TCI AGM, then Queensland Cricket workshop, then NQCA AGM – this Sunday

The TCI AGM is on Sunday May 3 at 11.30am at Tony Ireland Stadium. The main business of the AGM is to elect a new board for the coming year. All positions are up for nomination, so please send the attached nomination form onto anyone interested in being on the management committee.

Nomination form

The usual practice is to have a general meeting following the AGM, but as Queensland Cricket have a meeting at 12.30, the general meeting will be scheduled for later in the offseason.

The Queensland Cricket meeting is an open forum looking to get feedback from all of the people involved in Cricket (outdoor, indoor, club, school, volunteer, player, coach, umpire, scorer, parent, teacher, administrator, sponsor, etc.) within the North Queensland Region.  I’d hope everyone who attends our AGM can also stay on for the QC meeting to provide them with the feedback they need.

The North Queensland Cricket Association will also be holding its AGM this Sunday, straight after the Queensland Cricket meeting.

Subs win A grade grand final

Suburban Parks won this season’s A Grade title after defending 203 by bowling Norths out for 85. In a Reserve grade, minor premiers Wests defeated Subs, and in 4th grade, Brothers blue finished on top over Wests. The third grade final went all of the way into the final hour of play when Subs overturned a first innings defeat to win outright by 8 runs after setting Saints 170 to win in the 4th innings.

Senior Finals

This weekend sees the culmination of the Townsville Cricket Senior final series with what looks to be exciting and close contests in all grades to be played.

Norths CC have won through to their first final appearance in nearly 20 years, the last time Norths reach the final of the A Grade was back in the 95/96 season. With the underdog tag firmly in their corner, Norths will look to overturn their last meeting with Sub Park back in December round 7, which saw the Sub Parks side outclass the Norths outfit inflicting a heavy defeat. “But finals are a different game where you have to be on your best game otherwise anybody on the day can win” says Peter Fry Townsville Cricket President.  “Norths won through after defeating Wests last weekend and we have seen a close competition fought out all season, so at this stage, I would say that Sub Parks would have the edge and be favourites as they have been the form team all year  but they know they will have a tough game ahead” said Peter.

In the other grades the 2 form teams in the Reserve grade competition sees Minor Premiers Wests take on Sub Parks,  whilst in Third Grade Minor Premiers Saints will take on Sub Parks 1 side. This will be a close fought tussle with both teams losing only 2 games through the regular season. Fourth Grade final sees Brothers Blue make it through from 3rd place to take on the form side in Minor Premiers, Wests, to see if they can overcome the odds to lift the Premiers trophy.

If you are looking to watch some great games of cricket why not drop by to either Tony Ireland Stadium for the A grade final or to Endeavour Park at Murray sports complex where you can find the 3 lower grade games.

 Townsville Cricket Finals

 Saturday 28th / Sunday 29th March – Start time 10am

A Grade  –                 Sub Parks vs North’s                        Venue Tony Ireland Stadium

Reserve Grade  –    Wests vs Sub Parks                           Venue Endeavour Park 1

Third Grade        –    Saints vs Sub Parks 1                      Venue Endeavour Park 2

Sunday 22nd March start time 8.30am         

Fourth Grade    Wests vs Brothers Blue                          Venue Endeavour Park 3                 

QLD Cricket Easter Cup Carnivals

To coincide with the Cricket World Cup final and to cap off a huge season of outdoor cricket within QLD, 7-13 year old players have a great opportunity to get involved in the Easter T20 Blast Cup in Townsville. Individuals are most welcome to nominate, however, it is also a great opportunity for team mates to nominate themselves as a part of a group to compete together in the cups. Details are as follows:

  • WHAT: QLD Cricket Easter Cup Carnivals
  • WHERE: Townsville – Tony Ireland Stadium, 4810, Wed 8th & Fri 9th April
  • WHEN: 9:00am-1:00pm on both days
  • WHO: 7-13 year old boys and girls


  • Register with a team: $100 per player (8 players per team- register & pay individually*)
  • Register as an individual: $120 per player


  • Register with a team: $80 per player (8 players per team- register & pay individually*)
  • Register as an individual: $100 per player

EXTRA INFO: Lunch and a fruit snack provided on both days of the carnival.

