Queensland Bulls Discussion - 2020/21

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This is going to sound biased, but that QLD team could compete against most international sides. Bring in a fit Steketee, probably for Doggett and you have a gun international side.
Doggett to SA is looking more and more likely.
Doggett to SA is looking more and more likely.

A good move for him. He is very valuable to the Bulls but they have pacemen coming out of their ears, he would be more guaranteed a start down there.
The West End Redbacks are pleased to announce the recruitment of Brendan Doggett, Nathan McSweeney, Jake Carder and Nathan McAndrew in its 2021-22 contract list released today.

Doggett, a right-arm fast bowler moves from Queensland where he has firmed as a leader in the bowling attack.

The 27-year-old quick took 22 wickets in the 2020-21 Marsh Sheffield Shield season, including best second-innings figures of 3/37 against New South Wales in the competition’s final.

It was a second title for Doggett, after he also claimed a five-wicket haul in the Bulls’ 2017-18 Shield victory.

The tearaway burst onto the scene in 2017, taking 4/33 in his debut first-class innings against Victoria.

Young allrounder Nathan McSweeney will also make the move south, as a right-hand bat and handy off-spin bowler.

The 22-year-old made his first-class debut at just 19 after involvement in the 2018 Under-19 Cricket World Cup, and he dominated Queensland Premier Cricket last season with 1186 runs at 62.42.
McSweeney always looked like he could become a bit of a cut figure with his hairdo, etc but just never seemed to kick on unfortunately.
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