Queensland 452 (Labuschagne 112, Renshaw 94, Reardon 63, Hopes 57, Mennie 3-66) beat South Australia 203 (Ross 92*, Zampa 57, Hopes 4-52) and 235 (Cosgrove 65, Hopes 4-33, Stanlake 4-63) by an innings and 14 runs
Queensland bundled out South Australia's last six wickets for 54 runs to make sure they did not have to bat again, and sealed an innings-and-14-run win in Brisbane. Debutant Billy Stanlake and James Hopes took four-fors to finish the match with seven and eight wickets respectively as South Australia were dismissed for 235.
Continuing from their overnight 181 for 4 with a trail of 68 runs, SA lost Alex Ross in the first over of the day to Hopes and Tom Cooper (44) also fell to Stanlake seven overs later, after they crossed 200. Tim Ludeman and Adam Zampa resisted with double-digit scores but Marnus Labuschagne broke the stand before the last three wickets were wiped out for 14 runs in 21 balls. Hopes finished with match figures of 8 for 85 and also scored 57 at No. 8 for Queensland.
Wicketkeeper Chris Hartley took two more catches to finish with ten in the match, taking his first-class career tally to 521, a record Queensland, by overtaking Wade Seccombe's 519.
"[The record] reminds me that I've been playing for a while," Hartley said. "It's a good indication of how your fast bowlers are going. We had a lot of guys taking catches behind the wicket."