The Brahmans had to defeat Western Australia for the chance to take on Victoria today in the Final but the men from the west were too strong, winning comfortably to end the home town hopes of Queensland which missed the finals for the second season in a row.
The women's team took on the ladder-leading East Asia Pacific side in their semi-final, falling short in their chase in the T20 match.
Batting first, WA produced a composed 6-262 from their 50 overs with Queensland working hard to stem the scoring. Gold Coast pace bowler Sam
Winton took 2-39, while left-arm spinner Michael Salerno (2-45) also chipped in.
The run chase never got into gear though, with wickets falling at regular intervals as the Brahmans were bowled out for 129.
In the women's semi-final, EAP made 5-121, with Townsville's Samantha Dixon taking 2-20. Queensland fought hard, with Gold Coast's Amy Riddell top-scoring with 41 and Toowoomba’s Maggie
Murphy hitting 18.
Queensland needed 15 runs off the final over, but were denied by some accurate bowling at the death, finishing 8-114.
All-Australian Country teams and individual awards will be announced following the end of the titles.