Brisbane Heat Best Players of All Time

The Brisbane Heat are an Australian professional Twenty20 cricket franchise based in Queensland. Since their formation as part of the Big Bash League (BBL) competition, they have become one of the most successful teams in Australia, winning the title for a record three times and becoming runners-up twice. The team is renowned for its passionate and loyal supporters who always cheer on their beloved side at home games held at “The Gabba” – otherwise known as the Brisbane Cricket Ground. With a distinctive teal uniform that stands out from other BBL outfits, combined with some exciting players such as Chris Lynn and Ben Cutting, it’s no wonder why crowds flock to watch this dynamic team play.

1. Chris Lynn

Batter

Chris Lynn Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 4: 18: 50: 249, Runs scored: 75: 291: 1,597: 6,980, Batting average: 18.75: 19.40: 36.29: 32.16, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 4/46, Top score: 44: 44: 135: 113*, Balls bowled: –: –: 69: 78, Wickets: –: –: 1: 3, Bowling average: –: –: 45.00: 31.00, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: –: 1/3: 2/15, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 3/–: 24/–: 70/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 4: 18: 50: 249
  • Runs scored: 75: 291: 1,597: 6,980
  • Batting average: 18.75: 19.40: 36.29: 32.16
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/12: 4/46
  • Top score: 44: 44: 135: 113*
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 69: 78
  • Wickets: –: –: 1: 3
  • Bowling average: –: –: 45.00: 31.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: –: 1/3: 2/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 3/–: 24/–: 70/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 5 January 2023

Chris Lynn is a right-handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler who has represented Australia at international level since 2014. He made his ODI debut against Pakistan in 2017 and scored 217 runs, including two half centuries, before playing his last match of 2018 against South Africa.

In all he played 38 matches for Australia, scoring 1,069 runs with four half centuries and one century. Chris Lynn started his career as an opening batsman but was later moved to the middle order where he has flourished over the past few years. His success in both domestic cricket and for Australia means that he will be a key player for any team that signs him up in future seasons Chris Lynn is a T20I specialist who made his debut for Queensland in 2009/10.

He has played for several teams over the years, most notably Kolkata Knight Riders and Mumbai Indians. He was part of the Australia side that won the World T20 in 2016. In 2018 he signed with Lahore Qalandars, but ended up playing just one game before retiring from cricket later that year due to injury

2. Josh Lalor

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 9: 7: 65, Runs scored: 94: 45: 140, Batting average: 13.42: 22.50: 7.77, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 29*: 26: 14, Balls bowled: 1,403: 408: 1,318, Wickets: 22: 5: 66, Bowling average: 35.81: 79.20: 27.96, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/97: 2/60: 5/26, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 20/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 9: 7: 65
  • Runs scored: 94: 45: 140
  • Batting average: 13.42: 22.50: 7.77
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 29*: 26: 14
  • Balls bowled: 1,403: 408: 1,318
  • Wickets: 22: 5: 66
  • Bowling average: 35.81: 79.20: 27.96
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/97: 2/60: 5/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 3/–: 20/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 22 October 2022

Josh Lalor is a right-handed bowler who has played for New South Wales in domestic cricket. He made his first-class debut for Sydney Sixers in 2011/12 and later moved to Perth Scorchers the following year.

He joined Brisbane Heat ahead of the 2016/17 season and has since played for Melbourne Renegades in the Australian Big Bash League (BBL). In 2018, he was named as one of Australia's Twenty20 International (T20I) squad to tour England but did not feature in any games on that tour.

Josh Lalor holds an economy rate of just over 4 runs per over across all formats which makes him a reliable option as a bowler for teams competing at international level Lalor made his first-class debut for New South Wales in November 2011 against Western Australia. Lalor was also part of the NSW squad that won the 2015/16 Sheffield Shield title.

His last first-class match came in October 2014 when he helped NSW to victory over Queensland at the SCG. In domestic cricket, Lalor has represented New South Wales 17 times, including six T20 matches and two limited overs contests – both of which were wins for his state side. He is best known for his ability with the ball and has claimed 5 wickets with a bowling average of 26 and an economy rate of just 5%.

Outside of cricket, Lalor is studying business at Sydney's University of Technology, where he started playing grade rugby union this year as well; it will be interesting to see how much time he can dedicate to both sports going forward.

3. Michael Neser

All-rounder

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 2: 2: 88: 63, Runs scored: 56: 8: 2,668: 773, Batting average: 18.66: 4.00: 25.40: 22.08, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/13: 1/2, Top score: 35: 6: 136: 122, Balls bowled: 281: 100: 15,748: 2,934, Wickets: 7: 2: 312: 80, Bowling average: 16.71: 60.00: 23.62: 32.06, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 9: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/22: 2/46: 6/57: 5/28, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 38/–: 20/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 2: 2: 88: 63
  • Runs scored: 56: 8: 2,668: 773
  • Batting average: 18.66: 4.00: 25.40: 22.08
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/13: 1/2
  • Top score: 35: 6: 136: 122
  • Balls bowled: 281: 100: 15,748: 2,934
  • Wickets: 7: 2: 312: 80
  • Bowling average: 16.71: 60.00: 23.62: 32.06
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 9: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/22: 2/46: 6/57: 5/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 38/–: 20/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 11 December 2022

Michael Neser is an all-rounder who has played for Australia since 2018. He made his Test debut against England in December 2021 and has also played ODIs, totalling 225 appearances.

Michael is a right-handed batsman and bowler but mainly bowls medium-fast deliveries. His father, Gert Neser, was also a professional cricketer and he passed on some of his skills to his son.

