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Lynn and Mooney Claim Top Heat Honours

Brisbane Heat skipper Chris Lynn has claimed his team's Most Valuable Player at Queensland Cricket's Awards Dinner on the weekend, with Beth Mooney taking out the WBBL MVP award.


Heat Girls League Saluted

The Finals of the inaugural Heat Girls Cricket League were held in Brisbane yesterday as the groundswell from the successful launch this season of the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League continues to build.


Heat Back Teal Ribbon Day

The Brisbane Heat and WBBL Brisbane Heat have lent their support to Teal Ribbon Day today, donating more than $8000 to Ovarian Cancer Australia.


Future Looks Bright With Burns and McCullum On Fire

There will be renewed excitement amongst Brisbane Heat fans after Brendon McCullum and Joe Burns blazed record-breaking runs in Australia's current Test match against New Zealand.


Brisbane Heat Welcome Alex Ross On Board

The Brisbane Heat will welcome one of Australia’s brightest batting talents to their ranks for the 2016 KFC T20 Big Bash League tournament.


Heat WBBL Stars Set For World Cup Tilt

Australia' all-conquering Southern Stars will head to India looking for a fourth straight Women's World Twenty20 crown with a squad full of Brisbane Heat WBBL strength.


Heat Behind Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

The Brisbane Heat will be throwing our support behind Ovarian Cancer Australia, the club's official charity partner, during February.


Reardon Trains For A Worthy Cause

The will to assist a worthy cause has given Brisbane Heat batsman Nathan Reardon a renewed reason to improve his fitness when the 2015-16 season wraps up.


Get Into MILO T20 Blast

MILO T20 Blast is a super fun, social, safe, cricket program for boys and girls.


BBL06 Contracting Period Open

Player contracting for the sixth edition of the KFC Big Bash League has begun, with clubs able to enter into agreements with players for the coming season.


Harris To Be Southern Stars Game Changer: Lanning

Emerging Queensland allrounder Grace Harris can become a game-breaking ace for Australia's women's Twenty20 side, captain Meg Lanning says.