Queensland 3 for 202 (Hopes 64*, Lynn 59*) lead Victoria 119 (Maxwell 38, Feldman 6-37) by 83 runs
Luke Feldman raced through Victoria's batting line-up to finish with a career-best 6 for 37 as Queensland took first-innings points within the first day at the Gabba. At the close, the Bulls were 3 for 202, already with a lead of 83 runs over the Bushrangers, who had crumbled for 119 against the Queensland seam attack.
The Queensland captain James Hopes was unbeaten on 64 at stumps, with Chris Lynn on 59. It was comprehensively the home side's day after they sent Victoria in and by lunch, the Bushrangers were in a massive hole at 8 for 84, with Glenn Maxwell (38) the only player who had looked like posting a reasonable score.
Feldman picked up a wicket in each of his first four overs, removing Chris Rogers for a duck, Tom Stray for 1, Aaron Finch for 2 and Alex Keath for 2. The match won't have any effect on the Sheffield Shield final, which will feature Tasmania and New South Wales, and the Bushrangers and Warriors will finish in the middle of the table.