South Australia have beaten NSW by four wickets in the Sheffield Shield match in Adelaide.
Chasing 91 to win, the Redbacks posted 6-94 and wrapped up victory before tea on Thursday's third day of play.
SA moved to 24 points on the Shield table with their third consecutive triumph in the four-day competition. Victoria, currently playing Queensland, also have 24 points.
Redback opener Sam Raphael top-scored in the run chase, making 34, while Blues paceman Doug Bollinger claimed four wickets.
SA earlier bowled out NSW for 173 in their second innings, with paceman Joe Mennie taking 4-48 to finish the match with eight wickets.
Fellow quicks Daniel Worrall and Chadd Sayers both snared three wickets, though Sayers did not return to action after tearing a rib muscle on Wednesday.
New South Wales 157 (B Haddin 56, T Copeland 28; C Sayers 5-54, J Mennie 4-39) and 173 (P Nevill 36, N Maddinson 28; J Mennie 4-48, C Sayers 3-19, D Worrall 3-52)
South Australia 240 (J Brown 65, T Ludeman 60; D Bollinger 4-77, T Copeland 4-56) and 6-94 (S Raphael 34, A Carey 17; D Bollinger 4-31).