Teams in the Big Bash League

Teams in the Big Bash League 2022-23

<p><strong>Teams in the Big Bash League 2022-23</strong></p>

Teams in the Big Bash League 2022-23

This Season of Big Bash League 2022-23 starts from 13 Dec 2022 and ends in 04 February 2023.

Sydney Sixers:

The Sydney Sixers were formed when the decision was made to shift the domestic Twenty20 tournament away from state-representative teams and toward city-based teams. This change is thought to have been made to match its structure with that of India and South Africa, where local teams are organized around cities. This was significant for the current Champions League Twenty20 tournament, in which those three countries were founding members. For an eight-team competition, it was determined that two teams from Sydney, two teams from Melbourne, and one from each other major city would compete. Cricket NSW chose the names Sixers (and Thunder for cross-city rivals). Rocks and Edge were two other names suggested for the two squads.

The Sydney Sixers are an Australian professional franchise men's cricket team that competes in the Big Bash League, Australia's domestic Twenty20 cricket league (BBL). The Sixers, together with the Sydney Thunder, are the successors to the New South Wales Blues, who competed in the now-defunct KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. The Sixers play at Sydney Cricket Ground in the inner city's southeast, while the Thunder play at Sydney Showground Stadium farther west. Trevor Bayliss was the first coach, and he was replaced in 2015 by current coach Greg Shipperd. Brad Haddin, the Sixers' first captain, was an Australian wicketkeeper. Both Steve Smith and Moises Henriques have served as team captains.

Sydney Sixers roster:

Jackson Bird, Dan Christian, Sean Abbott, Ben Dwarshuis, Daniel Hughes, Hayden Kerr, Nathan Lyon, Moises Henriques, Izharulhaq Naveed, Chris Jordan, Kurtis Patterson, Josh Philippe, Steve O'Keefe, Jordan Silk, and James Vince are among those who have played for the club.

Brisbane Heat:

The Brisbane Heat is a Big Bash League men's professional Twenty20 franchise cricket team from Australia. The Heat play in the Australian state of Queensland and wear teal uniforms. The Brisbane Cricket Ground, better known as The Gabba, is their home ground.

They won the Big Bash League for the first time in their second season, qualifying them for the Champions League Twenty20.

In the 2012/13 Big Bash League final, the Brisbane Heat beat the Perth Scorchers. On January 19, 2013, the match was held at the WACA Ground.

Due to the absence of captain James Hopes due to injury, Chris Hartley led the team and won the toss, opting to bat first. Joe Burns led the way for Brisbane, scoring 43 runs off 27 balls in a total of 167. For the Scorchers, Jason Behrendorff grabbed two wickets.

Kemar Roach of Barbados claimed three wickets for 18 runs. After bowling three overs for 11 runs and grabbing three catches, Nathan Hauritz was awarded man of the match.

Brisbane Heat roster:

Xavier Bartlett, James Bazley, Sam Billings, Max Bryant, Sam Hain, Sam Heazlett, Usman Khawaja, Michael Neser, Jimmy Peirson, Matthew Renshaw, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Ross Whiteley, Jack Wildermuth, Spencer Johnson, Will Prestwidge

Perth Scorchers:

The Perth Scorchers are an Australian domestic Twenty20 franchise cricket team that plays in the Big Bash League and represents the Western Australian city of Perth (BBL). 

The Scorchers are the reigning BBL champions, having defeated the Sydney Sixers in the 2021-22 season's final. They are also the most successful team in BBL history, having won four championships and finishing second three times. In BBL02, they were beaten by the Brisbane Heat in their second final. They subsequently won the following two championships in a row, becoming the first team in the league's short history to do so. These victories came in a last-ball drama at Canberra's Manuka Oval against the Hobart Hurricanes and the Sydney Sixers.

The Scorchers brought in a slew of foreign bats for BBL10, including Livingstone, Joe Clarke (cricketer), Colin Munro, and Jason Roy. For this tournament, Ashton Turner was selected as captain. The Scorchers started slowly, with three losses and a tie in their first four games. They snapped their losing streak on New Year's Eve, defeating the Adelaide Strikers, and went on to win eight of their next 10 games, finishing second in the table behind the Sydney Sixers.

Perth Scorchers roster:

Aaron Hardie, Peter Hatzoglou, Nick Hobson, Josh Inglis, Matthew Kelly, Mitch Marsh, Tymal Mills, Lance Morris, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Faf du Plessis, Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Cooper Connolly, Laurie Evans (contract canceled) (replacing Laurie Evans, first seven matches only)

Sydney Thunder:

The Sydney Thunder is an Australian franchise professional cricket team that competes in the Big Bash League, Australia's domestic Twenty20 cricket league. The Thunder, together with the Sydney Sixers, are the successors of the New South Wales Blues, who competed in the now-defunct KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. Sydney Showground Stadium is the team's home field.

The Sydney Thunder, like every other side, had a $1 million pay ceiling for the first season of the Big Bash League, but they spent over half of it on Chris Gayle and David Warner have a powerful opening combination. Gayle was chased by the Perth Scorchers, but he turned down a $250,000 deal to continue with the New South Wales team.