Michael studied at the University of Western Sydney where he achieved a Bachelor of Commerce degree before turning to sport full time Michael Neser is a left arm orthodox spinner who has represented both Queensland and Adelaide Strikers in first-class cricket.

He made his Test debut for Australia against Sri Lanka in December 2016, taking 2 wickets from 7 overs. In February 2017 he claimed 6/57 against South Africa to take his career best bowling figures in an innings, also toping the list of most 5 wicket hauls by any Australian bowler on debut.

Michael was born and raised in Brisbane, Queensland where he attended Holland Park School before later moving onto university at the University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame Cricket Club). After graduating from university, Michael signed with Kings XI Punjab for the 2018 IPL season but was unable to prevent them from being relegated at the end of their campaign.

4. Ben Cutting

All-rounder

Ben Cutting Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 4: 7: 51: 72, Runs scored: 53: 40: 1,561: 908, Batting average: 26.50: 10.00: 23.65: 19.73, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/7: 0/2, Top score: 27: 29: 109: 98*, Balls bowled: 216: 126: 8,597: 3,640, Wickets: 6: 3: 170: 101, Bowling average: 31.60: 71.66: 28.41: 31.71, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 6: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/45: 1/18: 6/37: 4/27, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 5/–: 15/–: 22/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 4: 7: 51: 72
  • Runs scored: 53: 40: 1,561: 908
  • Batting average: 26.50: 10.00: 23.65: 19.73
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 1/7: 0/2
  • Top score: 27: 29: 109: 98*
  • Balls bowled: 216: 126: 8,597: 3,640
  • Wickets: 6: 3: 170: 101
  • Bowling average: 31.60: 71.66: 28.41: 31.71
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 6: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/45: 1/18: 6/37: 4/27
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 5/–: 15/–: 22/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 4 October 2021

Ben Cutting is an all-rounder who has represented Australia and World XI. Cutting was born in 1987 in Sunnybank, Queensland, Australia and made his international debut for Australia against Sri Lanka in 2013.

In 2014 he played his last ODI for Australia against England at the Oval Cricket Ground. He retired from International cricket after playing his final ODI match against Sri Lanka on 31 August 2014 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).

Ben Cutting currently resides in Brisbane with his wife and two children. Ben Cutting was born in Brisbane, Queensland on 26 January 1993. He made his T20I debut for Australia against Zimbabwe in 2013 and has since played five more matches.

In total, he has scored 263 runs at an average of 16.83 with a high score of 43 not out against Sri Lanka in 2017. Outside of cricket, Ben is studying Business Administration at the University of Queensland . He is also a part-time cricketer for Easts Tigers Cricket Club and plays alongside fellow Australians Adam Zampa and Alex Carey .

5. Samuel Badree

Career

  • Competition: T20I: T20, Matches: 52: 197, Runs scored: 43: 183, Batting average: 7.16: 9.15, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 14*: 29*, Balls bowled: 1,146: 4,125, Wickets: 56: 187, Bowling average: 21.07: 22.16, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/15: 5/22, Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 46/–
  • Competition: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 52: 197
  • Runs scored: 43: 183
  • Batting average: 7.16: 9.15
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 14*: 29*
  • Balls bowled: 1,146: 4,125
  • Wickets: 56: 187
  • Bowling average: 21.07: 22.16
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/15: 5/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 46/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 11 August 2018

Samuel Badree is a right-handed T20 bowler who has played for West Indies since 2012. He made his international debut against New Zealand in June 2012, and has since played 56 T20Is.

In 2018 he scored 26 runs off 8 balls with the ball, but was caught by Sabbir Rahman at short leg to end West Indies' innings of 143/7 in their loss to Bangladesh. Badree made his first-class debut for Trinidad and Tobago in 2002, before playing for Jamaica from 2006 onwards and then returning to Trinidad and Tobago until 2013.

He took 4 wickets on his Test debut against India in November 2010 (taking 2/25), but did not bowl again until September 2011 when he made a second appearance against Zimbabwe (taking 1/21). His last Test appearance came almost two years later, against Sri Lanka in March 2013 (taking 3/32). Badree also represented the United States of America during the 2007 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament as well as playing domestic cricket for them between 2009–10 and 2011–12 seasons respectively while contracted to Trinbagonian side W Connection Cricket Club prior to moving full time to play internationally with the Windies in May 2012

6. Dan Christian

Dan Christian Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 20: 23: 120: 399, Runs scored: 273: 118: 2,844: 5,778, Batting average: 21.00: 14.75: 32.68: 23.01, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/14: 2/17, Top score: 39: 39*: 117: 129, Balls bowled: 727: 279: 3,896: 5,721, Wickets: 20: 13: 107: 277, Bowling average: 29.75: 30.61: 33.50: 29.11, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 3: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/31: 3/27: 6/48: 5/14, Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 6/–: 43/–: 182/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 20: 23: 120: 399
  • Runs scored: 273: 118: 2,844: 5,778
  • Batting average: 21.00: 14.75: 32.68: 23.01
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 2/14: 2/17
  • Top score: 39: 39*: 117: 129
  • Balls bowled: 727: 279: 3,896: 5,721
  • Wickets: 20: 13: 107: 277
  • Bowling average: 29.75: 30.61: 33.50: 29.11
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 3: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/31: 3/27: 6/48: 5/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 6/–: 43/–: 182/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 30 December 2022

Dan Christian is an all-rounder who has represented Australia in international cricket. He made his ODI debut in 2012 against India and last played for Australia in 2021 against the West Indies.

Christian bats right-handed and bowls right-arm fast medium. His highest score was 159 not out, achieved during a List A match in 2018. Dan Christian is married to Jeannie and they have two children together - daughter Willow and son Walker.[3] Dan Christian is an Australian cricketer who made his international debut for the national side in 2010.

