Jimmy Maher is a former QLD and Australian cricketer. He was described as an attractive left-handed batsman with a clumping cover-drive. Maher hails from Innisfail in northern QLD and is committed to the development of regional cricket across QLD.
Maher represented QLD from 1994 until 2008. He was first selected to play for Australia in two one-day matches in 1997–98. The following two seasons were a prolific pair for Maher playing for Queensland, a time which included a period at Glamorgan. In 2001–02, he became the first batsman to reach 1000 runs in the Pura Cup.
He came back into the international fold in 2002, he responded with a steady innings of 95 against South Africa. He was included in the Australian ODI squad as a spare batsman and as a fill-in wicketkeeper for the next few seasons, including the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
He was QLD Bulls captain from 2002/03 – 2007/08. Representing QLD from 1993 until 2008. Maher is the founding Managing Director of the Bulls Masters.
Andy Bichel is a is a retired Australian cricketer. He was primarily a right-arm medium-fast bowler, but was also a hard-hitting lower-order batsman.
Bichel played 19 Test matches and 67 One Day Internationals for Australia between 1997 and 2004, and represented Queensland in the Australian domestic competitions. He also played for Worcestershire, Hampshire and Essex in English county cricket.
Andy was appointed an Australian selector 2011 – 2014. He is from Laidley in QLD’s south west and is committed to the development of cricketers from regional QLD. Andy is involved in cricket coaching.
Ian Healy a specialist wicketkeeper and useful right-hand middle-order batsman, he made an unheralded entry to international cricket in 1988, after only six first-class games. His work ethic and combativeness was much needed by an Australian team that was performing poorly. Over the next decade, Healy was a key member of the side as it enjoyed a sustained period of success. By the time of his retirement, Healy held the world record for most Test dismissals by a wicket-keeper.
Mr Healy was the founding Chairman of the Bulls Masters and continues his commitment to the development of cricket in QLD. Mr Healy grew up in the central QLD town of Biloela, he plays an important role in the development of cricketers from regional areas.
Mr Healy is a business owner and member of the Channel Nine cricket commentary team and a Sports Presenter with Nine Brisbane.
Michael Kasprowicz is a former Australian Test cricketer. He is a right arm fast bowler, effective outfielder and useful lower order batsman, and has enjoyed a successful career both in Australia and in the English county scene since making his debut for Queensland as a seventeen-year-old in the 1989–1990 domestic season.
Kasprowicz was one of the top performing fast bowlers in Australian cricket, and his solid performances for Queensland earned him a Test debut against West Indies in his native Brisbane in November 1996.
After being in and out of the side since his debut, Kasprowicz returned in 2004 to hold down a regular spot ahead of Brett Lee. To highlight his return to the team, Kasprowicz enjoyed a successful 2004, capturing an impressive 47 Test wickets for the calendar year.
Kasprowicz grew up in Brisbane, is a current director of the Cricket Australia Board.
Martin Kent is a former Australian cricketer who played in 3 Tests and 5 ODIs in 1981. This elegant right-handed batsman hails from Mossman in northern QLD. Kent was a foundation Bulls Masters member and board member until 2014.
Kent represented QLD from 1974 – 1981.