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Queensland Cricket Association


Queensland Cricket, formerly known as the Queensland Cricket Association, was formed in 1876[1] and is the governing body of Cricket in Queensland, Australia. They run the Queensland Bulls, Queensland Fire, Allan Border Field and the XXXX Gold Premiership, the premier club cricket competition in South East Queensland.

XXXX Gold A Grade Competition

Statistics for Brisbane grade cricket have been recorded since the 1897/98 season.

Teams

Club Years Contested
Premierships[2]
Beenleigh/Logan Cutters 1994/95 to date[3] 0
Gold Coast District Cricket Club 1990/91 to date[4] 3[5]
Northern Suburbs District Cricket Club 1927/28 to date[6] 9
Easts/Redlands Tigers 1934/35 to date[7] 8
Sandgate-Redcliffe Gators 1961/62 to date[8] 5
South Brisbane 1897/98 to date[9] 20
Sunshine Coast Scorchers 2004/05 to date[10] 1
Toombul District Cricket Club 1897/98 to date[11] 19
University of Queensland Cricket Club 1912/13 to date[12] 10
Valley District Cricket Club 1897/98 to date[13] 10
Western Suburbs Bulldogs 1921/22 to date[14] 13
Wynnum-Manly Sea-Eagles 1961/62 to date[15] 4
  • Defunct clubs to have won the premiership are Colts (4 times), Toowong (1) and Woolloongabba (1).
  • Current as at end of 2009/10 season.

References

External links

http://www.qldcricket.com.au/

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