Australia A 170 for 5 (Turner 56*, Rae 3-42) beat New Zealand A 169 (Kelly 52, Sandhu 5-27) by five wickets
New Zealand A, who won the four-day series 2-0, could only managed 169 after being put in to bat in conditions that offered the quicks some assistance but in turn caused problems for the Australia A top order.
But Turner, who was recently part of the Australia T20I squad in South Africa, brought some calmness while Ollie Davies briefly counterattacked before lofting to mid-off.
Sandhu had earlier made his mark as he took out the majority of the New Zealand A top order. Foxcroft was caught at point, Bruce edged behind, Leo Carter was taken at first slip and Josh Clarkson trapped in front at which point Sandhu had 4 for 1.
His five-wicket haul came during a second spell when Kelly, who had tried to repair the innings with a half-century, was neatly caught by Josh Philippe.