QCCA Competitions




QCCA Competitions

XXXX Country Cup

The annual North versus South battle is waged over this prized piece of silverware. South have had the better of this battle over the years and won 14 consecutive titles before  North hit back in 2005 and 2006.

Many fine players have been involved in these clashes including

  • Andy Bichel - the last player to play for Country and then go on to represent the Bulls and Australia
  • Brad Inwood - a former Queensland Shield player who went on to not only play in this competition but captain Queensland Country to victory in the then ACB Country Cricket Championships
  • Errol Harris - a former Tasmanian Shield player who went on to play Country cricket
  • Brian May - the leading run scorer in Australian Country Championships pictured above. A prolific batsmen who is setting records that may never be beaten
  • Michael Warden - the leading wicket taker in Australian Country Championships. Like Brian, he established benchmarks that will probably be out of reach of future generations of country cricketers 
  • Terry Oliver - the current Bulls coach represented Queensland Country as a player and a coach.

Platypus Shield U19 Country Championship

This competition between the best emerging talent in the respective regions of the State is proudly sponsored by Platypus, the official ball supplier fo Country cricket.

Ron Bushby Shield U17 Country Championship

This competition is named in honour of one of the great stalwarts of country cricket.

Gary Madsen Shield - Development Squad

This squad is chosen with an eye to the future and gains experience in an annual series against a visiting State Institute. The first five years were played against the Victorian Institue of Sport, but from 2007 the ACT AIS is the rival.

QCCA Trophy Winners

Year  XXXX Cup - Open Playtpus Shield U/19 Ron Bushby Shield U/17  Gary Madsen Shield 
2006

 Nth Qld

  Sth Qld

Nth Qld

 Rained out

2005

 Nth Qld

  Sth Qld

Sth Qld

 VIS

2004

 Sth Qld

  Nth Qld

Nth Qld

 VIS

2003

 Sth Qld

  Sth Qld

Sth Qld

 VIS

2002

 Sth Qld

  Nth Qld

Nth Qld

 VIS

2001

 Sth Qld

  Sth Qld

   
2000

 Sth Qld

  Sth Qld

   
1999

 Sth Qld

  Nth Qld

   
1998

 Sth Qld

  Sth Qld

   
1997

 Sth Qld

     
1996

 Sth Qld

     
1995

 Sth Qld

     
1994

 Sth Qld

     
1993

 Sth Qld

     
1992

 Sth Qld

     
1991

 Sth Qld

     
1990

 Nth Qld

     
1989

 Nth Qld

1988

 Sth Qld

     



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