Breakthrough Ashes batsman Marnus Labuschagne got among the runs as Queensland beat NSW in their opening one day clash.
Labuschagne hit a sparkling 67 off 64 balls, and, along with opener Sam Heazlett (70 off 57 balls) helped guide the home side to a position of strength in pursuit of NSW's 5-305 after the visitors were sent in by the Bulls.
Allrounder Jack Wildermuth hit his maiden one day half century while Test aspirant Joe Burns posted an unbeaten knock of 54 to successfully help the home side over the line with two overs to spare at 6-307.
Harry Conway (3-72) made inroads for NSW after Heazlett and Labuschagne put on 112 for the second wicket, but, without any of their Test stars, the relatively inexperienced Blues bowling line-up were unable to make sufficient inroads on a well-paced pitch.
NSW had three batsman pass 50 but saw their momentum stall mid-innings after Jack Edwards and Moises Henriques put on a quick-paced 121 for the second wicket.
The pair fell in quick succession with Edwards (84) the first to go caught on the boundary, while Henriques (52) mis-hit a leg-side shot to offer an easy catch.
In the absence of Steve Smith, NSW found middle-order runs thanks to a confident debut from Nick Bertus who posted an impressive 69 not out from 60 balls.
New South Wales were without all their Ashes representatives, with only Labuschagne lining up for Queensland after they elected to rest Michael Neser.
Pace bowler Billy Stanlake was impressive for Queensland, mixing up his pace to finish with 2-49 from his 10 overs.