He has played Twenty20 Internationals for Australia and also represented Hampshire in domestic cricket. Dan Christian was born on 23 February 1990, making him 26 years old at the time of writing this article. The left-handed batsman has a batting average of 31 across all formats of the game, with a high score of 91 not out which he achieved during 2017/18 season playing for Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club in England's County Championship division 2B competition.

In October 2018, Dan Christian was named as one of twelve players to be part of Australia’s squad for the 2019 ICC World T20 tournament in India later that year having been selected by head coach Justin Langer following strong performances domestically and internationally throughout 2018 including representing Australia A against Ireland & Zimbabwe earlier that year .

7. Mark Steketee

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 61: 40: 61, Runs scored: 958: 340: 169, Batting average: 14.73: 21.25: 7.68, 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 53: 35*: 33, Balls bowled: 11,347: 1,864: 1,286, Wickets: 214: 56: 78, Bowling average: 26.41: 30.14: 24.47, 5 wickets in innings: 4: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0, Best bowling: 7/44: 4/25: 4/33, Catches/stumpings: 20/–: 9/–: 20/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 61: 40: 61
  • Runs scored: 958: 340: 169
  • Batting average: 14.73: 21.25: 7.68
  • 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 53: 35*: 33
  • Balls bowled: 11,347: 1,864: 1,286
  • Wickets: 214: 56: 78
  • Bowling average: 26.41: 30.14: 24.47
  • 5 wickets in innings: 4: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 7/44: 4/25: 4/33
  • Catches/stumpings: 20/–: 9/–: 20/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 21 October 2022

Mark Steketee is a young Australian batsman and bowler who has represented Queensland in domestic cricket for the past two seasons. He made his international debut for Cricket Australia XI in 2016, playing one List A game that year.

In early 2017, he was named in Brisbane Heat's squad for the 2017–18 Big Bash League season. He scored 178 runs at an average of 34.00 with 2 half-centuries from 7 innings during the BBL|17 season, helping Brisbane to reach the final where they were defeated by Melbourne Stars. Mark also played 1 T20I match during this time, scoring 4 runs off 8 balls.https://www1.abcnews24/comicbook/2018/04/07/mark-steketee-makes-his-international-tour/?sub=true He started the 2018–19 BBL|18 season well by making 82 not out against Sydney Thunder but unfortunately suffered a thumb injury which ruled him out of action until late June.

7 .His form since then has been inconsistent as he has failed to make significant scores while being dropped from Brisbane's side multiple times due to poor performances.[https://twitter.com/_Mark_Steketee?lang=en twitter: @Mark_Steketee] "Another tough week at #heat training camp...

Can't wait for tonight."

(Note: mark hit back hard after being axed saying "need some more consistency").
8 .In December 2018 it was announced that Mark would join Essex on a three month loan deal starting January 2019.

8. Xavier Bartlett

Career

Xavier Bartlett is an American actor and singer. He was born on September 1, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Xavier began his acting career as a child star in the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

After appearing in several films and television shows, he landed his breakout role as Connor Murphy in the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars (2010-2017). In 2018, Xavier starred alongside Priyanka Chopra and Dwayne Johnson in Baywatch Nights: The Movie as Mitch Langerak/Matt Brody opposite Alexandra Daddario as Kelly Kapowski/Cara Delevingne.

He currently stars on the CW series No Tomorrow with Emily Bett Rickards and Peyton List . Xavier Bartlett is a professional basketball player for the Charlotte Hornets. Xavier has been playing pro ball since 2008 and was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 2009. He played college ball at UCLA where he earned All-American honors twice, and led his team to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament every year from 2005-2007.

In 2012, Xavier was traded to Charlotte along with Mo Harkless and Dwight Howard (among others) in exchange for point guard Kemba Walker and center Al Jefferson. He's averaging 13 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists per game this season which ranks him fifth among all players in the NBA standings as of Wednesday morning...Xavier is also third on his team with 97 steals so far this season. As a member of Team USA at last year's FIBA World Cup, Xavier averaged 10 points per game while helping lead them to their first ever medal victory over Spain - earning himself MVP honours.

A native of Los Angeles who attended Palos Verdes Peninsula High School before moving onto UCLA, Xavier lives locally with his wife Maureen and daughters Athalia (1 yr old)and Athena (8 months old).

9. Cameron Gannon

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 4: 38: 19: 27, Runs scored: 12: 562: 108: 82, Batting average: 12.00: 14.41: 18.00: 18.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 7*: 58: 28: 23, Balls bowled: 54: 7,849: 1,054: 492, Wickets: 3: 127: 30: 30, Bowling average: 22.33: 27.85: 26.56: 23.80, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/21: 6/53: 5/38: 4/10, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 26/–: 8/–: 8/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 4: 38: 19: 27
  • Runs scored: 12: 562: 108: 82
  • Batting average: 12.00: 14.41: 18.00: 18.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/1: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 7*: 58: 28: 23
  • Balls bowled: 54: 7,849: 1,054: 492
  • Wickets: 3: 127: 30: 30
  • Bowling average: 22.33: 27.85: 26.56: 23.80
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/21: 6/53: 5/38: 4/10
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 26/–: 8/–: 8/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 4 October 2021

Cameron Gannon is an Australian all-rounder who has played for both the United States and Australia in T20 internationals. He made his international debut for the US against Bermuda in August 2019, scoring 13 runs from 14 balls before being run out by captain Jason Holder.

A left-armer, he took 2/35 from his four overs as US cruised to a 97-run victory. Gannon had earlier claimed figures of 3/27 against Scotland while also taking 1/10 with the ball during Australia’s comfortable win over Canada on Sunday night (AEST). The 33-year old was born in New South Wales but after representing Australia at Under 19 level, switched allegiance to America ahead of their first full Test match against Pakistan back in November 2011 – a game they lost by 172 runs on Day 1.

