Batsman Callum Ferguson, wicketkeeper Alex Carey and paceman Wes Agar were all included in an XI showcasing the top players of this year’s series.

Ferguson ranked third for runs this season across the competition and finished as South Australia’s top One-Day Cup runscorer for an incredible sixth consecutive season.

Now the State’s all-time leading one-day domestic runscorer, Ferguson struck two centuries and another half-century to average just under 58 from seven innings to come in at No.4 in’s best XI of the tournament.

SA ‘keeper Carey continued his hot limited-overs form with a strong One-Day Cup campaign.

He posted three half-centuries for 279 runs, behind only Ferguson for South Australia, boasting a healthy average of 46.50 and a strike rate just under 100.

Carey was also clean behind the stumps with seven dismissals to earn the right to the gloves in the Team of the Tournament.

Agar made an immediate impact in his return to the West End Redbacks’ line-up.

He finished equal-third for wickets with 11 which included back-to-back five-wicket hauls against Queensland and Western Australia.

The 22-year-old also maintained an economy of less than a run a ball and delivered two maidens, emerging as a genuine strike bowler for South Australia.

Aaron Finch (Victoria)
Daniel Hughes (New South Wales)
Usman Khawaja (Queensland) (c)
Callum Ferguson (South Australia)
Marnus Labuschagne (Queensland)
Alex Carey (South Australia) (wk)
Marcus Stoinis (Western Australia)
Nathan Coulter-Nile (Western Australia)
Nathan Ellis (Tasmania)
Jackson Bird (Tasmania)
Wes Agar (South Australia)