A Nicole Bolton century helped fire the Western Fury to a 132-run win over the Tasmania Roar in the Women's National Cricket League in Perth on Saturday.
Bolton (121) was well-supported by Jenny Wallace (56) and Suzannah Bates (47) as the Fury posted a score of 6-272 from 46.5 overs in the rain-affected match.
Set a revised target of 236, the Roar were rolled for just 104 as Renee Chappell (5-31 off seven overs) starred with the ball.
Tasmania needed to make a bright start and Emily Thompson (18) and Belinda Page (15) looked good in the early stages.
But both fell quickly and Corinne Hall (36) struggled for partners in her bid to keep Tasmania in the contest.
Hall hit four boundaries in her 35-ball knock but the flow of regular wickets never stopped as Chappell ran riot.
The Roar lost their last six wickets for just 16 runs as the Fury celebrated a big victory at the WACA.
Earlier, Bolton and Wallace combined for a 120-run union for the first wicket.
Anita Silva (1-29 off four overs) removed Wallace but Bates continued the big hitting with an impressive knock.
Bolton - who hit 14 fours in her 131-ball stay at the crease - was finally dismissed by Linsey Da Costa (3-50 off 10) but her important knock paved the way for the triumph.
First Posted 13 October, 2012 9:13PM AEST