A century third-wicket stand from Georgia Voll and Ruth Johnston took the game away from Tasmania at the national under-18 carnival, with Queensland defeating the home side by 184 runs at Windsor Park.
The pair met at 2-17 following the dismissal of captain Charli Knott and didn't look back, providing an almost chance-less partnership for over 90 minutes until Voll was dismissed by Grace Pullen in the 29th over for 65.
Voll brushed aside a knock to the helmet off a delivery from Tigers captain Chloe Abel, while a dropped catch off Maddison Brooks' first over didn't harm the pair, as they set the platform for the lower order to make Tasmania pay.
Wicket-keeper Caitlin Mair came in and picked up where Voll left, working with Johnston until her dismissal for 58 to compile a run-a-ball 46 before spinner Ella Marsh took her wicket.
Grace Parsons (35 off 37) took control of the innings from there while Kirsten Davey and Kira Holmes finished not out to steer the Maroons to 6-254 - the highest score of the tournament.
Clare Scott was the only multiple wicket-taker for the Tasmanians - taking 2-50 off her complete set of 10 overs - while Abel, Marsh, Pullen and Brooks all snagged a wicket apiece.
Greater Northern Raiders representative Sasha Lowry, Scott, Marsh, wicket-keeper Melodie Armstrong and South Launceston's Alice McLauchlan all held onto their chances, taking catches.
The minimal good news unfortunately ended there for the home side as the Queenslanders continued asserting dominance in their bowling innings - dismissing Tasmania for 70 within 35 overs.
Losing opener and team leading run-scorer Abel in the fourth over, Marsh and Brooks were able to once again combine and grind out a eight-over stand for 15 runs until both were dismissed in quick succession to bring Armstrong to the crease.
The shining light through dark times, Armstrong was at the non-strikers end for seven wickets, putting together a composed 25 off 65 balls to show some fight in a challenging situation.
Her fourth-wicket combination with Lowry (10) provided the most joy to the scorecard, doubling the Tigers' total from 3-20 to 4-40 but the last-wicket stand with tailender Hannah Magor (0 not out off 18 balls) showed the Tasmanian spirit - putting on 17 in a 20-minute flourish.
Knott proved to be the thorn in Tasmania's side, taking 3-15 off 6.2 while Johnston and Voll showed they weren't one-trick ponies, each taking two wickets in the big win.
A rest day meets the Tasmanians before Wednesday's Cricket Australia XI clash at the NTCA ground.
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