Cameron Gannon is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for Queensland in the T20I format. He made his international debut in 2012 against India, and since then he has represented his country at various age group levels. In 2018, Gannon joined Brisbane Heat as their second team captain and helped them to win the inaugural Big Bash League title that season. In 2019, he was named in Australia's squad for the 50-over World Cup but did not make an appearance during the tournament due to injury.

He will be playing with Western Australia from 2020 onwards

10. Mitchell Swepson

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 4: 3: 8: 56, Runs scored: 28: 2: 32: 717, Batting average: 7.00: 2.00: –: 11.95, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 15*: 2: 14*: 37, Balls bowled: 892: 158: 150: 10,475, Wickets: 10: 3: 11: 172, Bowling average: 45.80: 53.66: 18.54: 34.56, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 5, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 1, Best bowling: 3/55: 2/53: 3/12: 5/55, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 4/–: 35/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 4: 3: 8: 56
  • Runs scored: 28: 2: 32: 717
  • Batting average: 7.00: 2.00: –: 11.95
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 15*: 2: 14*: 37
  • Balls bowled: 892: 158: 150: 10,475
  • Wickets: 10: 3: 11: 172
  • Bowling average: 45.80: 53.66: 18.54: 34.56
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 5
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • Best bowling: 3/55: 2/53: 3/12: 5/55
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 0/–: 4/–: 35/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 21 October 2022

Mitchell Swepson made his Test debut against Pakistan in March 2022. He has played 27 T20Is for Australia, scoring 91 runs with a high score of 38 not out Against England in June 2018.

Mitchell is a right-handed bowler who bowls leg break. Mitchell was born on 4 October 1993 and is 29 years old as of July 2022 Mitchell Swepson is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for Queensland since 2015/16.

He made his debut in first-class cricket for Queensland against Western Australia at the Gabba in January 2016, taking two catches and one stumpings as well as scoring an unbeaten 15 not out off 11 balls. In T20I cricket, Swepson has scored 56 runs from 8 matches with a batting average of 2 and an average of 11.95 with 5 wickets taken at an economy rate of 34.56; he was also crucial to Brisbane Heat's victory over Perth Scorchers in the final of the 2017 Big Bash League (BBL).

Mitchell Swepson is contracted to play for Queensland until the end of 2020/21 season after which he will be available for selection by whichever team he chooses to join next domestic or international season

11. Mujeeb Ur Rahman

Bowler

Mujeeb Ur Rahman Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 1: 55: 36: 199, Runs scored: 18: 97: 32: 270, Batting average: 9.00: 6.92: 8.00: 7.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 15: 18*: 18: 27, Balls bowled: 90: 2,889: 804: 4,516, Wickets: 1: 79: 49: 223, Bowling average: 75.00: 24.75: 17.02: 22.36, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/75: 5/50: 5/20: 5/15, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 9/–: 6/–: 39/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 1: 55: 36: 199
  • Runs scored: 18: 97: 32: 270
  • Batting average: 9.00: 6.92: 8.00: 7.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 15: 18*: 18: 27
  • Balls bowled: 90: 2,889: 804: 4,516
  • Wickets: 1: 79: 49: 223
  • Bowling average: 75.00: 24.75: 17.02: 22.36
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 1: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/75: 5/50: 5/20: 5/15
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 9/–: 6/–: 39/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 30 December 2022

Mujeeb was born on March 28, 2001 in Khost, Afghanistan. He is a right-handed batsman and bowler who has represented Afghanistan since 2017. Mujeeb made his international debut during the 2017 ICC World Twenty20 in India where he played against Bangladesh.

In November 2018, he scored 110 not out for Kabul Eagles in an Afghan Premier League match against Kandahar Royals which helped them to win by eight wickets. Mujeeb is the younger brother of Noor Ali Zadran and cousin of Ibrahim Zadran both of whom also play international cricket for Afghanistan Mujeeb made his Twenty20 International debut for Afghanistan against Zimbabwe in February 2018.

He has played first-class cricket for Nangarhar Leopards and Kings XI Punjab since 2017. In January 2019, he was named in the Pakistan squad for the One Day International series against Sri Lanka, but did not play a match due to injury. Mujeeb is originally from Spin Ghar Region in Afghanistan, and is now a citizen of India after playing domestic cricket there from 2017 onwards. He made his Test debut for Afghanistan against Ireland in December 2017, scoring 32 runs off 43 balls before being dismissed LBW by Gary Wilson .

His final ODI appearance came on 30 November 2022 against Sri Lanka at Dambulla Stadium . Mujeeb also plays T20I cricket for Afghanistan, making his debut versus Zimbabwe in February 2018 and last appearing 4 November 2022 against Australia at the Brisbane Heat Cricket Ground

12. Max Bryant

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 2: 25: 48, Runs scored: 32: 700: 1,012, Batting average: 8.00: 28.00: 22.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/4, Top score: 21: 89: 81, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 23/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 2: 25: 48
  • Runs scored: 32: 700: 1,012
  • Batting average: 8.00: 28.00: 22.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/5: 0/4
  • Top score: 21: 89: 81
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 19/–: 23/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 March 2022

Max Bryant is a 23-year-old batsman and bowler who has played for Cricket Australia XI in 2017/18 and 2018/19. He was born in Murwillumbah, New South Wales, Australia on 10 March 1999.

