The two teams earned the right to contest for the Lew Cooper Cup awarded to the winning team, with the Final assuming special poignancy in that it will be the first time it has been contested since former Queensland player and venerated volunteer Lew Cooper passed away earlier in the year.

Sunday's Final will be live-streamed through https://matchcentre.premier.qld.cricket.com.au/

Both Under-16 squads topped their respective pools and have sprinklings of Queensland youth and pathway players in their line-ups.

Redlands finished with an 8-2 record while Wynnum-Manly had a 7-3 record.

Wynnum-Manly defeated Valley in their semi-final while Redlands accounted for last year’s champions Gold Coast in their qualifying final.

The 14-team competition includes all Premier Cricket clubs as well as a Wide Bay and a Darling Downs-South West Queensland team.

The Lord’s Taverners Qld branch is part of a national network of cricket lovers who raise funds exclusively to help the young and disadvantaged achieve their sporting goals. This support includes Cricket for the blind and visually impaired, Cricket for those with a disability, Cricket for the Deaf and Indigenous cricket.