Bulls go down to Redbacks

Tuesday February 28, 2017 by  

The Queensland Bulls face a must-win Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania next week after going down to the South Australian Redbacks by six-wickets today in Adelaide.

The loss leaves the Bulls fifth on the Shield ladder, needing success in Hobart next week to keep their finals hopes alive.

The match was in a tense position when play resumed today, with the Redbacks needing 120-runs and the Bulls another six wickets for victory. Read more

Bulls take Shield game to Mackay

Friday October 2, 2015 by  

First-class cricket will return to Central Queensland this summer with Mackay to host the Queensland Bulls in a Sheffield Shield match in December.

The Bulls will face the New South Wales Blues at Harrup Park from December 6–9, the first time a Sheffield Shield match has been played in the region.

The clash will be Mackay’s second major domestic match held during the 2015-16 season with the Queensland Academy of Sport also announced to play Tasmania in a Futures League game from October 19–22. Read more

Former Paceman back with the Bulls

Wednesday June 24, 2015 by  

Queensland Cricket will welcome back former fast bowler Ashley Noffke in a full-time coaching role to guide and develop its elite teams in the 2015-16 season.

Noffke, who took 242 first class wickets in 68 games for Queensland in a career that also saw him play ODI and T20 cricket for Australia, will be an Assistant Coach to Queensland Bulls coach Phil Jaques for the coming summer.

The 38-year-old was previously a bowling coach for Queensland Cricket in 2011 and the Brisbane Heat in their BBL|02 championship season, before stepping back to concentrate on business interests on the Sunshine Coast. Read more

Bulls announce 2015-16 Squad

Thursday April 23, 2015 by  

The Queensland Bulls will welcome four new faces to their squad for the 2015-16 season with the contracting process finalised this week.

Charlie Hemphrey, Simon Milenko and Peter George, who each made their Queensland debuts during the recent season, have been awarded with Senior contracts.

19-year-old Sam Heazlett who recently scored 160 for the Australian U19s against England in their current series in Perth has earned a Rookie contract. Read more

Burns caps memorable season

Saturday April 11, 2015 by  

A breakthrough year for Joe Burns received its crowning glory tonight as the Australian batsman in waiting was awarded the Ian Healy Trophy at the 2014-15 Queensland Cricket Awards night.

Burns, who made his Test debut in the Boxing Day Test against India, claimed the trophy for the first time after a season that saw him finish as the leading runs-scorer for the Queensland Bulls in the Sheffield Shield.

Burns, who was also the Bulls Shield Player of the Year, racked up 793 runs at 52.86, finishing with a match winning century against South Australia in the final round. Read more

Huge Summer ahead for Brisbane fans

Monday June 23, 2014 by  

Queensland Cricket will host the opening rounds of the new Matador BBQs One Day Cup tournament at the Gabba and Allan Border Field for the first time as part of a mammoth summer of cricket in 2014-15.

Between September 2014 and April 2015, Brisbane will feature more than 75 days of top flight cricket.

The Gabba will host the First Commonwealth Bank Test match between number one ranked Australia and India from Thursday 4 – Monday 8 December. Read more

Western Warriors well beaten by Bulls

Thursday March 6, 2014 by  

The Western Warriors have suffered a disappointing 250-run loss to Queensland at the Gabba today meaning the State’s Sheffield Shield Final hopes will be decided in the final round.

The ladder leading Warriors were outplayed by the Bulls throughout the day-night contest and were all out for 144 before the first break of the final day.

At the conclusion of WA’s match, second-placed South Australia and third-placed New South Wales’ contest in Adelaide was in the balance with all three results still possible. Read more

Voges hits maiden double ton In draw

Monday December 2, 2013 by  

Western Warriors captain Adam Voges has hit a sensational double-century but the Bupa Sheffield Shield match with Queensland at the WACA Ground has ended in a draw on Monday.

Voges scored his maiden double-ton at Shield level with excellent support from the reliable Sam Whiteman (74no) to stave off any threat of an outright defeat, but time ran out on both sides.

Queensland were 2-81 when stumps was called, chasing 301 from 41 overs, after WA had declared prior to the tea break at 5-447. Read more

Warriors hit back on day three

Sunday December 1, 2013 by  

The Western Warriors have given themselves hope of an outright win against Queensland after a strong response on day three at the WACA Ground in their Bupa Sheffield Shield clash on Sunday.

The Warriors will head into day four at 3-182, with an overall lead of 35 runs, with Adam Voges (90no) and Shaun Marsh (32no) at the crease.

Earlier, WA’s pace attack produced a fine performance to bowl out Queensland for 401, having resumed at 3-255. Read more

Warriors miss out on innings points

Saturday November 30, 2013 by  

Queensland have claimed first innings points on day two of the Bupa Sheffield Shield clash against the Western Warriors at the WACA Ground on Saturday.

On a day which begun with another rain interruption, the Bulls went past the Warriors’ first innings score of 254 late in the day, before play was halted due to bad light.

Earlier, Mitchell Marsh fell agonisingly short of a second First Class century, dismissed by Luke Feldman for 96 after resuming on 69no. Read more