There will be a full men's domestic program for the first time since 2018-19 following two disrupted seasons caused by Covid-19 and the curtailed 2019-20 Shield season when the pandemic began.

In an historic move, the Women’s National Cricket League has expanded to a full home and away round for the first time with Australian players available for most of the summer around their international commitments.

The Bulls will play two  Marsh Sheffield Shield games at the newly redeveloped Allan Border Field before finishing their post-BBL season with three home matches at the Gabba. They will also play day/night Marsh One Day Cup games at Allan Border Field and the Gabba across the summer.

The Fire will split WNCL matches between Allan Border Field and Ian Healy Oval at Shaw Road, Kalinga with a further two games to be held at a venue to be advised.

The complete domestic schedule has been created in consultation with State and Territory Associations and the Australian Cricketers’ Association and is a feature of an unprecedented Australian summer of cricket that includes more days of international cricket than ever before.

There will also be four youth tournaments throughout the season, following the move to play men's and women's Under-19 national competitions at the end of last season after a lengthy pandemic enforced break.

Queensland won both youth competitions for the first time, and will now add Under-17 male and Under-16 female teams to prepare for championships this summer.

The women's under-19 competition - to be staged in Perth in early December - will be an important bridging step to the inaugural Under-19 Women's ICC T20 World Cup that will take place in January in South Africa.
 
Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports will again broadcast the Sheffield Shield final live from March 23-27, along with 13 Marsh Cup games including the final.

All Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup matches will be live streamed on cricket.com.au and the CA Live app, with streaming details for WNCL matches to be confirmed soon.

The Weber WBBL|08 and KFC BBL|12 schedules will be announced shortly.

2022-23 WOMEN’S NATIONAL CRICKET LEAGUE

Queensland Fire Home & Away
 
Sep 23: New South Wales v Queensland, North Sydney Oval (D/N)
Sep 25: New South Wales v Queensland, North Sydney Oval
Oct 1: Queensland v ACT, TBC
Oct 2: New South Wales v Western Australia, North Sydney Oval
Oct 3: Queensland v ACT, TBC
Dec 21: Western Australia v Queensland, WACA Ground (D/N)
Dec 23: Western Australia v Queensland, WACA Ground (D/N)
Jan 4: Queensland v Tasmania, Allan Border Field
Jan 6: Queensland v Tasmania, Allan Border Field
Jan 17: Queensland v Victoria, Ian Healy Oval
Jan 19: Queensland v Victoria, Ian Healy Oval
Feb 17: South Australia v Queensland, Karen Rolton Oval
Feb 19: South Australia v Queensland, Karen Rolton Oval
 
Final
Feb 25: TBC v TBC, TBC

2022-23 MARSH SHEFFIELD SHIELD

Queensland Bulls Home & Away

Round 1
Oct 6 – 9: Queensland v Tasmania, Allan Border Field 
Round 2
Oct 18 – 21: New South Wales v Queensland, Drummoyne Oval
Round 3
Oct 31 – Nov 3: Western Australia v Queensland, WACA Ground
Round 4
Nov 10 – 13: Queensland v Victoria, Allan Border Field
Round 5
Nov 20 – 23: South Australia v Queensland, Adelaide Oval
Round 6
Dec 1 – 4: Queensland v Western Australia, Gabba 
Round 7
Feb 9 – 12: Victoria v Queensland, MCG 
Round 8
Feb 21 – 24: Queensland v New South Wales, Gabba
Round 9
Mar 2 – 5: Queensland v South Australia, Gabba 
Round 10
Mar 14 – 17: Tasmania v Queensland, Blundstone Arena

Final
March 23 – 27, TBC v TBC, TBC (Foxtel)

2022-23 MARSH ONE-DAY CUP

Queensland Bulls Home & Away

Sep 26: Queensland v South Australia, Allan Border Field (Foxtel, D/N)
Sep 30: Queensland v Tasmania, Allan Border Field (Foxtel, D/N)
Nov 5: Western Australia v Queensland, WACA Ground
Nov 15: Queensland v Victoria, Allan Border Field (Foxtel)
Nov 27: New South Wales v Queensland, North Sydney Oval (Foxtel, D/N)
Feb 14: Victoria v Queensland, MCG (Foxtel, D/N)
Feb 26: Queensland v New South Wales, Gabba (Foxtel, D/N)

Final
Mar 8: TBC v TBC, TBC (Foxtel)

2022-23 NATIONAL YOUTH CHAMPIONSHIPS
 
Dec 5 – 12: Under 19 Female National Championships, Perth
Dec 15 – 22: Under 19 Male National Championships, Adelaide
Jan 5 – 12: Under 16 Female National Championships, Canberra
Jan 16 – 23: Under 17 Male National Championships, Tasmania

*Cricket Australia reserves the right to adjust the 2022-23 Women’s National Cricket League, Marsh Sheffield Shield, Marsh One-Day Cup and National Championship schedules.