Both Victoria and New South Wales finished with nine points each with two wins and three losses in five matches, but Victoria were ranked fourth with a net run-rate of -0.464 while NSW were fifth with a NRR of -0.484.
Both Victoria and New South Wales finished with nine points each with two wins and three losses in five matches, but Victoria were ranked fourth with a net run-rate of -0.464 while NSW were fifth with a NRR of -0.484.

Victoria moved on to the JLT One-Day Cup semi-finals by virtue of finishing higher than their opponents New South Wales by just 0.02 Net Run Rate margin in the league stages, after the teams qualifying final was washed out without a ball being bowled.

Both Victoria and New South Wales finished with nine points each with two wins and three losses in five matches, but Victoria were ranked fourth with a net run-rate of -0.464 while NSW were fifth with a NRR of -0.484.

And with a no-result in the qualifying final match, Victoria moved on to the semi-finals to face the yet unbeaten Western Australia in Sunday’s semi-final at the Junction Oval in Melbourne.

New South Wales had won the toss and opted to bowl first and were buoyed by the return of Josh Hazlewood ho had been out of action for six months due to a stress fracture in his back.

For Victoria, experienced campaigner Cameron White was benched due to a low-grade groin strain. However, rain had the final say which pelted down right after the toss at the Drummoyne Oval, Sydney.