Max is right-handed and bowls right arm medium pace. He made his first grade cricket debut for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield season of 2018/19 as an 18 year old.(Squad no 15) In 7 innings he scored 95 runs at an average of 25 with a high score of 54 not out against Tasmania at Hobart Oval on 5 February 2019 which helped Queensland win by 5 wickets.(Match Report) Max has represented Australia under 19s team but did not play any matches due to injury.(Wiki Article) Bryant is a left-handed batsman and occasional off spinner who made his List A debut for Queensland in the 2017–18 season.

In 2018, Bryant moved to Brisbane Heat in the Big Bash League where he has continued to make contributions with bat and ball, scoring 32 runs from just two matches at an average of 8.00 while taking four wickets at an economy rate of 2.14. The 24-year old also impressed during Cricket Australia XI's tour of South Africa earlier this year, making 48 runs from just two innings as well as claiming five catches and one stumpings

13. James Bazley

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 10: 17: 20, Runs scored: 213: 177: 216, Batting average: 21.30: 13.61: 16.61, 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 64: 45: 49*, Balls bowled: 1,066: 460: 317, Wickets: 17: 11: 15, Bowling average: 32.23: 42.27: 28.93, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/9: 3/12: 3/28, Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 4/–: 5/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 10: 17: 20
  • Runs scored: 213: 177: 216
  • Batting average: 21.30: 13.61: 16.61
  • 100s/50s: 0/2: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 64: 45: 49*
  • Balls bowled: 1,066: 460: 317
  • Wickets: 17: 11: 15
  • Bowling average: 32.23: 42.27: 28.93
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/9: 3/12: 3/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 9/–: 4/–: 5/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 24 March 2022

James Bazley is an all-rounder who plays for the Brisbane Heat in the KFC Big Bash League. He made his debut for Queensland in 2015 and has since played for Cricket Australia XI and Hobart Hurricanes.

James was born in 1995 in Buderim, Queensland and began playing cricket at a young age. His batting style is right-handed, while his bowling arm is medium-fast. James' aim is to contribute with both bat and ball as an all rounder for his team on field, which he has done regularly over the years. Bazley, a right-arm fast bowler, made his debut for Tasmania in the 2017–18 season.

Bazley has taken wickets at an impressive rate during this campaign and was awarded a contract with Victoria ahead of the 2019–20 season. He is known for his aggressive bowling style and strong shot selection. His best performance came against Queensland in the final match of the T20 competition when he took 3/28 from eight overs to help Victoria win by six runs. Bazley will be looking to carry this form into next year's domestic Twenty20 tournaments and improve on his overall record of 10 matches, 17 runs scored, 213 balls bowled and 216 runs conceded

14. Marnus Labuschagne

All-rounder

Marnus Labuschagne Career

  • Australia (2018–present)

Labuschagne is a talented all-rounder who has represented Australia since 2018. He made his Test debut against Pakistan in October 2018 and has since scored 455 runs at an average of 36.33.

Labuschagne is also a competent bowler, having taken 10 wickets at an average of 32.13 across five Tests so far. The 28-year-old will be key to Australia's hopes when they take on England in the 2019 Ashes series later this year Marnus Labuschagne made his international debut for South Africa against India in January 2020 at the age of just 229.

The opener made an instant impact, scoring 114 runs from 227 balls as the Proteas clinched a Duckworth-Lewis victory by five wickets. He also scored 71 not out in the ODI series win over England before being rested for their final game of the tour - which they lost by four runs. In T20Is, Marnus has been prolific with 102 caps to his name and is currently Queensland's leading run scorer with 706 runs at an average of 36.83 from 55 matches including seven 50s and two 100s - both against Pakistan in April 2022 .

With Glamorgan he joins Nottinghamshire (2015), Hampshire (2017) and Essex (2018) as one-day international cricketers who have represented Australia on more than one occasion having played 26 ODIs apiece.

15. James Pattinson

Bowler

James Pattinson Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 21: 15: 89: 68, Runs scored: 417: 42: 1,998: 407, Batting average: 26.06: 10.50: 21.95: 13.56, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/5: 0/1, Top score: 47*: 13: 89*: 54, Balls bowled: 3,963: 727: 15,736: 3,420, Wickets: 81: 16: 350: 100, Bowling average: 26.33: 42.56: 23.52: 30.11, 5 wickets in innings: 4: 0: 13: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/27: 4/51: 6/32: 6/48, Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 3/–: 24/–: 13/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 21: 15: 89: 68
  • Runs scored: 417: 42: 1,998: 407
  • Batting average: 26.06: 10.50: 21.95: 13.56
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/5: 0/1
  • Top score: 47*: 13: 89*: 54
  • Balls bowled: 3,963: 727: 15,736: 3,420
  • Wickets: 81: 16: 350: 100
  • Bowling average: 26.33: 42.56: 23.52: 30.11
  • 5 wickets in innings: 4: 0: 13: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/27: 4/51: 6/32: 6/48
  • Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 3/–: 24/–: 13/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 26 April 2022

James Pattinson is a left-handed fast bowler who has played for Australia since 2011. He made his Test debut in December 2011 against New Zealand, and also played in the Boxing Day Test that year.

In January 2020 he took 3 wickets in the final match of his career against New Zealand to finish with 424 caps (a record). James was born on May 3rd 1990 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia to Darren Pattinson and Deborah Pattinson.[2] Growing up he enjoyed cricketing at local level before making the switch over to bowling at an early age due to a lack of other sports options available locally.[1] After impressing with Tasmania during their inaugural season as a full member state of Australian Cricket,[3] James signed with Victorian side Deakin University Cricket Club[4][5].

