 280/10 (48.5 ov)
QUE 281/3 (35.3 ov)
Queensland win by 7 wickets
South Australia vs Queensland live score
Match 8
NSW 239/10 (47.3 ov)
TAS 151/10 (31.3 ov)
New South Wales win by 88 runs
New South Wales vs Tasmania live score
Match 10
VIC 200/10 (45.4 ov)
WAU 202/4 (28.3 ov)
Western Australia win by 6 wickets
Victoria vs Western Australia live score
Match 11
SAU 236/7 (50.0 ov)
TAS 238/7 (49.0 ov)
Tasmania win by 3 wickets
South Australia vs Tasmania live score
Match 12
WAU 387/10 (47.0 ov)
QUE 271/10 (42.3 ov)
Western Australia win by 116 runs
Western Australia vs Queensland live score
Match 13
SAU 265/7 (50.0 ov)
VIC 257/10 (50.0 ov)
South Australia win by 8 runs
South Australia vs Victoria live score
Match 15
TAS 290/8 (50.0 ov)
WAU 292/5 (40.3 ov)
Western Australia win by 5 wickets
Tasmania vs Western Australia live score
Match 14
QUE 296/10 (47.2 ov)
NSW 300/4 (45.4 ov)
New South Wales win by 6 wickets
Queensland vs New South Wales live score
Qualifying Final 3v6
QUE 363/5 (50.0 ov)
SAU 334/10 (47.2 ov)
Queensland win by 24 runs (DLS Method)
Queensland vs South Australia live score
Qualifying Final 4v5
VIC
NSW
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
Victoria vs New South Wales live score
Semi Final 1
QUE 177/10 (44.5 ov)
TAS 180/4 (37.2 ov)
Tasmania win by 6 wickets
Queensland vs Tasmania live score
Semi Final 2
VIC 332/10 (49.5 ov)
WAU 269/10 (45.5 ov)
Victoria win by 63 runs
Victoria vs Western Australia live score
Final
VIC 274/10 (50.0 ov)
TAS 164/10 (40.4 ov)
Victoria win by 110 runs
Victoria vs Tasmania live score

JLT One-Day Cup 2018

16 Sep 2018 - 10 Oct 2018

The JLT One-Day Cup is the official List A domestic cricket competition of the Cricket Australia. The tournament has been played since 1969, and is called JLT One-Day Cup in recent times for sponsorship reasons, as it is sponsored by the Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group.


The 2018 JLT One-Day Cup commences from 16th September and is expected to be over by 10th October.


History


The tournament was introduced as a response to England’s Gillette Cup which was first played in 1963, thus becoming the second country ever to have a domestic one-day competition. It also holds the distinction of being the first List A competition to feature players numbers on their backs, introducing them in 1995.


Matches


The matches are played in a round-robin format followed by the finals round, although previously it was played as a knockout tournament. A total of 20 matches will be played in the competition.


A win is awarded four points with the losing team getting no points while a tie or a draw results in both the team sharing two points. There is also the system of bonus points where teams are awarded bonus points for having run rate 1.25 times of the opposition.


Teams


Six teams will play the tournament in the 2018 edition - New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia. Three more teams have previously featured in the tournament - Cricket Australia XI (2015, 2017), Australian Capital Territory (1997, 1999) and New Zealand (1964, 1970). Newer additions like Papua New Guinea have also been suggested.


Western Australia will play as the defending champions, having won their 13th title in the 2017th edition making them the most successful team in the competition.


Venues


The competition will be held across four cities - Townsville, Sydney, Perth and Melbourne. The respective cricket grounds are given below:-


a) Riverway Stadium, Townsville

b) WACA Ground, Perth

c) North Sydney Oval, Sydney

d) Junction Oval, St. Kilda

e) Hurstville Oval, Sydney

f) Bankstown Oval, Sydney

h) Drummoyne Oval, Sydney


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