Brian Vitori grabbed 5 for 90 but there was little support from the rest of the Rocks' attack. Richmond Mutumbami's 92 was the only score of note from the Rocks' top order in the second innings, but Vitori stretched their innings past 300 with his highest first-class score of 71.
Graeme Cremer mopped up the rest of the lower order to finish with 5 for 107 and Vitori's dismissal brought the Rocks' innings to an end on 313. Vitori was not done yet though. He struck twice more to have Rhinos at 6 for 3 in their chase of 48 but Malcolm Waller was around to take them home.