Price and Bulow, considered pioneers of women’s cricket in Queensland, were presented with portraits on the night to recognise their careers that for both players included over 100 one-day games in maroon. 

Price’s international career saw her play 10 Tests and 84 One-Day Internationals, including two ICC World Cup victories. Her career has extended into coach of Queensland and Tasmania women's teams, while she has recently been announced as Head Coach of the USA Women's side. 

Bulow played 23 matches for Australia and was a member of the Fire side that won the Women’s T20 Competition in 2014. Her 122 one-day games for Queensland are also the most by a women’s cricketer.  

Queensland Cricket will continue to honour the contribution of past female greats each year at the QC Awards Dinner.