The England Performance Programme exploited a deteriorating pitch at Allan Border Field in Brisbane to complete a 126-run win in their four-day game against Queensland Academy.
The EPP, boosted by Adam Lyth's century, declared on 282-4 in their second innings to set the hosts 373 from 72 overs for victory.
Queensland began their pursuit strongly with Alex Kemp and Joe Burns sharing a century stand to take their side to 115 -1. However, a middle-order collapse saw them slump to defeat.
Off-spinner James Tredwell made the most of a large crack that appeared down the middle of the pitch at one end to claim four wickets, including Glen Batticciotto who was bowled by a delivery that hit the crack and grubbered onto the base of the stumps.
Lyth, who like fourth-wicket partner James Taylor came into the side for the EPP's second innings, resumed on 93 out of an overnight 170-3 on the final morning.
The opener soon went to three figures as the tourists added a rapid 112 today before declaring.
After losing Andrew Robinson early, Kemp and Burns made 53 and 49 respectively, but Michael Neser's 35 and Batticciotto's 25 were the only other scores of note.
The EPP squad are due to fly to Perth to play Retravision Warriors on December 3 and a Western Australia XI from December 7-10.