Mark Steketee is an Australian cricketer who plays for Queensland in Australian domestic cricket and plays for the Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League (BBL). He plays for Essex in the County Cricket Championship.
|Full Name||Mark Thomas Steketee|
|Nick Name||Mark Steketee|
|Date of Birth||17 January 1994|
|Mark Steketee age||28 years|
|Birth Place||Monto, Queensland|
|Batting Style||Right Handed bat|
|Bowling Style||Right-arm fast medium|
|Bowling Position||Powerplay and death|
|Physical Stats & More|
|Mark Steketee Height (approx.)||In centimeters -187 cm|
In meters – 1.87 m
In feet – 6’1” feet
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|Teams||Australia U19, Brisbane Heat, National Performance Squad, Queensland, Hobart Hurricanes, Cricket Australia XI, Australia A, Australia, Essex|
|Mark Steketee Cricket Debut||Domestic Cricket debut|
BBL and T20 Debut
Sixers vs Heat at Brisbane on January 02, 2014
List A cricket debut
NPS vs India A at Darwin on July 29, 2014
First-Class Cricket Debut
Tasmania vs Queensland at Hobart on February 16 – 17, 2015
|Mark Steketee Coach/Mentor||Wade Seccombe (Brisbane Heat)|
|Zodiac sign||Capricorn (The Sea-Goat)|
|Mark Steketee Net Worth||Around $1 Million|
|School||Ipswich Grammar School|
|Family||Father- Name not known|
Mother- Name not known
Siblings- Not Known
|Mark Steketee Girlfriend||Not Known|
|Favorite Cricketers||Shane Watson|
Mark Steketee BBL Stats
Talking about his BBL stats, Mark Steketee has played 61 matches for Brisbane Heat and has 78 wickets to his name. He also has an impressive economy rate of 8.91 and his best figures are 3/28.
Mark Steketee BBL and Domestic Career
After some impressive performances in Club cricket, Mark Steketee made his Big Bash League (BBL) debut for his team Brisbane Heat on 2nd January 2014 against the Sydney Sixers at the Gabba in Brisbane. He picked up 1 wicket in his 2 overs and gave away just 15 runs.
He played club cricket for Valley District Cricket Club in Brisbane. The following year, Steketee also made his List A debut. He was part of the National Performance Squad and made his debut against touring India A side on 29th July 2014. Steketee went wicketless in that game and gave away 24 runs in his 6 overs.
In 2015, he also made his first-class debut for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield Cup on 16th February 2015 against Tasmania. Mark Steketee was brilliant on his debut and picked up 7 wickets in that game. He picked up 3 wickets in the first innings and 4 wickets in the second innings and played a crucial role in his team’s win.
He caught the eyeballs of the selectors after his impressive show in the 2017-18 JLT One Day Cup. Steketee was part of the Cricket Australia XI team and picked up 5 wickets in his 4 games that season. His first five-wicket haul in red-ball cricket came in 2019 against Tasmania in the 2019-20 Sheffield Shield Cup.
Mark Steketee International Career
After his consistent performances in the Big Bash League, Mark Steketee received his maiden call-up for the national side. In January 2021, he was named in Australia’s Test squad for their series against South Africa.
He was then also named in the squad for Australia’s Test series against Pakistan. Mark Steketee is yet to make his international debut but with his consistent performances year by year, he is not far away from wearing that yellow jersey for his country Australia.
Unknown Facts about Mark Steketee
- Mark Steketee has played the U17 and U19 levels for Queensland.
- He was part of the Australian U19 team in the 2012 ICC U19 Cricket World Cup.
- Steketee has played all his BBL games for only one team that is Brisbane Heat.
- He is a very good friend of fellow Australian Cricketer Marnus Labuschagne and both have known each other since their childhood and have been playing together since the age of 12.
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