Queensland Premier Cricket Awards
Teams of the year for both male and female premier competitions were also announced.
The Peter Burge Medal is awarded each season to the best and fairest cricketer in the Bulls Masters Queensland Premier Grade Competition, as judged by the umpires.
The award is named in honour of Peter Burge, widely regarded as one of Queensland's finest home-grown batsman. Burge enjoyed a 15-year Sheffield Shield career, scoring 7627 runs at an average of 56.08, including 24 centuries, in 91 matches. He captained Queensland 29 times. He also played 42 Test matches for Australia, scoring 2290 runs at 38.16, including four centuries.
The Kath Smith Medal is awarded each season to the best and fairest women's cricketer playing in women's Premier cricket competition, known as the Katherine Raymont Shield and sponsored by Konica-Minolta, as judged by the umpires.
The award is named in honour of Kath Smith, who played six Tests for Australia in the 1930s and was vice-captain of the Australian team that played the very first women's Test against England in Brisbane in 1934.
Bulls Masters First Grade
Team of the Year
1. Bryce Street, Sandgate-Redcliffe
2. Sam Truloff, Western Suburbs
3. Jack Clayton, University of Queensland
4. Alecz Day, Sunshine Coast
5. Andrew Gode (C), Valley
6. Nathan McSweeney, Northern Suburbs
7. Harry Wood, Ipswich/Logan
8. Tom Healy (Wk), Northern Suburbs
9. Jonte Pattison, Western Suburbs
10. Ronan McDonald, Toombul
11. Scott Walter, University of Queensland
12. Peter George, Wynnum-Manly
Katherine Raymont Shield
Team of the Year
1. Grace Harris, Western Suburbs
2. Georgia Voll, Ipswich/Logan
3. Sterre Kalis, Ipswich/Logan
4. Kara Sutherland, Valley
5. Leteysha Randall (C), Valley
6. Sammy-Jo Johnson, Gold Coast
7. Jemma Barsby, Sandgate-Redcliffe
8. Georgia Redmayne (Wk), Gold Coast
9. Meagan Dixon, Western Suburbs
10. Kirsten Davey, Sandgate-Redcliffe
11. Grace Parsons, Gold Coast
12. Roxanne Thomson, Gold Coast