About Bulls Masters
The aim of the Bulls Masters is to foster and develop cricket throughout the whole of Queensland utilising retired QLD cricketers as well as providing community support and assisting charities along the way.
We are a non profit organisation that aims to be a positive influence on people's lives through interaction and education using our personnel as the vehicle to deliver these benefits.
The ability to visit a vast array of Queensland towns and have an impact on people's lives via hospital visits, fundraising for charity, encouraging our children to get active and play sport, discovering and nurturing indigenous talent and helping to improve local facilities is something we are extremely proud of.
The Bulls Masters was formed in early 2010 a group of former QLD and Australian cricketers all committed to the development of cricket throughout the state and supporting regional communities. The Foundation Members Jimmy Maher, Andrew Bichel, Martin Kent, Michael Kasprowicz and Ian Healy were responsible for the birth of the organisation. Soon after this, a Board was established and appointed Ian Healy as the inaugural Chairman of the organisation and Jimmy Maher as Managing Director.
The major goals of the Bulls Masters are to utilise past Queensland cricket greats to help foster and develop cricket throughout Queensland and more importantly provide community support and assistance to local charities plus support for indigenous communities that are so often starved of the opportunity to interact with the greats of our game.
Bulls Masters Foundation members:
Martin Francis Kent