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November 11, 2012
Queensland 360 (Khawaja 138, Faulkner 4-98) defeated Tasmania 95 and 142 (Blizzard 49, Gannon 6-53) by an innings and 123 runs
Cameron Gannon's six wickets helped Queensland wrap up an innings and 123-run hiding of Tasmania in the Sheffield Shield match in Hobart.
The Tigers were rushed out for 142 after the Bulls' first innings concluded at 360, Aiden Blizzard's 49 providing the only semblance of resistance as Gannon plucked the first five wicket haul of his first-class career.
Queensland were indebted to their No. 3 batsman Usman Khawaja for a first innings 138 that towered over every other innings, and he was a clear choice for the match award.
Tasmania, meanwhile, have a few questions to ponder, having suffered their second consecutive outright loss at home on a Bellerive Oval surface that has been treacherous for batting this season after being relaid.
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