BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - OCTOBER 26: Moises Henriques of the Blues looks on during day two of the Sheffield Shield match between Queensland Bulls and New South Wales Blues at The Gabba on October 26, 2016 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

New South Wales have recorded an embarrassing defeat in the Marsh Cup, managing to score just 76 runs in 21.4 overs at the WACA.

The score is officially the lowest for the Blues in List A history, an unwelcome stat for the visitors after choosing to bat first after winning the toss.

West Australian quicks Jhye Richardson (4-24) and Jason Behrendorff (3-17) had a field day as they crushed the NSW batting order, quickly falling to 6-20.

Daniel Sams was the Blues' highest run scorer with 26 runs, before being caught by Josh Josh Philippe. Daniel Hughes, Matthew Gilkes and Jason Sangha all departed the WACA without a run on the scoreboard.

The Western Australians easily chased their 77 run target, with Philippe scoring 37 off 46. D'Arcy Short was the only wicket on the board, bowled by Liam Hatcher after 18 runs off 38 balls.