The match that finished in a draw late today featured three eye-catching efforts from a promising pair of Queenslanders and a talented West Australian.

Rookie Queensland Bulls opener Bryce Street displayed patience and skill on the way to scoring his maiden first class century in just his second game while fellow 20-year-old Xavier Bartlett was part of an attack that bowled Queensland to within sight of victory, but for a remarkable effort from WA allrounder Cameron Green.

Bartlett finished with 3-41 from 17 overs as he combined with the resurgent Cameron Gannon to put the Bulls in the box seat until Green produced a stunning 121 not out to go with his first innings 87 not out.

Queensland were bowled out for 411 in their first innings, with a lead of 79 after Street's heroics.

Last minute replacement Street struck his maiden Shield ton, stroking 115 in a stellar 308-ball knock that featured 16 boundaries.

"It's pretty surreal to be honest. It's kind of pinch me I'm dreaming," Street told AAP. 

"But I do have to remind myself that I am here as an injury replacement - I might miss the next game for all I know."

Allrounder Jack Wildermuth also impressed with 80, before falling to a long hop from part-timer Cameron Bancroft.

Queensland resumed their first innings on Monday at 1-167 and Khawaja added just two runs to his overnight total before being caught behind off the bowling of allrounder Stoinis (3-50).

And when Labuschagne was trapped in front by Stoinis, the Bulls were 3-173.

But Street made the most of his late call-up for the Shield match after ex-Test opener Matthew Renshaw pulled out with a stomach bug that left him in hospital on a drip last Friday night.

It was an impressive innings by Street after the Bulls lost their strike weapons early.

WA were bowled out for 332 on Sunday, recovering from 2-2 thanks to Marsh's fighting half-century and a wagging tail that added 162 for the final three wickets led by Green (87 not out).

The Bulls seemed destined for victory today, when they reduced the visitors to 7-53 in their second dig ahead of lunch, still trailing the hosts by 26 runs overall.

However, lanky allrounder Green - backing up from his impressive 87 not out in the first innings - again stood tall, striking an unbeaten 121 batting at No.9 to bat out the day as WA finished at 9-246 with an overall lead of 167 when the the teams shook hands.

Gannon was Queensland's bowling pick.

After taking 4-79 from 25 overs in the WA first innings, Gannon was on fire in the second dig, twice being on a hat-trick. He finished with 4-39 from 27 overs.