The Blind and Vision Impaired Team and the Cricketers with an Intellectual Disability Team were not able to go all the way, both sides falling short in their respective finals.
In the Deaf division, Luke Smith was a tournament standout, making 64 in the final and finishing in third place for most runs with 176 and an average of 35.20.
Luke Trudgett’s explosive innings of 46 off 19 balls in the final got SA to 3/143 after 16 overs, with the match reduced due to the earlier game running overtime.
Kym Jacob was the pick of the bowlers with 2/26, helping SA to restrict WA to just 6/120.
Adam Wood (175 runs), Trudgett (112 runs) and Justin Millard (101 runs) all finished the tournament in the top 10 for most runs.
Trudgett was also exceptional with the ball, topping the leaderboard for most wickets with 12 at an average of 7.83, while Millard came in second with nine.
The Cricketers with an Intellectual Disability Team set a modest total of 6/126 in the final, with captain Chris McQueen leading from the front making an unbeaten 84.
Luke Goodman was the most effective bowler for SA in the final taking 2/23, however Victoria managed to chase down the required total with one ball remaining, in a nail-biting finish.
Dale Fielke came in second for most runs with 253 at an average of 50.60, followed by McQueen in fifth (143 runs), and Scott May in sixth place (123 runs).
Michael Zannis top-scored with for SA with 60 in the Blind and Vision Impaired final, but SA ultimately fell 27 runs short of victory, after New South Wales set a competitive total of 5/217.
Star performer Stephen Palmer topped the runs with 525 from six innings, including three centuries, while Ricky Segura (150 runs) was the only other SA ID player to finish in the top 10.
Arron Lyall finished in eighth place for wickets.