Victoria Metro had a win against Tasmania in Round 3 // Brody Grogan
NSW Metro and ACT/NSW Country remain unbeaten and sit on top of Pool A and Pool B respectively after three rounds at the 2018-19 Under 19 Male National Championships in Adelaide.
Sam Fanning continued his hot form for NSW Metro, pumping 92 off just 54 deliveries in a 124-run win against the Cricket Australia XI.
The left-hander found support from Liam Scott (86), Austin Waugh (49) and Ollie Davies (41) to lead NSW Metro to a total of 5-330.
Sam Rahaley top-scored for the CA XI with 79, but three wickets to Joel Foster helped dismiss the young side for 206.
ACT/NSW Country cruised to a convincing win against Western Australia, winning by 163 runs.
Will Fort (72) and Blake Nikitaras (65) led ACT/NSW Country to 4-295, before Kaleb Phillips claimed 3-37 to dismiss the boys from the west for just 132.
A second century for the carnival to Bailey Capel led South Australia to victory.
Capel's unbeaten 110 saw the host state cruise to an eight-wicket win against the Northern Territory.
Leg-spinners Josh Hoffman and Lloyd Pope claimed three scalps each for South Australia.
In a high-scoring contest, Queensland won by 23 runs against Victoria Country.
Half-centuries to Connor Sully (69), Angus Lovell (52) and Corey Hunter (52) guided Queensland to 9-290, despite three Vic Country bowlers claiming three wickets each.
Tom Jackson (89) and Yash Pednekar (68) led the run chase for Victoria Country, but Josh Kann's 3-10 saw Queensland dismiss their opponents for 267.
Victoria Metro claimed a 67-run win against Tasmania.
Elliott Brandon-Jones (74) and Noah Croes (61) were the Victorians' leading run-scorers, as Kade Applebee claimed a five-wicket haul for the Tasmanians.
In reply, Connor Rutland claimed 4-20, to dismiss Tasmania for 178.