Victoria's Harris tested opener Aaron Finch Queen's with a pair of Chelsea Shields for the semi-finals.
Harris, who has been in the Test series against India in the following weeks after Victoria captain Peter Hanscom,
Opener Harris and Kieron Pollard made 52 for the third wicket before skipper Michael Clarke added 53 runs for the third wicket.
On the second day, England scored 515 for five wickets.
Harris was the first to score a century in the first Test at Adelaide. This is the 16th edition of the first innings Gamba's 16th class.
Wiggs Hershee was caught behind for eight off the four balls from Fleach.
In the first Test, Harris was a member of the 14th Test team of Australia. Harris took 10 first-innings lead in the 80-ball 10 with 10 boundaries.
Shane has scored 439 runs in 73.1 overs.
However, Harness did not take anything after Hans Commer left 81 in his first degree.
Australian coach Justin Langer said that his batting lineup in Adelaide is in confrontation with Gambha with Humbromboo.
Pietersen hit a six off Pietersen off Williams from 27 balls.
In the second innings, Queensland were batting at 2-162. Joe Burns (96 not out)
He scored three wickets for his century. Siddle scored 46 runs off 44 balls with five sixes and two fours.
Score Borland (3-50) jumped Ben Bens. Smith made 118 off 118 balls, including seven fours and three sixes.
Chris Tremain, who joined the Test squad, reached 2-58.
There are six members of the team's 14 Tests to play in the Gabba Shield match.
Qdej: Mathews Renshah, Joe Burns, Usman Khawaja (C), Charlie Hemphree, Marcus Labuashagne, Jack Wiltmut, Jimmy Pearson, Wicketkeeper Michael Nasser, Max Stecketti, Mitchell Swenson, Luke Friedman
Vic: Travis Dean, Markus Harris, Aaron Finch, Peter Handcomb, Glenn Maxwell, Seb Garch, James Pattinson, Chris Tremine, Peter Siddle, Scott Bolland, John Holland