|Founded||First recorded match: 1931|
|Home ground||Allan Border Field, Brisbane|
|Secondary home ground(s)||Fehlberg Park, Kerrydale Oval|
|First-class debut||New South Wales|
at Weigall Oval, Sydney
|Official website||Queensland Fire|
The Queensland Women cricket team, also known as the Konica Minolta Queensland Fire, is the women's representative cricket team for the Australian State of Queensland. They play most of their home games at Allan Border Field, Brisbane and they also use South Brisbane District Cricket Club's Fehlberg Oval and Kerrydale Oval, Robina. They compete in the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL), the premier 50-over women's cricket tournament in Australia. They previously played in the now-defunct Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup and Australian Women's Cricket Championships.
Queensland's first recorded match was a one-day, two-innings affair against New South Wales in the Australian Women's Cricket Championships on 23 March 1931, which they lost by an innings and 51 runs. They continued to play in the Championships until its final season in 1995–96, however, they failed to win the title.
Queensland joined the newly-established WNCL in 1996–97. They finished as runners-up in 2000–01, 2005–06, 2012–13, 2016–17 and 2018–19, before winning their first title in 2020–21. They have won one Australian Women's Twenty20 Cup, in 2013–14.
Queensland have used a number of grounds over the years. Their first recorded home match against New South Wales in 1933 was played at the Exhibition Ground, Brisbane. Historically they have played the vast majority of their home matches at various grounds in Brisbane including intermittent matches at the Gabba, the last of which came in 2016. They have also played occasional matches in Toowoomba and Beenleigh.
Since 2017, Queensland have played most of their home matches at Allan Border Field, Brisbane as well as occasional matches at Fehlberg Park in Brisbane and Kerrydale Oval in Robina. They played their three 2020–21 WNCL home games at Allan Border Field.
Based on squad announced for the 2021/22 season. Players in bold have international caps.
|No.||Name||Nat.||Birth date||Batting style||Bowling style||Notes|
|4||Laura Kimmince||18 August 1990||Right-handed||—|
|14||Mikayla Hinkley||1 May 1998||Right-handed||Right-arm off break|
|86||Tara Wheeler||8 June 1999||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break|
|88||Charli Knott||29 November 2002||Right-handed||Right-arm off break|
|2||Meagan Dixon||23 April 1997||Right-handed||Right-arm medium|
|17||Grace Harris||18 September 1993||Right-handed||Right-arm off break|
|19||Georgia Voll||5 August 2003||Right-handed||Right-arm off break|
|21||Jess Jonassen||5 November 1992||Left-handed||Slow left-arm orthodox||Captain|
|56||Lilly Mills||2 January 2001||Right-handed||Right-arm medium|
|77||Ellie Johnston||29 January 2003||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break|
|–||Ruth Johnston||28 February 2003||Right-handed||Right-arm medium|
|6||Beth Mooney||14 January 1994||Left-handed||—|
|7||Caitlin Mair||5 May 2003||Right-handed||—|
|8||Georgia Redmayne||8 December 1993||Left-handed||—|
|5||Lucy Hamilton||8 May 2006||Left-handed||Left-arm medium|
|9||Holly Ferling||22 December 1995||Right-handed||Right-arm medium-fast|
|16||Georgia Prestwidge||17 December 1997||Right-handed||Right-arm medium|
|34||Grace Parsons||Unknown||Right-handed||Right-arm leg break|
|37||Courtney Sippel||27 April 2001||Left-handed||Right-arm medium|
Players who have played for Queensland and played internationally are listed below, in order of first international appearance (given in brackets):