Having just moved from BrisbaneTeri McQueen, Matilda #38. started out as a flying winger at the famous Ebbw Vale ground, Memorial Park in Ipswich at the age of 16. St.Helens, along with Bundamba Rangers, Booval, Blackstone Rovers & Dinmore Bush Rats was the backbone of the West Moreton Assoc which rivalled any competition in the land. She is the third player behind Queensland legends Eric Petie & Bunny Nunn to arise from the club.
McQueen moved to Perth (Kiev) before returning to Coalstars where she played alongside fellow Matildas Michelle Sawyers, Louise McMurtrie, then later on Bryony Duus, Kaylene Janssen, Belinda Kitching & Sonia Gegenhuber
She won her caps in New Zealand in 1986 at right back in the Oceania Cup, represented Qld for 5 seasons before a ruptured anterior cruciate brought about a premature end to her representative playing days in 1989, whence she turned her hand to coaching. In 1992 she took the Ipswich U16s to the State title and was responsible for turning Belinda Kitching, from a "less than active" forward, into a keeper of world class.
Her last hurrah came in 1994 captaining the Tropical Queensland side to "Gold" at the World Masters.