Queensland Cricket (QC) has today announced to staff and stakeholders organisational changes brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result of reductions in funding from Cricket Australia (CA) and uncertainty of other revenue streams due to the prospect of future disruption to the summer cricket calendar, QC has undergone a staff restructuring process that has seen redundancies felt in each of the organisation’s departments.
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Queensland’s cricket volunteers have been recognised on the national stage after the state claimed seven nominations in the Cricket Australia ‘A Sport For All Awards’.
Below you will find links to the latest updates from Queensland Government and Cricket Australia on restrictions and returning to play
The expansion of the Queensland Premier Cricket First Grade Women’s Competition will continue this year with the news that the Sunshine Coast Scorchers will enter a team in the Katherine Raymont Shield for the 2020-21 season.
Cricket Australia (CA) and Queensland Cricket's (QC) plans to build the world’s best cricket training and playing facility in Brisbane have progressed with key dates for construction of the National Cricket Campus finalised and the project’s building contract awarded.
Current and former Queensland stars Holly Ferling and Jodie Fields travelled to the Border Tarawera Cricket Club in Goondiwindi after the club received an equipment grant from the joint CA & ACA Grassroots Cricket Fund.
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