The Bulls Masters is an organisation of former QLD cricketers established in 2010 to develop and grow the game of cricket throughout the state. The aim of the Bulls Masters is to foster and develop cricket using retired QLD cricketers as well as providing community support and assisting charities along the way. The Bulls Masters was founded by a group of former state and national cricketers; Ian Healy, Martin Kent, Jimmy Maher, Andy Bichel and Michael Kasprowicz. The Foundation Members, with all except Martin Kent sitting on the Bulls Masters’ Board. The Bulls Masters visits regional communities providing coaching and development to young cricketers and supporting local cricket clubs and charities. The organisation works closely with regional communities to providing opportunities for fundraising, and support the growth of the game. The Bulls Masters conducts regional Tours per year; conducting school and hospital visits, playing cricket matches and creating fundraising events in local areas. The Bulls Masters enjoys the generous support of its commercial partners and a well established membership base to fund operations. The Bulls Masters is a non profit organisation that aims to be a positive and beneficial influence on people's lives through interaction and education using our personnel as the vehicle to drive positive change. The Bulls Masters is extremely proud of its ability to visit a vast array of towns and have an impact on people's lives via hospital visits, fundraising for charity, encouraging children to get active and play sport, discovering and nurturing indigenous talent and helping to improve local facilities.