2019 marks the third year of the NCIC where all three divisions are played in the same tournament, with Queensland seeking to challenge for titles after solid outings in 2018. 

Queensland's ID team, captained by Brett Wilson, will be looking to go one better than their second place last year.

Australian representative Sean Walsh will lead Queensland's Deaf XI, while the Blind and Vision Impaired squad will feature the experience of Ray Moxly, Matt McCarthy and Corey Heberley. 

Cricket Australia Acting Executive General Manager Community Cricket, Kieran McMillan said with one in five Australians having a disability, it is important to provide meaningful opportunities for all Australians to play the game and reach their full potential.

“These championships provide cricketers from across the country an opportunity to represent their state or territory, which is a tremendous honour, but to do so alongside other cricketers identified as the best in the nation is particularly special.”

Scores can be followed at the NICC website or via MyCricket. Finals will be live-streamed on the Cricket Australia Facebook page.