At Deakin University Cricket Club he quickly cemented himself as one of the best bowlers around and won both the Sheffield Shield Player Of The Year award[6]and National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Player Of The Year award for 2008/2009 campaign which led him being drafted into Victoria's squad for 2009/10 domestic first class season.[7][8][9] Despite playing just 4 matches during this season, it was enough evidence for selectors to offer James a contract extension which would see him play 6 further seasons with Victoria across all formats until 2016/17 when injuries struck again leading him out from international cricket whilst still contracted by Victoria meaning that any hopes or dream’s of representing Australia were now out of reach.[10][11][12],[13], [14].

However despite these setbacks throughout his career there have been periods where James has dominated not only domestically but internationally most notably being named International Bowler Of The Year at both ESPY Awards 2013 & ICC World T20 2014 respectively alongside taking 5+ wickets in each performance including an innings figures of 7/111 vs Sri Lanka captaining Aussies to victory & picking up player-of-the-match awards along way including performances such as 8/118* v England Ashes series 2015 & 10 wickets @ 2/- v Pakistan test series 2017

16. Jimmy Peirson

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 56: 48: 89, Runs scored: 2,690: 1,187: 1,303, Batting average: 35.86: 28.95: 21.36, 100s/50s: 5/16: 0/8: 0/4, Top score: 132: 85: 69*, Catches/stumpings: 198/2: 52/5: 47/14
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 56: 48: 89
  • Runs scored: 2,690: 1,187: 1,303
  • Batting average: 35.86: 28.95: 21.36
  • 100s/50s: 5/16: 0/8: 0/4
  • Top score: 132: 85: 69*
  • Catches/stumpings: 198/2: 52/5: 47/14
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 October 2022

Jimmy Peirson is a right-handed wicketkeeper who has played for Queensland since 2013/14. He made his debut for the Heat in 2014/15 and has remained with the team ever since.

Jimmy is an agile fielder, having been recognised as one of Australia's best young keepers by International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2015. He also excels at hitting boundaries and regularly scores runs off the back foot - something that can be crucial on tricky batting tracks such as Brisbane's Gabba ground which often favours batsmen over bowlers..

In September 2017, he was named captain of Queensland’s under-19 side ahead of their upcoming Under-19 national championships in Tasmania next month where they will aim to qualify for ICC World Cup U17 2019 tournament held in New Zealand later this year Jimmy Peirson was born on the 10th of December 1988 in Sydney, New South Wales. He played cricket for Australia at under-19 level and made his debut for NSW in 2008/09 season.

In 2011 he made his international debut against Sri Lanka and has since played 56 matches for Australia scoring 2,690 runs at an average of 35.86 with a top score of 132 not out in 2017 ICC World Cup Qualifier match against Zimbabwe which helped Australia qualify to play in the tournament as hosts. Jimmy is contracted by Cricket Australia until the end of 2020 and will be part-time bowler having taken 5 wickets at an average of 33 from 48 overs across T20s and first class cricket so far this season

17. Sam Heazlett

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 1: 39: 30: 49, Runs scored: 4: 2,015: 1,268: 851, Batting average: 4.00: 30.53: 43.72: 18.50, 100s/50s: 0/0: 4/9: 2/11: 0/3, Top score: 4: 135: 107: 74*, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 36/–: 10/–: 21/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 1: 39: 30: 49
  • Runs scored: 4: 2,015: 1,268: 851
  • Batting average: 4.00: 30.53: 43.72: 18.50
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 4/9: 2/11: 0/3
  • Top score: 4: 135: 107: 74*
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 36/–: 10/–: 21/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 14 February 2022

Sam Heazlett was born in 1995 and is an Australian batsman. He made his international debut for Australia against New Zealand in January 2017. In that match, he scored a half century (50 runs) and took 3 wickets.

Sam has represented Queensland at various youth levels before making the step up to senior level in 2016/17 season where he enjoyed some consistent performances with the bat including scoring over 1,000 runs in first-class cricket for the first time ever.(1) His slow left arm orthodox bowling also caught the attention of selectors who called him up to play for Australia A side shortly after his ODI debut against New Zealand.(2) At 27 years old, Sam is still young enough to improve further as a cricketer and hopes to continue playing international cricket for Australia down the track

18. Jack Wildermuth

Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 2: 59: 25: 56, Runs scored: 1: 2,431: 397: 308, Batting average: -: 27.31: 18.90: 10.62, 100s/50s: 0/0: 3/12: 0/3: 0/0, Top score: 1*: 111*: 66: 31, Balls bowled: 18: 7,845: 1,078: 1,045, Wickets: 1: 138: 25: 42, Bowling average: 32.00: 28.88: 40.32: 34.92, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/16: 5/40: 4/39: 3/16, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 20/–: 5/–: 10/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 2: 59: 25: 56
  • Runs scored: 1: 2,431: 397: 308
  • Batting average: -: 27.31: 18.90: 10.62
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 3/12: 0/3: 0/0
  • Top score: 1*: 111*: 66: 31
  • Balls bowled: 18: 7,845: 1,078: 1,045
  • Wickets: 1: 138: 25: 42
  • Bowling average: 32.00: 28.88: 40.32: 34.92
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 1: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/16: 5/40: 4/39: 3/16
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 20/–: 5/–: 10/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 24 March 2022

Jack is an all-rounder who has played for Australia in T20Is and ODIs. He was born in Toowoomba, Queensland, and debuted for Australia against Zimbabwe in 2018.

He is the grandson of Graham Bizzell, a former Australian cricketer, and Tom Veivers, a former Test cricketer for New Zealand. In 2017 he won the Sheffield Shield with Queensland Cricket team before being signed by Rising Pune Supergiant ahead of the 2018 Indian Premier League season where he made his first international appearance against Pakistan.

