On Monday it was Cooper Anthes and two days later, Sam Freeman, James Simpson and Spencer Hayes were the difference for Tasmania as the Tigers caused a major upset over Victoria Metro.
As Victorian openers Angus Newman and Spencer Wood steadily ticked the run rate over, Freeman broke the 93-run partnership by bowling the former before trapping the latter in front of his stumps in his next over.
At 2-98, the Tigers were then able to keep the wickets flowing with Hunter Wright and Anthes proving valuable additions to the attack, picking up a dismissal apiece to leave the Victorians at 4-110 off 30 overs.
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Following his brother, Jarrod's list A debut on Tuesday, Freeman struck again, breaking the dangerous partnership of Jagadeswara Rao Koduru and Jack Ellwood by dimissing Ellwood for 18.
Freeman would finish up with marvellous figures of 3-36 off 15 as Riverside all-rounder Simpson and Sam Voss joined the wickets and Koduru's 52 saw the Victorians to 7-210.
Simpson showed his batting credentials as the Tasmanians took to the crease, working with Hayes to pile on a 77-run partnership which saw Hayes dismissed before the win.
A solid start saw the chasing side at 0-29 before a clump of wickets saw them slump to 3-37.
Anthes and Will Sartori saw the Tigers out of the dark patch until both lost their wickets in a three-over period, decimating their 31-run partnership but stability was ahead in the form of Nicholas Davis, Simpson and Hayes.
Davis chipped in for 33 before the two Northern lads kept the Tigers in the game and led them home with Simpson finishing on 55 not out, leaving Tasmania at 1-1 for the tournament.
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