Last staged in 2019, the 2022 Indoor Cricket National Championships commence at Casey Stadium in Victoria this Sunday. 

Queensland will take away strong squads in all divisions, national titles up for grabs across five open age divisions and five junior divisions.

The Teske clan will be prominent once again. Queensland Thunder men's perennial stand-out Lyle Teske will be joined by his son Jaidyn Teske in the Open team for the first time, while Katrina Teske shifts from an illustrious playing career to coaching, taking on the Queensland Lighting women's head coach role.

The Lightning will also boast three Dixon sisters, with captain Meagan joined by siblings Kat and Samantha in their side.

There is also a solid Queensland sporting connection in the Thunder team, with Beau Zorko the brother of Brisbane Lions captain Dayne.

Former Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander XI outdoor player Adam McDermott makes his return to the Queensland Thunder side as well this season.

In the women's 22 years team, Gold Coast sisters Charlotte and Olivia Voss will be in action, while Wynnum-Manly brothers Callum and Hamish McKeon will play in the U-16 and U-18 teams respecitively.

More than 800 players and officials will take part in the championships from 26 June to 9 July.

The open age divisions will commence on Sunday 26 June, with finals to be played on Saturday 2 July. The junior divisions will commence on Saturday 2 July, with finals to be played on Saturday 9 July.  

2022 promises to be a blockbuster year for indoor cricket, with Australia set to host the 2022 WICF Indoor Cricket World Cup - scheduled to be held in Melbourne from October 8 – 15, 2022. Four Australian squads will be selected for the World Cup following the championships.  

All finals will be live streamed on the Cricket Australia YouTube channel and Facebook page, with select round matches to be streamed on YouTube.