Victoria Country suffered its first defeat at the National Under-19 Cricket Championships in Perth on Thursday.
After entering round three with a 2-0 record, Victoria Country was outplayed by the Cricket Australia XI.
After being sent into bat, Victoria Country was bowled out for just 181.
Cricket Australia XI paceman Bailey Moon ripped through the Victoria Country batting line-up and finished with figures of 7-22.
Victoria Country had been 2-134 before Moon did his damage with the ball.
Victoria Country skipper Todd Murphy, a former Sandhurst player in the BDCA, batted at number seven and made two.
Another former Sandhurst player - Nick Gladman - took the new ball for Victoria Country.
He bowled five overs for 22 runs before taking a spell.
Murphy took 1-35 off 10 overs with his off-spinners.
The Cricket Australia XI passed the Vic Country total for the loss of four wickets in the 44th over.
Victoria Metro and NSW Metro are the only unbeaten teams after three rounds.
Victoria Country plays Queensland in Friday's fourth round.
The Maroons have a 1-2 record after three games.
Victoria Country's big test will be on Sunday against NSW Metro.
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