Rain plays the biggest part with two day’s play lost to the weather.
England lost five wickets in the middle session before declaring at 430 for seven at tea on final day of their rain-hit tour match against Australia A on Saturday.
Skipper Alastair Cook called a halt just before tea with Joe Root unbeaten on 58 off 97 balls.
England wickets tumbled as the sun finally shone in Hobart after the second and third days’ play were washed out without a ball bowled.
Trent Copeland trapped Kevin Pietersen leg before wicket for eight, while Jonathan Trott was caught behind off Ben Cutting for four.
Gary Ballance did not help his Test hopes with another cheap score following up his first-ball duck in Perth with four before he was lbw to Cutting.
Wicketkeeper Matt Prior made 26 off 57 balls before he fell lbw to spinner Jon Holland, who also got the wicket of Stuart Broad for eight.
While the result would not have been what the Three Lions wanted, they did get some valuable time in the middle for their top-order, ahead of the first Test match which starts in Brisbane on November 21.