Courtney Hill (born 9 January 1987) is an Australian sportswomen who played cricket as a pace bowler for Queensland Fire and Brisbane Heat, before moving sports and countries to play rugby league for Leeds Rhinos Nicknamed "Corker" because her younger sister had difficulty pronouncing her name as a toddler, Hill was born in Maryborough, Queensland. She was raised there, and in Rockhampton, where she also learned to play cricket. In November 2009, Hill made her debut for Queensland Fire. In 2011, she moved to the Sunshine Coast to pursue a career in professional cricket. Injury prevented Hill from having much of an impact on the 2011–12 Women's National Cricket League season. The following summer, she had limited opportunities due to competition from other pace bowlers, but still played five of the eight WNCL matches and nine of the 12 T20s. In 2013–14, she enjoyed more success, taking wickets in both series at averages of 29.33 and 18.42 respectively. Hill was a member of the Brisbane Heat squad since its inaugural WBBL01 season (2015–16). A schoolteacher by profession, Hill worked at St Ursula's College, Yeppoon, while living in Rockhampton, and as of 2015 was the Year 10 co-ordinator at Unity College, Caloundra. In 2014, she took up professional sprinting, and, in her debut performance, won the 100m Ladies Gift at the 33rd annual Ipswich Winter Carnival. In 2015, she competed in Australia's premiere handicap sprint, the Stawell Gift. In April 2018 she made the decision to join her partner, Lauren Winfield, in England and on arrival took the decision to change sports to rugby league - a game she had not played since junior level. Despite this lack of experience she was given a contract by Leeds Rhinos Women and was an integral member of the Leeds squad that won the 2018 Challenge Cup and the League Leaders Shield in the 2018 Women's Super League. Hill succeeded Lois Forsell as captain of the Rhinos for the 2019 season and was named as the 2019 Telegraph Woman of Steel at the Super League end of season awards on 6 October 2019. In February 2020 Hill signed a short term contract to play for Sydney Roosters in the 2020 NRL Nines before rejoining the Rhinos for the 2020 Women's Super League.