Feldman's 6 for 32 puts Queensland in control

Queensland 6 for 195 (Hemphrey 52, Bell 3-42) and 255 lead Tasmania 115 (Feldman 6-32) by 335 runs

Fast bowler Luke Feldman claimed career-best figures of 6 for 32 to help Queensland bundle Tasmania out for 115 on day two of their Sheffield Shield game in Brisbane. Charlie Hemphrey then struck a patient fifty to stretch Queensland's lead to 335, with four wickets remaining in the second innings.

Resuming the second day at 2 for 60, Tasmania lost eight wickets for 55 runs in the first 19 overs of the day. Michael Neser and Ben Doggett also claimed two wickets each as Queensland gained a first-innings lead of 140.

Hemphrey's half-century, along with contributions from Matt Renshaw (32), Marnus Labuschagne (26), Sam Heazlett (39) and Jimmy Peirson (24 not out) carried Queensland to 6 for 195 at stumps on day two. Fast bowler Gabe Bell took three wickets.