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Queensland 5 for 269 (Lynn 88, Forrest 74*) v Western Australia
The Warriors chose to field after winning the toss and had early rewards as Joe Burns was bowled shouldering arms to Jason Behrendorff before Usman Khawaja guided a catch to gully for 1. Bulls were down to 74 for 3 when opener Dom Michael, who replaced the injured Luke Pomersbach, was dismissed for a patient 26 off 107 balls.
Lynn, playing his first Shield match since recovering from a rib injury, and Forrest then set about repairing the innings with a 96-run stand. Lynn played a watchful innings, before being dismissed caught-and-bowled by Nathan Rimmington. Bulls captain James Hopes fell a few overs before stumps, but Forrest was still around on an unbeaten 74.
Bulls need to win both their remaining matches to stay in contention for a place in the final, while Warriors are currently leading the table, where the top three sides are separated by only two points. One worry for Warriors on the first day was that allrounder Mitchell Marsh had to leave the field due to a suspected side strain.
Feldman helps Queensland to big win
Queensland kept themselves alive in the Sheffield Shield with a 250-run win over Western Australia in Brisbane, where Luke Feldman and Michael Neser helped the Bulls skittle the Warriors for 144
Seamers rattle Western Australia
Queensland's pacers Luke Feldman and James Hopes did the damage for the team, leaving Western Australia in disarray chasing 395 as Queensland closed in on a big win
Forrest ton puts Queensland in charge
A Peter Forrest century and impressive spells from James Hopes and Michael Neser put Queensland on the path towards first-innings points on the second day in Brisbane