PACE: Mark Steketee is in his first season of one-day cricket with the Bulls.
PACE: Mark Steketee is in his first season of one-day cricket with the Bulls. Steve Hight Aura Images

Warwick paceman joins Bulls squad

WARWICK paceman Mark Steketee is in a squad of 13 for the FootDr Queensland Bulls squad for today's day/night Matador One Day Cup clash with NSW at the Gabba.

Steketee has taken five wickets in the first two games of the competition included a man-of-the-match effort of four wickets on debut for the Bulls in one-day cricket. He was hit for 13 runs in one over by NSW opener Nic Maddinson on Monday but Steketee had revenge when he took the opener's wicket in his second over.

Leg spinner Cameron Boyce, who made his debut last week for Australia in their T20 win over Pakistan in the UAE taking 2-10 from four overs, replaces all-rounder Michael Neser in the 13-man squad.

Neser sustained a fractured finger while taking a catch during the Bulls' loss to the Blues at Allan Border Field earlier this week and will have a pin inserted today to aid his recovery.

He is expected to be sidelined for three weeks.

The Bulls will finalise their starting line-up today before the top of the table clash.

Queensland sits in second spot on six points behind NSW which are on eight points after winning their first two games.

The match will be broadcast live on GEM on the Nine network from 1pm.

TEAM: James Hopes (c), Cameron Boyce, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Luke Feldman, Peter Forrest, Jason Floros, Peter George, Chris Hartley, Usman Khawaja, Simon Milenko, Nathan Reardon, Mark Steketee (one to be omitted, 12th man to be named).



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