Queensland 231 (Burns 64, Peirson 42, Pope 7-87) trace South Australia 4 for 382 (Cooper 178, Lehmann 76 *, Doggett 2-62) for 151 races  Tom Cooper racked up in later races Getty Images
A superb 178 from experienced hitter Tom Australia put the Redbacks in charge on day two of the Queensland crash in Adelaide Oval.
Cooper, 31 Initially not selected for the game, with the return of Redbacks captain Travis Head of the test tasks, which had excluded him. But Callum Ferguson's calf injury reminded Cooper and he charged to give the Redbacks a good lead in the first innings.
His 11th century first class included 22 four and two six. He placed himself in a 107-race stand with starter Jake Weatherald, who took a 69-man patient before cutting Luke Feldman.
The head fell very similarly by only 16. Michael Neser managed to cut one in the southpaw and catch his outside advantage.
Cooper was joined by Jake Lehmann and the pair combined for a career of 143 races before Cooper fell to Brendan Doggett by 178. Lehmann continued his good touch after scoring 61 and 33 that were not the last . Week against New South Wales. He moved to 76 from 111 balls on the stumps, including nine and four, and will hope to advance to his seventh-century first-class on the third day.
Queensland used seven bowlers, including part-time bowlers. of starter Matt Renshaw, but he struggled to make inroads on a flat surface.