MELBOURNE - Queensland took two wickets in the last over to beat Victoria by two runs in an astonishing one-day cricket final at the MCG.
Former Test paceman Ryan Harris dismissed Clint McKay and Fawad Ahmed with successive deliveries to end the match with two balls left.
Needing five runs from the last over, Victoria was bowled out for 144 from 31.4 overs in the rain- shortened game.
It is Queensland's ninth one-day title, while Victoria has made six finals in the last seven seasons for only one win.
This was a classic match, featuring near-continuous rain through the Victorian innings and repeated momentum shifts.
McKay loomed as the hero with his innings of 18 at No.9, including a monstrous driven six off Cameron Gannon that landed 15 rows deep in the Ponsford Stand.
But a superb delivery from Harris had him caught behind and the following ball, Peter Forrest took a sharp catch at second slip to dismiss Ahmed.
Harris was named man of the match, taking 4-26 from 7.4 overs.
Rain stopped play for two hours and 42 minutes in the Queensland innings.
The bowler-friendly conditions meant Victoria's target of 147 from 32 overs was always a lot tougher than it appeared.