"It's a fair total. But we'd have liked some of our top order to spend more time at the crease, and capitalise on their starts," Gooch told reporters.
"You've got to bat long. Once you get in, you've got to capitalise on that. Certainly, come this Test series, if we get starts we've got to put big totals on the board.
"The job of the batters is to create an opportunity for your bowlers to win the match. That's their job, and they know it is. It wasn't a disaster today. But obviously some of the guys would have liked to spend more time out there."
The first Ashes Test begins on July 10 at Trent Bridge.