Victoria 227 (Wade 89, Siddle 54, McDermott 3-45, Feldman 3-66) and 0 for 48 beat Queensland 149 and 125 (Townsend 42, Pattinson 6-32) by 10 wickets
James Pattinson produced his best first-class figures to set up a 10-wicket win for Victoria over Queensland on the third day at the Gabba. Pattinson took 6 for 32 as the Bulls were skittled for 125 in their second innings, setting Victoria a target of 48 that the openers Rob Quiney and Chris Rogers cruised to without losing a wicket.
It was the second successive ten-wicket win for the Bushrangers after they cleaned up Western Australia in Perth, and no team has yet passed 200 against them. That is perhaps not surprising given the quality of Victoria's attack, and in this match it was Pattinson who provided the bulk of the wickets.
Only three Queensland players reached double figures in their second innings and their last seven wickets fell for 32 runs as Pattinson and John Hastings caused all sorts of problems. Earlier, Victoria had been dismissed for 227 as Matthew Wade (89) missed a century.