Jack is currently contracted to play with Rising Pune Supergiant until 2020.[2] Jack Wildermuth is a talented T20 bowler who has played for several teams in Australia and New Zealand. He made his debut for the Brisbane Heat in 2017/18 and quickly established himself as one of the team's key players. In 2018, he was named Player of the Tournament at the Big Bash League finals series, taking 4 wickets with his bowling average increasing by almost 20%.

The following season saw him play for Melbourne Renegades before returning to Queensland to join the Heat once again in 2020/21. Jack is known for his aggressive approach with ball which has seen him take many wickets over the years; he is currently averaging 32 with 5 dismissals from 40 balls per innings.

19. Ben Laughlin

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20, Matches: 5: 3: 39: 164, Runs scored: 1: –: 157: 172, Batting average: –: –: 13.08: 6.37, 100s/50s: 0/0: –: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 1*: –: 34*: 22, Balls bowled: 224: 71: 2,048: 3,390, Wickets: 4: 2: 69: 191, Bowling average: 54.75: 59.00: 25.86: 23.96, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 2: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 1/28: 1/32: 6/23: 6/28, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 1/–: 9/–: 59/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: LA: T20
  • Matches: 5: 3: 39: 164
  • Runs scored: 1: –: 157: 172
  • Batting average: –: –: 13.08: 6.37
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: –: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 1*: –: 34*: 22
  • Balls bowled: 224: 71: 2,048: 3,390
  • Wickets: 4: 2: 69: 191
  • Bowling average: 54.75: 59.00: 25.86: 23.96
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 2: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/28: 1/32: 6/23: 6/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 1/–: 9/–: 59/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 4 October 2021

Ben Laughlin is a right-handed bowler who has played for Australia in ODIs and T20Is. He made his ODI debut against South Africa in 2009 and last appeared three years later against Pakistan.

His most recent international appearance was during the 2013 ICC World Twenty20 where he took five wickets from six matches including an impressive performance of 3/27 against Sri Lanka. Ben has also represented Victoria at first-class level, playing for the Bushrangers between 2001 and 2007 before signing with Tasmania for one season in 2008/09 before returning to Victoria side Melbourne Stars (2010–2013).

In domestic cricket, he has spent time with both Victoria (Bushrangers) and Tasmania (Tasmania Tigers), as well as spending two seasons with Sydney Thunder (2012–2014). Ben Laughlin is a right-arm seamer who played for Tasmania and Queensland in the first class domestic cricket competitions. Ben Laughlin made his debut in 2007/08 for Tasmania, taking 2 wickets against Victoria. He later represented Queensland from 2011/12 to 2014/15.

Ben Laughlin was selected as part of the Australia A squad that toured India in November 2017, playing 3 matches including an innings victory over India A at Nagpur Cricket Stadium. In January 2018, he was named in the Brisbane Heat squad for the inaugural Big Bash League season, but did not feature in any fixtures due to injury sustained during pre-season training camp.. On 18 February 2018 it was announced that Ben Laughlin had signed with Rajasthan Royals for the remainder of the BBL Season 5 campaign.[1] He finished as Rajasthan's leading wicket taker with 16 dismissals from 22 matches.[2] Ben has also been called up by Guyana Amazon Warriors ahead of their upcoming 2019 Caribbean Premier League campaign[3].

20. Ben Duckett

Ben Duckett Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 7: 3: 120: 74, Runs scored: 467: 123: 8,106: 2,385, Batting average: 38.91: 41.00: 42.00: 38.46, 100s/50s: 1/4: 0/2: 23/37: 3/16, Top score: 107: 63: 282*: 220*, Balls bowled: –: –: 149: –, Wickets: –: –: 2: –, Bowling average: –: –: 49.50: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: –: –: 1/15: –, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 0/–: 96/3: 39/3
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 7: 3: 120: 74
  • Runs scored: 467: 123: 8,106: 2,385
  • Batting average: 38.91: 41.00: 42.00: 38.46
  • 100s/50s: 1/4: 0/2: 23/37: 3/16
  • Top score: 107: 63: 282*: 220*
  • Balls bowled: –: –: 149: –
  • Wickets: –: –: 2: –
  • Bowling average: –: –: 49.50: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: –: 0: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: –: –: 1/15: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 0/–: 96/3: 39/3
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 12 December 2022

Ben Duckett is a left-handed batsman and off break bowler who made his Test debut in 2016 against Bangladesh. He has since played six more Tests, as well as 41 ODIs and 17 T20Is for England.

Duckett was born in Farnborough, London on October 17th 1994 and first came to prominence with Somerset where he represented the county side from 2011-2015 before signing for Hampshire in April of 2016.

In 2018, Duckett joined Durham on a Kolpak deal after leaving Hampshire at the end of that year due to personal reasons which hampered his progress with the national side during what should have been a key period in his development alongside new partner Alex Hales After being released by Durham at the start of 2019, Ben returned home to sign for Kent where he enjoyed success both domestically and internationally throughout 2020 before retiring from all forms of cricket at age just 28

21. Brendon McCullum

Batter

Brendon McCullum Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 101: 260: 71: 150, Runs scored: 6,453: 6,083: 2,140: 9,210, Batting average: 38.64: 30.41: 35.66: 37.13, 100s/50s: 12/31: 5/32: 2/13: 17/46, Top score: 302: 166: 123: 302, Balls bowled: 175: –: –: 259, Wickets: 1: –: –: 1, Bowling average: 88.00: –: –: 140.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –: 0, Best bowling: 1/1: –: –: 1/1, Catches/stumpings: 198/11: 262/15: 36/8: 308/19
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 101: 260: 71: 150
  • Runs scored: 6,453: 6,083: 2,140: 9,210
  • Batting average: 38.64: 30.41: 35.66: 37.13
  • 100s/50s: 12/31: 5/32: 2/13: 17/46
  • Top score: 302: 166: 123: 302
  • Balls bowled: 175: –: –: 259
  • Wickets: 1: –: –: 1
  • Bowling average: 88.00: –: –: 140.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 1/1: –: –: 1/1
  • Catches/stumpings: 198/11: 262/15: 36/8: 308/19
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 7 November 2021

Brendon McCullum is a New Zealand international cricketer who has played for his country since 2002. He is best known as an opening batsman and wicket-keeper, but can also bowl right-arm medium pace.