Sydney Thunder roster:

Brendan Doggett, Oliver Davies, Matthew Gilkes, Alex Hales, Baxter Holt, Nathan McAndrew, Chris Green, Alex Ross, Daniel Sams, Jason Sangha, Tanveer Sangha, Rilee Rossouw, David Warner, David Willey (withdrawn), Fazalhaq Farooqi (replacing David Willey for the first nine matches only), Ben Cutting, Usman Qadir, Gurinder Sandhu, Ben Cutting, Usman

Adelaide Strikers:

The Adelaide Strikers are a professional Twenty20 cricket team located in Adelaide, South Australia, that competes in the Big Bash League (BBL). Their home stadium is the Adelaide Oval, and they wear cornflower blue uniforms. The Strikers were founded in 2011 to replace the Southern Redbacks, who competed in the now-defunct KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. Their only BBL triumph came in 2017-18.

The Adelaide Strikers were established in 2011 as a result of the establishment of the Big Bash League. When the tournament initially started, each club could sign up players and develop their rosters. The contracting window started on June 30, 2011, at 9 a.m., and concluded on July 22, 2011. Each squad was able to enroll up to 18 players, including two from outside the country. The team's first captain was Michael Klinger of South Australia, while the first coach was Darren Berry of the Southern Redbacks.

Adelaide Strikers roster:

Cameron Boyce, Alex Carey, Wes Agar, Harry Conway, Ryan Gibson, Travis Head, Adam Hose, Henry Hunt, Colin de Grandhomme, Thomas Kelly, Rashid Khan, Chris Lynn, Matt Short, Jake Weatherald, Henry Thorton, Harry Nielsen, and Peter Siddle are among those who have played for the club.

Melbourne Renegades:

The Melbourne Renegades are an Australian professional men's Twenty20 franchise cricket club headquartered in Melbourne, Victoria's capital city. They play in the Big Bash League, an Australian Twenty20 cricket league. David Saker coaches the squad, and Nic Maddinson serves as captain.

The Renegades' founding captain was Victorian all-rounder Andrew McDonald, who was taught by Simon Helmot, then the Victorian Bushrangers' one-day coach. The Renegades signed local state stars Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Brad Hodge, and Dirk Nannes in their debut season, as well as Pakistani immigrants Shahid Afridi and Abdul Razzaq. The Renegades underperformed in their debut season, winning only two games against the Sydney Thunder and Sydney Sixers. Aaron Finch hit 259 runs and Shahid Afridi claimed 10 wickets.

When the league first started in 2011, Cricket Australia opted to put two teams in Melbourne. With both teams' main groups of players coming from the Victoria cricket team, this rivalry was bound to be much anticipated in Melbourne. The Melbourne derby between the new two clubs, the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Renegades, rapidly became extremely popular, with large audiences going to both the MCG and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne. The first leg of the two derbies at the MCG in BBL05 produced a record attendance of 80,883, the greatest turnout for any domestic cricket match in the sport's history.

Melbourne Renegades roster:

Shaun Marsh, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Kane Richardson, Tom Rogers, Will Sutherland, Jon Wells, Jack Prestwidge, Ruwantha Kellapotha, Marcus Harris, Andre Russell (replacing Liam Livingstone for the first four matches only), Martin Guptill (the one who replaced Liam Livingstone, 10 group matches and finals).

Melbourne Stars:

The Melbourne Stars are an Australian Twenty20 franchise cricket team located in Melbourne, Victoria, that participates in the Big Bash League, Australia's Twenty20 league. The Stars play their home games at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and wear green uniforms. Glenn Maxwell just set the Big Bash League record for the greatest individual score with 154* against the Hobart Hurricanes at the MCG.

The Melbourne Stars' official mascots are Starman and Starlet. The Stars added a secondary mascot, Steven Seagull, in BBL, a year after a seagull was struck by a cricket ball hit by Perth Scorchers batsman Adam Voges during a match between the Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in BBL. Rob Quinney, the first person on the scene, instantly indicated that he feared the worst for the afflicted bird, which lay lifeless on the ground, before gingerly carrying it across the boundary rope and placing it back on the turf.

Melbourne Stars roster:

Joe Burns, Hilton Cartwright, Trent Boult, Joe Clarke, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe,  Brody Couch, Nick Larkin, Glenn Maxwell (c), Marcus Stoinis, Luke Wood, Adam Zampa, Beau Webster, and Campbell Kellaway are among those who have played for the club.

Hobart Hurricanes:

The Hobart Hurricanes are an Australian professional men's T20 cricket franchise headquartered in Tasmania. They compete in the Big Bash League, Australia's domestic T20 cricket competition in which several foreign stars compete. Hobart is represented by their team. The Hurricanes play the bulk of their home games at Blundstone Arena,[1] with some games also taking place at the University of Tasmania Stadium in Launceston. The Hurricanes' cricket uniform is purple.

Allister de Winter was the original coach of the Hobart Hurricanes, while Tim Paine was the inaugural captain.

The Hobart Hurricanes had a strong start to the inaugural Big Bash League season in 2011/12, winning their first game at the WACA Ground against the Perth Scorchers, scoring 140 before bowling them out for 109, with fast bowler Ben Hilfenhaus earning selection for the annual Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Hurricanes defeated the Sydney Sixers by 42 runs in their second encounter, which took place at Bellerive Oval in Hobart. Rana Naved-ul-Hasan took 15 wickets for the Hurricanes in the Big Bash League 2011-12 season.

Hobart Hurricanes roster:

Tim David, Nathan Ellis, Caleb Jewell, Asif Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Shadab Khan, Ben McDermott, Mitch Owen, Joel Paris, Wil Parker, Riley Meredith, D'Arcy Short, Billy Stanlake, Paddy Dooley, Chris Tremain, Matthew Wade, Mac Wright, Zak Crawley, Zak Crawley, Zak Crawley, Zak Crawley, Zak Crawley, Zak (overseas replacement for Shadab Khan)

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