Grade Cricket

GRADE CRICKET
First Grade / A-Grade Premiers

Season Premiers Season Premiers Season Premiers
1897/98 Woolloongabba 1940/41 University 1981/82 Wynnum-Manly
1898/99 North Brisbane 1941/42 Toombul 1982/83 Wynnum-Manly
1899/00 Woolloongabba 1942/43 Wests 1983/84 Souths
1900/01 South Brisbane 1943/44 Easts 1984/85 Valley
1901/02 Fortitude Valley 1944/45 Wests 1985/86 Souths
1902/03 Toowong 1945/46 Toombul 1986/87 Norths
1903/04 South Brisbane 1946/47 Toombul 1987/88 Wests
1904/05 Toombul 1947/48 Wests 1988/89 Souths
1905/06 Woolloongabba 1948/49 Wests 1989/90 Easts
1906/07 South Brisbane 1949/50 Colts 1980/91 Souths
1907/08 South Brisbane 1950/51 Colts 1991/92 Toombul
1908/09 South Brisbane 1951/52 Easts 1992/93 University
1909/10 South Brisbane 1952/53 Toombul 1993/94 Toombul
1910/11 North Brisbane 1953/54 Easts 1994/95 Valley
1911/12 Woolloongabba 1954/55 Toombul 1995/96 Wynnum-Manly
1912/13 South Brisbane 1955/56 Norths 1996/97 Valley
1913/14 Toombul - Windsor 1956/57 Easts 1997/98 Sandgate-Redcliffe
1914/15 Fortitude Valley 1957/58 Wests 1998/99 Sandgate-Redcliffe

1915/16
to
1917/18

No Competition
due to World War 1
1958/59 Wests 1999-2000 Sandgate-Redcliffe
1918/19 Fortitude Valley 1950/60 University 2000-01 Souths
1919/20 Fortitude Valley 1960/61 Wests 2001/02 Sandgate-Redcliffe
1920/21 Toombul - Windsor 1961/62 Souths 2002/03 Gold Coast
1921/22 Toombul 1962/63 Souths 2003/04 Sandgate-Redcliffe
1922/23 Toombul 1963/64 Souths 2004/05 Wests
1923/24 Wests 1964/65 University 2005/06 Sunshine Coast
1924/25 Toombul 1965/66 Colts 2006/07 University
1925/26 Toombul 1966/67 Souths 2007/08 Wests
1926/27 Toombul 1967/68 University 2008/09 Gold Coast
1927/28 Toombul 1968/69 South Brisbane *2009/10 Toombul
1928/29 Fortitude Valley 1969/70 University 2010/11 Wynnum-Manly
1929/30 Toombul 1970/71 Norths 2011/12 University
1930/31 Fortitude Valley 1971/72 Norths 2012/13 Toombul
1931/32 Wests 1972/73 Norths
1932/33 Toombul 1973/74 University
1933/34 Norths 1974/75 Valley
1934/35 Toombul 1975/76 University
1935/36 Souths 1976/77 Souths
1936/37 Wests 1977/78 Souths
1937/38 Colts 1978/79 Norths
1938/39 Easts 1979/80 Easts
1939/40 Souths 1980/81 Wynnum-Manly

* The top side after the qualifying rounds was declared the 'premier' from 2009-10, with the final series deciding the Dmaien Mullins Cup for overall champion.

 GRADE CRICKET
DAMIEN MULLINS CUP OVERALL CHAMPIONS

 2009/10  G/Coast
 2010/11  W-Manly
 2011/12  Uni of Qld
 2012/13  Toombul


 

GRADE CRICKET
First Grade One-Day Premiers

Season

Premiers

Season

Premiers

Season Premiers
1972-73

Valley

1990-91 Sandgate-Redcliffe 2008-09 University
1973-74

Valley

1991-92

University

2009-10 Gold Coast
1974-75

W/Manly

1992-93

Gold Coast

2010-11 University
1975-76

Sandgate-Redcliffe

1993-94

University

2011-12 University
1976-77

W/Manly

1994-95

University

2012-13 Toombul
1977-78

Norths

1995-96

Sunshine Coast

1978-79

Wynnum-Manly

1996-97

Valley

1979-80

Souths

1997-98

Toombul

1980-81 No Competition 1998-99

Easts/Redlands

1981-82

Norths

1999-2000

Wynnum-Manly

1982-83

Souths

2000-01

Valley

1983-84

Norths

2001-02

Norths

1984-85

Norths

2002-03

University

1995-86

Souths

2003-04

University

1986-87

Valley

2004-05

Norths

1987-88

University

2005-06

Wests

1988-89

Wests

2006-07

University

1989-90

Souths

2007-08

University

The Channel 0 Cup one-day competition, played over 30 overs a side, was introduced 1972-73 and held until 1979-80. It was reintroduced in 1981-82 as the Gabba Sporting Products One-Day Competition, with FAI joining Gabba Sporting Products as sponsors in 1990-91, before it became the Gabba Sporting Products/Platypus One-Day Competition in 1991-92.

In 1991-92, too, the Metway Cup Super League was introduced as a further early season one-day competition played in September-October. Winners were Sandgate-Redcliffe (1991-92) and Valleys (1992-93), Sandgate-Redcliffe (1993-94), University (1994-95), Valley (1995-96), Sandgate-Redcliffe (1996-97) and Toowoomba (1997-98). The SUper League continued without a sponsor in 1998-99, when it was won by Sandgate-Redcliffe.

In 1993-94 the district one-day competition became known as the Coca-Cola Cup, in 1999-2000 it became the K&R Plumbing One-Day Competition, and from 2002-03 it was simply the One-Day Competition until 2007-08, when it became the XXXX GOLD One-Day Competition.

In 2011-12 the One-Day Competition became known as the Kookaburra Premier Grade One Day Competition.

GRADE CRICKET
First Grade Twenty20 Premiers

Season Premiers Season Premiers Season Premiers
2005-06 University
2006-07 Norths
2007-08 University
2008-09 Wynnum-Manly
2009-10 Gold Coast
2010-11 University
2011-12 University
2012-13 Valley

 

In 2011-12 the Twenty20 Cup became known as the Kookaburra Premier Grade T20 Competition.

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