The opening day of the Kookaburra T20 championships in the Bulls Masters First Grade competition will feature two rounds, with Allan Border Field hosting two games as part of the competition.

If you can’t make it down to any games, then you can always tune into the livestreams on or Queensland Cricket’s YouTube 

Several Brisbane Heat players will embrace the chance to emerge from home isolation and recent quarantine requirements to take to the field with their Premier clubs.

Among those in action will be:

Chris Lynn (Toombul)
James Bazley (Redlands)
Xavier Bartlett (Gold Coast)
Max Bryant (Gold Coast)
Sam Heazlett (Redlands)
Matt Kuhnemann (Gold Coast)
Ben Laughlin (Sunshine Coast)
Jimmy Peirson (Redlands)
Matthew Willans (University of Qld)
Jack Wildermuth (Valley)
As well, Cameron Boyce (Valley –  Melbourne Renegades), Matt Renshaw (Toombul –  Adelaide Strikers), Brendan Doggett (Wests - Sydney Thunder), Ben Cutting (South Brisbane – Sydney Thunder) and Usman Khawaja (Valley – Sydney Thunder) will be other BBL players in the mix.

The two rounds will also provide valuable exposure for State-contracted and other Premier players who may be snapped up as replacement players during the BBL which gets underway on 10 December. 

The T20 competition will continue next weekend, including the annual 'Rivalry Round'.

This Sunday’s games:
Round 9

North/East Pool

10:00AM         Sunshine Coast   v           Wynnum/Manly               Allan Border Field                           
10:00AM         Sandgate - Redcliffe          v           Northern Suburbs            Trevor Hohns Oval                          
10:00AM         Toombul                v           Redlands             Ken Mackay Oval

South/West Pool

10:00AM         University of Queensland               v           South Brisbane WEP Harris Oval                
10:00AM         Gold Coast            v           Valley    Graceville Memorial Park (Oval 1)                            
10:00AM         Ipswich/Logan     v           Western Suburbs             Norman Gray Oval                          
Round 10

North/East Pool

2:30PM           Northern Suburbs              v           Redlands             Allan Border Field                           
2:30PM           Sandgate - Redcliffe          v           Wynnum/Manly               Trevor Hohns Oval                          
2:30PM           Toombul                v           Sunshine Coast Ken Mackay Oval 

South/West Pool

2:30PM           University of Queensland               v           Valley    WEP Harris Oval                               
2:30PM           Western Suburbs               v           Gold Coast          Graceville Memorial Park (Oval 1)                             
2:30PM           South Brisbane    v           Ipswich/Logan   Norman Gray Oval

The Brisbane Heat open their season in Canberra on Friday 11 December and Monday 14 December before returning for an extended run of games in South-East Queensland.

The Heat will host the Adelaide Strikers at the Gabba on 23 December and the Hobart Hurricanes on 27 December as well as being the ‘away’ team on 30 December when they clash with the Hurricanes in the return clash at the Gabba.

The club will host the Sydney Sixers on Saturday 2 January at the Gabba, followed by the Sydney Thunder on Monday 4 January at the same venue.

The Heat then head down the M1 to play the Melbourne Stars on Thursday 7 January at Metricon Stadium and will then be the ‘away’ team at the same venue on Sunday 10 January against the Sydney Sixers.

There will also be four neutral games at Metricon Stadium featuring the Melbourne Renegades, Sydney Sixers, Sydney Thunder, Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Stars.

Tickets will be available at

Note: All tickets are subject to availability and the Ticket and Entry Conditions. Tickets should only be purchased via the authorised ticket agents, Ticketek. For details please check