Todd Murphy and first-gamers James Seymour and Sam Elliott helped Victoria to victory in Thursday's Marsh Cup one-day match against South Australia at the Junction Oval.
After making 60 in his Shield debut earlier in the week, Seymour batted at number six on Thursday and didn't get the chance to bat until late in Victoria's innings of 7-333.
He made nine not out off eight balls, including an over on the sidelines retired hurt after suffering a hip injury.
Seymour was hurt while playing a hook shot for four off SA paceman Wes Agar.
He didn't do any fielding for the Vics.
Off-spinner Murphy was superb with the ball, taking 1-43 off his 10 overs, including the key wicket of Ryan Gibson clean bowled for 48.
Opening bowler Elliott, who played a couple of junior seasons in Bendigo, finished with figures of 2-60 off nine overs, with his first wicket for Victoria the prized scalp of Travis Head, who was caught at cover for 77 off 55 balls.
Late in the innings he had Corey Kelly caught on the boundary at deep cover.
South Australia was bowled out for 312 in the final over.
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