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Captain Short and Star Johnson Re-Sign

The championship WBBL Brisbane Heat have confirmed captain Kirby Short and allrounder Sammy-Jo Johnson will again don the teal on the same day as tickets go on sale for the coming season.


WBBL Tickets On Sale

The WBBL championship Brisbane Heat will welcome fans to their spiritual home at Allan Border Field as tickets go on sale today for the inaugural stand-alone rebel Women’s Big Bash League.


Queensland's Summer of Cricket Lunch

Queensland Cricket will celebrate one of the biggest seasons the game has seen on Australia shores in style with the inaugural Queensland Summer of Cricket Lunch in October.


BBL09 Fixture Announced

The Brisbane Heat will open and close the regular season of a revamped KFC Big Bash League these summer holidays.


CUA Renew as Principal Partner

The Brisbane Heat’s winning partnership with Credit Union Australia (CUA) is set to continue into a second innings after Australia’s largest member-based financial services provider renewed as the club’s Principal Partner.


Opening Day at Allan Border Field

Cricket season is back!


Burns and Pattinson stake claims for Ashes Spot

Australia A batsmen Joe Burns and pace bowler James Pattinson staked early claims for spots in the Ashes line-up as they both showed dominate displays against Sussex at Arundel on Monday.


Heat Claim Sports Marketing Award

A clear focus to entertain fans and bring families to the Big Bash League has been rewarded for the Brisbane Heat at tonight’s Mumbrella Sports Marketing Awards.


Burns Recovered and joins Australia A squad

Joe Burns has been drafted in to the Australia A squad currently touring the United Kingdom.


Champs Gear Up For WBBL|05

The WBBL championship Brisbane Heat has appointed Ashley Noffke as its coach and re-signed dashing allrounder Grace Harris as it prepares for the inaugural stand-alone rebel Women’s Big Bash League starting in October.


WBBL|05 Fixture Announced

The WBBL championship Brisbane Heat will make Allan Border Field their fortress for the inaugural stand-alone rebel Women’s Big Bash League competition later this year.