The my FootDr Queensland Bulls will set themselves to convert opportunity into more points in their remining JLT Sheffield Shield matches in the wake of a convincing outright win over Tasmania today at the Gabba.
The Bulls 206-run win elevated them to the top of the Shield ladder in the wake of NSW’s loss to WA yesterday.
Queensland now have a short turnaround before travelling to Melbourne to take on Victoria at the MCG at the end of the week.
Queensland’s remaining matches are against fellow Shield Final contenders South Australia (a), Western Australia (home) and NSW (a).
Bulls quick Luke Feldman needed less than 20 minutes to remove the final resistance in the Tigers tail, picking up two wickets to bring the innings to an early end with injured paceman Jackson Bird (hamstring) and Gabe Bell (foot) both unable to bat.
Player of the match Feldman had Tom Rogers caught in the gully in the first over of the day for 1 and followed it up by dismissing Simon Milenko for 23 in his next over.
The paceman collected 3-53 for a nine-wicket match return, having earned career-best figures of 6-32 in the first innings.
Feldman's match included a highest-ever career score of 47, batting at No.11 in the first innings.