Tasmania 78 and Four for 72 path Queensland 257 (Khawaja 56, Chicken 4-68) by 107 runs
Tasmania’s horror match with the bat continued on the Gabba as they misplaced three second-innings wickets with out a run on the board to go away them dealing with an innings defeat in opposition to Queensland.
A battling half-century from Usman Khawaja and helpful lower-order contributions had taken Queensland to a lead of 179 after they’d dismantled Tasmania for 78 on the opening day.
In reply, Alex Doolan, Jordan Silk (who bagged a pair) and Jake Doran all fell for geese in opposition to Michael Neser and Jack Wildermuth.
They regained some composure as Charlie Wakim and Ben McDermott added 72 however Wakim was pinned lbw by Mitchell Swepson late within the day.
Queensland had been already within the lead in a single day however Tasmania mounted one thing of a fightback as they chipped away. Bryce Avenue’s 171-ball keep ended when he edged Jackson Chicken and Sam Heazlett was given caught down the leg aspect.
Khawaja held the innings collectively along with his second Defend half-century of the season earlier than the arduous work ended when a booming drive was edged to second slip. Cameron Gannon and Mark Steketee chipped in with 20s from Nos. 9 and 10. The innings was wrapped up by the offspin of Beau Webster who, in a sport dominated by the seamers, completed with three for 44.