The all-star match will be played this Friday at the Chelmer Sports Ground and will feature current members of the Fire squad and some Queensland and Australian legends from years past who line up for the Veterans. 

The 20 over Pink Stumps match will raise money for the McGrath Foundation who help provide breast care nurses and support for Australian women and men experiencing breast cancer. Donations can be made at the McGrath Foundation website.

The Fire will be captained by wicket-keeper Georgia Redmayne and will predominantly feature members of the current QLD squad including Mikayla Hinkley, Jemma Barsby, Charli Knott, Sammy-Jo Johnson and Lilly Mills. 

The QVC Presidents XI will feature former Queensland and Australian men's and women's representatives Geoff Dymock, Col Cooke, Katherine Raymont and Mark Gaskell, plus a raft of current state veteran players.  

2020 marks the second season the Fire and Veterans have clashed in the name of the McGrath Foundation following last year's successful outing on the Sunshine Coast. 


Queensland Fire vs QVC Presidents XI
Friday March 6, 3:30pm start
Chelmer Sports Ground

QLD Fire Squad

Georgia Redmayne © (wk)
Tess Cooper
Mikayla Hinkley
Jemma Barsby
Georgia Voll
Charli Knott
Sammy-Jo Johnson
Courtney Sippel
Ellie Johnston
Meagan Dixon
Lilly Mills
Julia Cavanough

QVC Presidents XI Squad

Keith Christiansen  
Kerry Emery
Mark Gaskell
Nev Kratzmann
Gary Lovett
Pat Carty
Trent Ryan
Kent Officer
Peter Timms
Mark Brady
Col Cooke
Mike McGovern
Kath Raymont
Belinda McDougal
Geoff Dymock