Ben Cutting and Chris Lynn had the final, powerful say as Queensland showed the resilience for which they are now renowned to run down New South Wales and retain the domestic limited overs title in a pounding match at North Sydney Oval.
David Warner smashed 197, the highest individual score by an Australian in a limited-overs match, to help New South Wales storm into the final of the Ryobi Cup
An unbeaten fifty from Usman Khawaja, his fourth fifty of the tournament, helped Queensland to their third successive win in the Ryobi Cup, as they beat Western Australia by 35 runs according to D/L
New South Wales finished their Ryobi Cup league campaign with a victory - by 49 runs via D/L method - against South Australia to secure their position in the elimination final
David Warner scored his successive hundred as New South Wales chased down Victoria's target of 312 with seven wickets to spare
Queensland shot up to the top of the Ryobi Cup table after their bowlers handed a heavy 90-run defeat to South Australia, their fourth in five matches, in Sydney
Shaun Marsh's 84, and a five-wicket haul by the seamer Andrew Tye helped Western Australia win their first game in the tournament after four defeats
Doug Bollinger received a one-match suspension after his wild attempt to hit the stumps had struck the batsman, during the Ryobi Cup clash between New South Wales and Queensland.
David Warner's fierce response to selection whispers that he is far from an assured starter in Australia's Ashes batting order was not enough to prevent Queensland from hurrying to a five-wicket victory in which a trio of discarded internationals all play
Tom Cooper and Michael Klinger shared a measured stand of 188 against Western Australia to set South Australia on the path to their first victory of the domestic limited-overs competition