Mark Steketee bowls for the Heat this season.
Mark Steketee bowls for the Heat this season. DAN PELED

Warwick paceman will be back in action on Wednesday

CRICKET: Warwick paceman Mark Steketee and his Brisbane Heat teammates have a few days off as they prepare for the clash with Perth Scorchers at 6.40pm Wednesday at the Gabba.

This game will be the second last home game this season for the table leading Heat.

Steketee has played in all five Heat games and turned in a fourth outstanding performance with the ball against the Scorchers on Thursday night in Perth. He had 1-31 off four overs, the second best economy rate for the Heat.

He took a catch in the outfield to dismiss Michael Klinger and then took the crucial wicket of Mitch Marsh who he caught and bowled for 70 in a Scorchers total of 6-173.

Steketee never looked like getting a bat with the Heat winning by nine wickets, courtesy of an unbeaten 98 by Chris Lynn and 50 not out by Brendon McCallum.

In the final round game for the Heat men at home this season, Warwick fans can travel to the January 20 games at the Gabba and see both our T20 players in action, Steketee and Heat women's captain Delissa Kimmince.

Heat home games:

Wednesday 11th Jan v Perth Scorchers from 6:40pm

Friday 20th Jan v Melbourne Renegades from 6:40pm. Double header with WBBL clash: Heat v Strikers from 1:10pm



SWEET ABODE: Check out the yarntopians' latest masterpiece

SWEET ABODE: Check out the yarntopians' latest masterpiece

Colourful treats invite visitors into this cute little cottage

FLOWER POWER: Fighting adversity to participate in festival

FLOWER POWER: Fighting adversity to participate in festival

Team who made this beauty had to overcome more hurdles than most.

One taken to hospital after rollover south of Warwick

One taken to hospital after rollover south of Warwick

Paramedics called to the scene in the early hours of this morning

Local Partners