Queensland 2 for 133 (Redmayne 62*) beat Australian Capital Territory 132 by eight wickets
Queensland made short work of ACT as they raced to victory with more than 26 overs to spare. Georgia Redmayne's brisk half-century led the chase after the home side had put in an impressive bowling and fielding display.
The tone was set in the fifth over of the day when captain Jess Jonassen plucked a one-handed catch above her head at mid-on to remove Rebecca Carter. When ACT's leading batter, Katie Mack, cut to point and Matilda Lugg clipped to square leg they were 3 for 31.
They were unable to mount a recovery as the Queensland attack chipped away. Jonassen would finished with figures 2 for 5 from seven overs which included three maidens. There was some resistance in a ninth-wicket stand of 33 between Holly Ferling and Chloe Rafferty which was ended when Georgia Voll held a stinging return catch as all seven of Queensland's bowlers got among the wickets.
Voll, who made 145 in the opening game of the season against New South Wales, then helped Redmayne skip out of the blocks in a first-wicket stand of 83 in 15 overs.
The victory means Queensland have started their season with four wins from four while ACT have four losses.