Marnus Labuschagne produced two run outs from direct hits in the rain-reduced contest
Queensland 8 for 186 (Renshaw 76, Siddle 3-30) beat Tasmania 131 (Sully 4-39, Bazley 3-12) by 45 runs (DLS method)
Renshaw’s 76 off 62 balls, which included 13 boundaries, helped lift Queensland to 8 for 186 from 29 overs with Tasmania’s target set at 177.
They made a promising start to reach 0 for 38 in the seventh over but stumbled after Caleb Jewell became Sully’s first wicket. James Bazley nipped out two middle-order scalps before Marnus Labuschagne produced two direct hit run outs. Tasmania did not score a boundary between the 11th and 21st overs.
Sully removed Jordan Silk from a top edge, Tasmania’s last chance of getting close to the target, and in all their last eight wickets fell for 63.
Queensland had been in early trouble at 2 for 12 before a three-hour rain stoppage. On resumption Labuschange progressed to 27 before he was lbw to offspinner Ben Manenti, making his List A debut, who also removed Joe Burns to leave the home side 4 for 90.
Renshaw joined forces with Jimmy Peirson who struck 42 off 27 balls including three sixes in a stand of 74 in eight overs.