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Queensland 3 for 136 (Burns 76*) trail Tasmania 350 (Cowan 93, Cazzulino 63, Cutting 4-54) by 214 runs
Tasmania's lower-order batsmen made useful contributions to put up a competitive total, one that appeared stronger after the bowlers dismissed three Queensland batsmen cheaply at Bellerive Oval.
Resuming on 5 for 244, Tasmania lost Ben Dunk before he scored on the second day, and Tim Paine added only 27 to his overnight 12. Xavier Doherty and Sam Rainbird scored 32 and 26 to take the score to 350. Ben Cutting finished with 4 for 54 for Queensland, while Alister McDermott claimed 3 for 58.
Rainbird made the first breakthrough for Tasmania, having Queensland opener Luke Pomersbach caught behind for 12. Joe Burns added 50 for the second wicket with Dom Michael, who was then lbw to Andrew Fekete for 22. Ben Hilfenhaus bowled Nick Stevens for 2, and by stumps Burns had contributed 76 to Queensland's 3 for 136.
Tasmania quicks lead 183-run rout
Tasmania's fast bowlers made short work of Queensland in the fourth innings, needing only 50.4 overs to wrap up a 183-run win in Hobart
Hilfenhaus takes hat-trick on 17-wicket day
Ben Hilfenhaus' hat-trick was the headlining performance on a 17-wicket day in Hobart, and when the dust settled after the frenetic action, Queensland were left with a daunting target to chase
Burns resists Tasmania with fifty
Tasmania's lower-order batsmen made useful contributions to put up a competitive total, one that appeared stronger after the bowlers dismissed three Queensland batsmen cheaply