NSW wrap up comprehensive win
New South Wales 386 (Maddinson 87, Smith 69, Henry 60, Warner 52) and 8 for 270 declared (Maddinson 72, Haddin 50*, McDermott 4-44) beat Queensland 222 (Khawaja 58, Copeland 5-49) and 284 (Hartley 78*, O'Keefe 3-60) by 150 runs
Queensland's wicketkeeper Chris Hartley offered the only major resistance for the team, as New South Wales crushed them by 150 runs in the Sheffield Shield match at Allan Border Field.
Resuming at 5 for 113 in pursuit of a distant target of 435, Queensland hit out on the final morning but lost wickets at regular intervals, as a result of which, the match was wrapped up by lunch.
Hartley's unbeaten 78, which included 11 fours and two sixes, was accompanied by cameos from Michael Neser and the last man Alister McDermott, who helped add 59 runs before Steve Smith ended the match with a full toss that struck the base of McDermott's stumps.
Steve O'Keefe claimed three scalps, while the Test spinner Nathan Lyon added the wicket of Ben Cutting to go with his two first-innings victims.