South Australia has beaten Victoria by 17 runs to claim outright second spot on the Matador Cup table.
Victorian bowler Marcus Stoinis put in an impressive bowling display to help the Bushrangers dismiss South Australia for 198 at Backstown Oval.
South Australia won the toss and elected to bat, before Victoria got off to the perfect start, with James Pattinson removing the in-form Travis Head for a duck with the third ball of the day.
Luderman was the next to go for 12, to make it 2-47, before Ferguson (39), Lehmann (58) and Cooper (32) all made impressive starts, but failed to go on, leaving the Redbacks in a delicate position at 5-113.
SA then lost their last five wickets for just 55 runs, as the Vics bowled the Redbacks all out for 189 in the 50th over.
Stoinis finished with figures of 4-43, while Holland took two wickets and Maxwell, Boland and Pattinson each took one.
In reply, the Bushrangers were dismissed for 181, falling 17 runs short.
John Hastings top scored with 43, while White (26) and Wade (21) were the other top scorers.
Kane Richardson took three wickets for WA, while Worrall took two wickets and Andrews, Zampa, Meanie and Ferguson all took one scalp.