Queensland 257 (Khawaja 56, Bird 4-68) and 0 for 58 (Burns 46*) beat Tasmania 78 (Wakim 11, Neser 4-18) and 236 (McDermott 69, Paine 61, Webster 50, Neser 3-48, Steketee 3-62) by ten wickets
Neser and Steketee took three wickets apiece to bowl Tasmania out for 236 on the third day. Half-centuries from Tasmania trio Ben McDermott, Tim Paine and Beau Webster ensured the home side would bat again but the paultry target of 58 was light work for Queensland openers Joe Burns and Bryce Street.
McDermott and Paine added 54 in the morning session after Steketee removed nightwatchman Gabe Bell. McDermott reached his second half-century of the season and absorbed 189 deliveries before Steketee produced another cracking delivery to break the partnership and have McDermott caught behind.
Paine and Webster also added 56 for the seventh wicket with the Australian Test captain passing fifty for the second time in the Shield season. He struck eight fours and a six but Neser knocked him over with the second new ball to expose the tail. Tasmania lost 4 for 43 with Webster the last man out for 50.
Burns and Street needed just ten overs to reach the target of 58. Burns raced to 46 not out from 35 balls with six fours and a six before Street hit the winning runs to deny him a half-century. The win moves the Bulls up to the second spot on the Sheffield Shield table.