Kevon Cooper returned with a four-wicket haul as host Rajasthan Royals bundled out lowly Perth Scorchers for a modest 119 in the Group 'A' league match of the Champions League in Jaipur on Sunday.
Playing true to expectation and using the home conditions well, Rajasthan Royals moved towards their eleventh successive victory, riding on a disciplined performance by their bowlers.
For Rajasthan Royals, Cooper (4 for 18) was the most successful bowler, while Pravin Tambe (2 for 17), James Faulkner (2 for 15) and Shane Watson (1 for 23) also contributed with the ball.
Cooper dismissed Hilton Cartwright (5), Voges (27), Joe Mennie (2) and Ashton Turner (11).
The visitors, who are languishing at the bottom of the table with two points from two matches, never looked up to the task as they kept losing wickets at regular intervals after being insterted by Rajasthan skipper Rahul Dravid.
Perth lost Liam Davis (18) in the third over and the slide continued with wickets falling till the last delivery of the innings.
Their specialist batsman Adam Voges was the top scorer with 27 made off 21 balls and the rest of the batting looked pretty inept as they wasted their starts and could never build up a momentum.
Half of the Scorchers side, including Voges, were back to the pavillion within 11.3 overs with the score reading 77.
After that, only Turner and Jason Behrendorff managed to score in double figures while the rest scored in single digit.