Mark Steketee bowls for the Brisbane Heat this season.
Mark Steketee bowls for the Brisbane Heat this season. DAVID CROSLING

Warwick paceman out for the season with injury

CRICKET: Warwick paceman Mark Steketee has had his best cricket season to date cut short by injury.

Steketee is set to miss the remainder of the season with a side strain.

After a late start to the season with injury, Steketee was outstanding with the ball in the Brisbane Heat march to the finals in the BBL finishing in the list of top-five bowlers.

He then returned to Sheffield Shield cricket with the Queensland Bulls having first use of the new ball in most games.

Steketee has been replaced by fellow paceman Ben Cutting for this week's must-win clash with the Tasmanian Tigers at Blundstone Arena in Hobart. 

The Bulls are currently in fifth spot with two rounds to go. Joe Burns will captain the side with regular captain and keeper Chris Hartley out injured.

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