Meet The Dingoes

Grant Spies

Grant is a country boy at heart, starting his cricketing career in the small town of Quinalow. He moved to Toowoomba when he was 15, continuing to play for his beloved Quinalow on Sundays, but also now playing for Northern Brothers Diggers in Toowoomba. He still plays cricket to this very day, although now focusing more on being a mentor for the younger players coming through. He is also involved with junior cricket in Toowoomba, coaching 2 teams in the competition. Grant is one half of the Livewired Electrical duo, and if you have ever met him, you would know how much energy and excitement he brings to everything he does.

Kenneth Wagner

A last name that is synonymous around Toowoomba and the Darling Downs region. Kenneth has shown a real passion within this project to give back to the local community and feels very strongly about providing opportunities for local players and businesses to thrive on a stage such as the Brisbane Premier League

Nick Payne

Nick is a proud Toowoomba local, and has been involved with cricket all of his life – let’s say 30+ years. He has played with various clubs in the Toowoomba region, competed with many representative teams, and also lived out his childhood dream and traveled to northern England to play. Nick is also involved in the South West Queensland Thunder Football club, being a coach for the U/16’s girls for the past few seasons. Nick is one half of Livewired Electrical and brings with him the cool head to make calculated decisions under pressure. Deep down though, he’s absolutely bursting cricket!


When you become a Dingo, the first thing you will notice is that you have become a member of The Pack! With a team first mentality, we play smart with contagious competitiveness; some would say almost ‘aggressive’! We handle ourselves with Respect, focus on Relationships, and radiate Resilience. But most of all, we make sure we have a good time doing it! You are Proud to be a Dingo!