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Tasmania 7 for 208 (Bailey 61, Di Venuto 49) and 268 drew with Queensland 459 (Maher 153, Hopes 77, Hartley 76, Bichel 56)
Queensland suffered a miserable day as wet weather ruined their chances of an outright victory in the opening match of the Pura Cup. Tasmania were struggling with a 17-run lead and only three wickets remaining when the drizzle forced the players off the field 12 minutes before lunch and the rain stayed for the rest of the day.
George Bailey managed the second half-century of his career with 61, a display which included eight fours and a six, as the Tigers added 60 runs while losing two wickets in the first session. Sean Clingeleffer, the wicketkeeper was 12 when he edged an Andy Bichel bouncer to Chris Hartley and Bailey followed when he fell to James Hopes, who gave Martin Love his third smart catch of the innings.
Queensland took two points from the match courtesy of their 191-run first-innings lead and Jimmy Maher was Man of the Match for his 153. The teams face each other again in the ING Cup at the Gabba on Saturday.
Bulls suffer as rain forces draw
Queensland suffered a miserable day as wet weather ruined their chances of an outright victory in the opening match of the Pura Cup
Johnson makes Tasmania suffer
Queensland moved into a dominant position at the end of the third day of their Pura Cup match against Tasmania at Brisbane