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Aug 15, 2011: Queensland have signed a trio of former stalwarts in Ashley Noffke, Martin Love and Wade Seccombe to round out the coaching and support staff for the Bulls and the Brisbane Heat
Seccombe retires as Queensland's leading wicketkeeper
Sep 21, 2005: Chris Hartley received a double dose of good news today
Australia tour memories
Jul 26, 2005: The 1961series left enduring memories for Brian Booth
Queensland v Western Australia, Pura Cup, Brisbane, 4th day
Mar 13, 2005: Queensland won the right to host the Pura Cup final after Wade Seccombe's 84 pushed them to an unbeatable position against Western Australia at the Gabba
Queensland squad for game against Tasmania
Dec 23, 2004: Former Test batsman Martin Love has been left out of Queensland's one-day cricket side after struggling to return from a finger injury
ING Cup 2003-04
Feb 24, 2004: Chris Hartley has some big gloves to fill when he makes his domestic one-day debut for Queensland in the ING Cup final against the Western Warriors at the Gabba on Sunday
Jan 28, 2004: A trio of Queensland's finest players are set to break career milestones in the next week as the XXXX Bulls set their sights on making the Pura Cup and ING Cup Finals.
Jan 16, 2004: Qld team for Pura Cup match against Tas (21-24 Jan 2004)
Dec 16, 2003: XXXX Queensland Bulls captain Jimmy Maher returns to ING Cup cricket tomorrow with the knowledge that he can become the leading domestic one-day runs scorer in Australian cricket.
South Australia v Queensland, Adelaide, Pura Cup, 3rd Day
Nov 29, 2003: A defiant century by Wade Seccombe and four quick strikes by the Queensland attack lifted the them out of a crisis and into control of their Pura Cup match against South Australia at the Adelaide Oval
South Australia v Queensland, Adelaide, Pura Cup, 1st Day
Nov 27, 2003: Stuart Law admitted a
Queensland v Victoria, ING Cup, Brisbane
Oct 31, 2003: Centuries to Matthew Elliott and Brad Hodge guided Victoria to an eight wicket victory over Queensland in the ING Cup match tonight at the Gabba.
Queensland v Tasmania, ING Cup, Brisbane
Oct 25, 2003: Queensland wicketkeeper Wade Seccombe justified a joke on team-mates as he lifted the Bulls to a four-wicket victory over Tasmania in the ING Cup one-day match at the Gabba today.
Aug 25, 2003: The Deputy Premier, Treasurer and Minister for Sport, the Honorable Terry Mackenroth, will launch Queensland Cricket's latest coaching innovation tomorrow in the Ian Healy Room at QCHQ.
Jan 16, 2003: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have gained World Cup player Andrew Symondsfor tomorrow night's ING Cup clash against the Southern Redbacks at theGabba
Jan 15, 2003: XXXX Queensland Bulls pace bowler Ashley Noffke will miss Friday's INGCup day/nighter against the Southern Redbacks, but remains in contentionfor Sunday's Pura Cup match at the Gabba.
Dec 18, 2002: XXXX Queensland Bulls allrounder James Hopes has made a late dash toHobart to be on stand-by for tomorrow's Pura Cup clash against theTasmania Tigers.
Sep 2, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will move their preparations for the start of the 2002-03 season into a new phase this weekend with the annual City-Country clash in Dalby.
Jun 4, 2002: The XXXX Queensland Bulls will follow a proven formula with the releaseof their contracted player list for the 2002-2003 season.
Jun 8, 2001: The XXXX Queensland Bulls have re-signed their Pura Cup championship team for the 2001-2002 cricket season
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