Queensland Bulls

Country Australia Australia
Founded 1882

Queensland Bulls is a Brisbane based team that represents Queensland in Australia. The home ground of this team is the Gabba which has a capacity of 42000. This team takes part in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash tournament, Ford Ranger One Day Cup and the Sheffield Shield Cup (Pura Cup).

In the 1994-95 Pura Cup final Queensland won by an innings and 110 runs at the Gabba under the captaincy of Stuart Law. In the 1996-97 Pura Cup final Queensland won by 160 runs at WACA and the captain was Stuart Law. In 1999-2000 the Pura Cup final between Queensland and Victoria was drawn. In 2000-01 Pura Cup final Queensland defeated Victoria at the Gabba by 4 wickets. In the 2001-02 Pura Cup final Queensland defeated Tasmania at the Gabba by 235 runs. Till this season Stuart Law was the skipper. In 2005-06 Queensland defeated Victoria at the Gabba by an innings and 354 runs under the captaincy of Jimmy Maher.

In the domestic one day competition in the 1975-76 final Queensland won by 4 runs at the Gabba under the captaincy of Greg Chappell. In the 1980-81 final Queensland won by 72 runs and the skipper was again Greg Chappell. In the 1981-82 final Queensland won by 27 runs under the captaincy of G Dymock. In the 1988-89 final Queensland was victorious by 163 runs and the captain was Allan Border. In the 1995-96 final Queensland again won the cup under the captaincy of Allan Border by 4 wickets. In the 2006-07 final Queensland was victorious by 21 runs and the captain was J Maher.

Some of the noted players of Queensland are Kepler Wessels, Jeff Thomson, Viv Richards, Craig McDermott, Michael Kasprowicz, Ian Healy, Matthew Hayden, Greg Chappell, Ian Botham and Allan Border.

Some of the players in the current squad are Chris Hartley, Clinton Perren, Ashley Noffke, James Hopes, Shane Watson, Andrew Symonds, Martin Love, Matthew Hayden, Andy Bichel and Chris Simpson.

Major achievements

The Queensland Bulls have won the Ford Ranger Cup 7 times and the Sheffield Shield Cup 6 times.

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Team Roster

Name Role
Sir Ian Botham England all-rounder
Jason Scott Floros Australia all-rounder
Matthew Geoffrey Gale Australia all-rounder
Corey Barsby Australia batsman
Ryan Andrew Broad Australia batsman
Peter James Forrest Australia batsman
Cameron John Boyce Australia bowler
Benjamin Colin James Cutting Australia bowler
Gregory David Moller Australia wicket-keeper
Ben Robert Dunk Australia wicket-keeper

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