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Steketee taking out test cricketers in Matador Cup

KFC Big Bash practice match at Limestone Park Ipswich. Brisbane Heat versus T20 Challenge Allstars. Mark Steketee bowls for the Heat. Photo: Kate Czerny / The Queensland Times
KFC Big Bash practice match at Limestone Park Ipswich. Brisbane Heat versus T20 Challenge Allstars. Mark Steketee bowls for the Heat. Photo: Kate Czerny / The Queensland Times Kate Czerny

WARWICK paceman Mark Steketee has taken the wicket of another Test cricketer in a Queensland Bulls win in a Matador Cup game at Bankstown.

After a strong performance against Victoria on Friday, Steketee is set to play against South Australia at North Sydney Oval today. 

The game on Friday was the second for the Bulls and the first for Steketee in the 50-over competition this season.
Steketee took the new ball and finished with 2-35 in the Victorian total of 180.

He took the second wicket of the innings when he had Victorian opener Marcus Stoinis caught behind by Chris Hartley for 14 and then dismissed Australian player Glenn Maxwell for four, caught by Nathan Reardon.

With the bat, Steketee was bowled by Australian one-day player John Hastings off the last ball of the innings for five off eight balls.

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