In doing so, the Two-Day premiers for season 2019-20 have been confirmed.
Cam Battersby Cup [First Grade] – University of QLD
Alan Pettigrew Shield [Second Grade] – University of QLD
Norm McMahon Shield [Third Grade] – Northern Suburbs
Bob Spence Shield [Fourth Grade] – Northern Suburbs
Roy Tanner Shield [Fifth Grade] – Wynnum-Manly
WEP Harris Shield [Sixth Grade] – Northern Suburbs 
Cricket Australia today strongly recommended that all community, junior and premier cricket matches for the remainder of the 2019-20 season be cancelled from today.
Queensland Cricket Chief Executive Officer Terry Svenson said while it was no doubt extremely disappointing for players and clubs not to complete their season, the decision was made to ensure cricket was doing everything it could to contribute to the global effort to slow, and eventually stop, the spread of coronavirus.
“This decision was not one that was taken lightly. Players, coaches, volunteers, ground staff, scorers, umpires, administrators and supporters have all invested countless hours in preparing, training, playing and enjoying cricket during the season. But the safety of those individuals and their families is our number one priority and it is the right decision to recommend we stop playing now.”
” We expect local community cricket and school competitions to take the same leadership position and cancel all cricket playing and training activity for the remainder of the 2019-20 season in response to this unprecedented global health issue.”
“Our number one priority is to the cricket communities that we lead and serve, as well as their families. Thank you for your commitment to cricket in your community.”
Queensland Cricket has cancelled its Awards Dinner and the Premier Cricket trophy evening and has endorsed Cricket Australia’s recommendation that all clubs and associations consider the cancellation or postponement of end of season functions.
The Final of the Bulls Masters First Grade competition had been set down to be held at Allan Border Field this weekend between University of Queensland and Ipswich/Logan, which qualified for the first grade final for the first time in the club’s seven-year history by defeating Western Suburbs last weekend.
The two women’s Premierships were decided last weekend with Sandgate-Redcliffe winning the Katherine Raymont Shield and Sunshine Coast going back-to-back in the Jodie Fields Shield.
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