Queensland will have five teams contest the Indoor Masters titles at the Action Indoor Sports centre at Salisbury, as well as four teams from North Queensland.

The Queensland Over 35 Men will defend their title, while the Over 40s Men has won the past two titles in exciting circumstances.

The Masters competition this year also features the re-introduction of the Over 30s Women's competition into the Masters Division, with Queensland holding a proud record at this level, winning eight of 10 titles. 

Last year's Masters in Canberra saw Queensland finish as the dominant state at the national carnival, reaching all four division grand finals and winning three.

The men in maroon claimed the 35 & Over Men, 40 & Over Men and 50 & Over Men division championships, with New South Wales edging them out in the 45 & Over division title.

Queensland teams will be in action over this weekend, with coverage through the QueenslandIndoorCricket Facebook page and Instagram site (QCIndoor).

Queensland Masters Indoor Teams

50 & Over Men

Brad Keller (c)

Lee Morphew (vc)

Peter Bellingham

Peter Blow

Terry Dimmick

Eddie Marriner

Glen Fitzgerald

Rob McInnes

Jason Nichol

Phil Shannon

Stefan Tomerini

Sheldon Walz


30 and Over Women

Sarah White (c)

Rachel Sims (v-c)

Kerryn Graham

Michelle Wielemaker

Jodie Spall

Jeanette David

Ros Toner

Shelly Savage

Marie Dennis

Paula Fabila

Jo Ellul


35 & Over Men

Michael Patersen (c)

Brendan Kliedon (vc)

Simon Landrigan

Kev Borchert

Grant Trone

Tony Ferstera

Bryan Grumley

Michael Brammer

Shane Kelly

Michael Kling

Chris Betheras

Josh Johns


40 & Over Men

Brenton Brien (c)

Matt Jenkins

Joel Boucher

Zach Brady

Sean Bryden

Lee Cussen

Stew James

Glenn Knox

Stephen Mogg

Scott Rainbow

Adam Ryan

Stephen Zeller


45 & Over Men

Robbie Cockerell (c)

Troy Pitt (vc)

Paul Elliott

Pat Boyle

Eric Petersen

Jason Hoey

Paul Cross

Andrew Howard

Jason Freeman

Adam Laird

Dimitri Comino

Nathan Millard