Chris Lynn has not been given a Queensland contract for the 2019-20 Australian household season, while in his place pace nook Alister McDermott has been given one following three years.
Lynn, 29, completed last season's JLT One-Day Cup as Queensland's driving run-getter with 450 at 75.33 but then has not been granted an agreement for the following year.
"Chris is particularly in our reasoning for our one-day set-up in light of his exhibitions the previous summer and we will work intimately with him in the number one spot up to the season by and by," said Queensland mentor Wade Seccombe on Wednesday.
McDermott, the child of previous Australia quick bowler Craig, is the main new incorporation on Queensland's full state contract list.
From 2012-13 to 2014-15, McDermott, 27, was on Queensland's jobs. Amid this time he played for Australia An and visited the UAE with Australia's ODI and T20Is squads.
"Ali has buckled down to get to this point and he conveys that assurance and self-control to the squad," said Seccombe. "We're satisfied to have him continue with us following a couple of years away. He has utilized Premier Cricket and the second XI rivalry to show his aptitudes just as trying himself through taking on instructing obligations with his club.
Redesigned from the Rookie contracted rundown to full contracts are the young batting sensation Max Bryant and left-arm turn bowler Matthew Kuhnemman.
In September 2018, Bryant stood out as truly newsworthy when he hit the fastest one-day 50 years in Queensland's history. A self-admitted aficionado of David Warner, Bryant then earned choice in the Cricket Australia XI that played a T20 visit diversion against South Africa. He scored 36 off 22 balls in a 41-run misfortune.
This was trailed by an effective BBL season with Brisbane Heat, in which Bryant scored 335 keeps running at a strike-rate of 150.22.
In the Rookie contracted rundown, Under-19 batsman Corey Hunter and Brisbane Heat left-arm pace bowler Matthew Willians have been named.