  • Participants who register before the 31st of March will also receive a shirt and a hat as part of the program.
  • T20 Blast Rules and equipment, 8 a side!
  • 6 guaranteed preliminary rounds for every team and a Grand Final on Day 2
  • Competitions, prizes and giveaways


  1.  Visit,
  2. Enter postcode (4810 Townsville)
  3. Click on “junior club” to find the QLD Cricket Easter Cup Carnivals,
  4. Click on “register now” for the Easter Cup Carnival of your choice,
  5. Login or register as a new participant,
  6. Choose team or individual registration, then follow the steps.

Please read description carefully before choosing your registration type!

  1. *For team players are registered online through the team registration option, a team representative (captain or manager) must submit a complete player list and team name to:

Nicole Wills via

* To register as part of a team, each team member must individually register under the ‘TEAM REGISTRATION’ section *

For other enquiries, please contact:

Simon Edge, Email: Phone: 0409 520 051

Norths and Suburban-Parks to meet in A-Grade decider

Norths will take on defending premiers Suburban-Parks at Tony Ireland Stadium this Saturday and Sunday to decide the Townsville Cricket A Grade premiership for 2014/15. Norths defeated Wests in the semi-final at Cutheringa to make their way into the club’s first final for many years.

Subs will also feature in the Reserve and Third Grade finals.

Wests are the Reserve Grade minor premiers and will host Subs at Endeavour Park number 1. Saints were the leading team in Third grade, and will take on the Redbacks on Endeavour Park number 2.

The Fourth Grade grand final will be played on Sunday morning, with Wests and Brothers Blue facing off on Endeavour 3.

Senior Final Series commences 

Townsville Cricket would like to wish all Senior teams playing finals this weekend best of luck. 

Townsville Cricket season moves to towards the culmination with the commencement of the Final Series this weekend bringing the season to the end with senior teams taking to the field to see who will make the finals as the Minor Premiers wait to see who they will take on for the 2014/15 crown.

Townsville Cricket Senior Sem- Finals Saturday 21st March Sunday 22nd March 

all games commence at 10am

A grade semi  – Venue Mick Downey Oval             Wests vs Norths CC

Reserve grade semi- venue Endeavour Park 2      Suburban Parks vs Norths CC 

Third grade semi – Venue Endeavour Park 1        Suburban Paks 1 vs Wests CC

Sunday 22nd March starting time 8.30am

Fourth Grade semi- Venue Endeavour 3                Suburban Parks 1 vs Brothers Blue

FINALS VENUE LOCATIONS – Sat 28th / Sun 29th March commencing 10am

A Grade – Venue Tony Ireland Stadium                      Suburban Parks vs

Res grade – venue Endeavour Park 1                          Wests CC vs 

Third Grade – venue Endeavour Park 2                     Saints CC vs 

Sunday 29th March 8.30am start 

Fourth grade – venue Endeavour Park 3                    Wests CC vs 

Junior finals weekend – Gala Weekend at Riverway

Townsville Cricket Junior season moves to towards the culmination with the commencement of the Final Series this weekend bringing the season to the end for the juniors


For the local junior cricketers, this weekend sees the top 2 teams take to the field to see who will finish as premiers for 2014/15 season. In a Gala weekend of cricket all junior finals will be played at the Tony Ireland / Riverway precinct. Both the U15 and Colts have the opportunity of playing on the Tony Ireland pitch as graced by some of their Cricket Australia stars, whilst on the outside Riverway Oval, the U13 teams take to the field, with the Blue competition starting at 9am with the U13 Gold final being played as a “day/ night match”. 

“This is a great experience for many of our junior star cricketers” said Peter Fry President of Townsville Cricket. “Our premier junior players in the U15s and Colts have the opportunity of playing on Tony Ireland in a final, we also have the U13 Blue final on the outside oval, and then the day will culminate  with the U13 Gold final finishing under lights on Riverway Oval.” “It’s a great day for all our junior players with all finals played in the one area, so if you want to see some of our best junior players call by and watch some of each game” said Peter. 

Townsville Cricket would like to wish all Junior players playing finals this weekend best of luck in your games and whether your are winners or finish runners up remember you to enjoy the experience . 

Townsville Cricket Junior Finals Saturday 21st March 

U15 Final – Venue Tony Ireland Stadium 

Wanderers vs Brothers White Start time 9am – 4.00pm

U13 Blue final – Venue Riverway Oval 

Wests Black vs West Blue Start time 9am – 1.30pm

U13 Gold Final Venue Riverway Oval 

Norths vs Wests Start time 3pm- 8pm Day/Night game under lights 

Sunday 22nd March

Colts Final Venue Tony Ireland Stadium 

Wanderers vs Wests Start time 9am-4pm