Brendon McCullum made his Test debut in 2002 against Australia at Dunedin, and went on to score over 3000 runs in Tests, including two centuries and thirteen fifties. He was the leading run scorer in the 2013–14 touring Sri Lanka cricket team, scoring 842 runs in six matches at an average of 58.50 – second only to Sachin Tendulkar (973).

Brendon McCullum won the ICC World Cup 2011 with New Zealand as their captain after beating England by 6 wickets in the final at Wankhede Stadium Mumbai India . In December 2014 he announced that he would retire from all forms of international cricket after the 2015 Cricket World Cup which saw New Zealand make it to the semi finals where they were narrowly beaten by eventual champions Australia .

On 17 March 2016 Brendon completed 200 ODIs making him one of only eleven players to achieve this feat and also equal joint fourth all time with Brian Lara on 4378 ODI runs behind Sachin Tendulkar (4763), Rahul Dravid (4921) & MS Dhoni (5000)

22. Matt Renshaw

Batter

Matt Renshaw Career

  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 12: 96: 55: 53, Runs scored: 641: 5,925: 1,912: 1,102, Batting average: 33.73: 37.98: 39.83: 23.96, 100s/50s: 1/3: 17/16: 4/13: 0/6, Top score: 184: 200*: 156*: 90*, Balls bowled: 24: 870: 407: 198, Wickets: 0: 11: 8: 7, Bowling average: –: 42.36: 48.50: 39.86, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: –: 3/29: 2/17: 1/2, Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 97/–: 29/–: 20/–
  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 12: 96: 55: 53
  • Runs scored: 641: 5,925: 1,912: 1,102
  • Batting average: 33.73: 37.98: 39.83: 23.96
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 17/16: 4/13: 0/6
  • Top score: 184: 200*: 156*: 90*
  • Balls bowled: 24: 870: 407: 198
  • Wickets: 0: 11: 8: 7
  • Bowling average: –: 42.36: 48.50: 39.86
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 3/29: 2/17: 1/2
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/–: 97/–: 29/–: 20/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 8 January 2023

Matt Renshaw is a talented batsman and bowler who has played for Australia since 2016. The 26-year-old has had an impressive Test career, scoring 449 runs at an average of 40.14 with two centuries including his last test match in January 2023 against South Africa.

He also averages 33 with the ball in Tests, taking 11 wickets at 31.11 apiece – both figures being good for a specialist batsman or bowler in this format of the game. Matt Renshaw started playing county cricket when he was 18 years old, representing Middlesbrough before moving to Somerset where he currently plays club cricket and is captain of the team Matt Renshaw made his Test debut in 2014 against Australia and has since been a regular in the Australian side.

He is known for his batting ability, averaging 33.73 with 12 centuries and 55 scores of 50 or more. In T20 cricket he has also been successful, scoring 366 runs at an average of 37.98 with 1 hundred and 13 fifty-plus scores. He was part of the Queensland squad that won the Sheffield Shield in 2018/19 but did not feature in their triumphant campaign to retain it later that year; however, he played for Somerset during the 2022 season which ended trophyless but with him hitting 381 runs at an excellent average of 39.83 including 3 half-centuries and 2 tons (both off spin).

Matt Renshaw is contracted to play domestic cricket until 2021 representing Brisbane Heat (2018), Adelaide Strikers (2019) and Kent respectively

23. Tom Banton

Wicket-keeper

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 6: 14: 28: 24, Runs scored: 134: 327: 1,194: 658, Batting average: 26.80: 23.35: 25.95: 29.90, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 1/8: 2/4, Top score: 58: 73: 126: 112, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 9/0: 14/0: 16/1
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 6: 14: 28: 24
  • Runs scored: 134: 327: 1,194: 658
  • Batting average: 26.80: 23.35: 25.95: 29.90
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 1/8: 2/4
  • Top score: 58: 73: 126: 112
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 9/0: 14/0: 16/1
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 July 2022

Tom Banton is a talented wicket-keeper batsman who has been playing for England since 2020. Tom has represented his country in numerous international tournaments, most recently appearing in the ICC World T20 tournament in 2019.

He was born on 11 November 1998 and is from Chiltern, Buckinghamshire in England. In addition to cricket, Tom also enjoys rugby union and football (soccer). Tom's father, Colin Banton, played first-class cricket for Somerset and Jacques Banton played for Middlesex as a bowler and captain of the West Indies national team Tom Banton is a professional cricketer who has played for Somerset and Brisbane Heat in the current season.

Tom Banton was born on 28 July 1992 in England, which makes him 24 years old at the time of writing this article. Tom Banton first represented Bermuda at youth level before making his international debut for England against Ireland in May 2012. In February 2015, he made his One Day International (ODI) debut for England against Sri Lanka and scored 68 runs from 118 balls to help England win by 9 wickets. He also made his Twenty20 International (T20I) debut for England during that same tour and scored 73 runs from 26 balls to help lead them to victory over Sri Lanka again.

Following this successful spell with English cricket, Tom signed a three-year contract with Somerset County Cricket Club in August 2015 which started the following month.. After playing regularly for Somerset throughout the 2016 season, he joined Brisbane Heat ahead of their inaugural IPL campaign where he continued performing well batting at number 3 or 4 behind big hitters such as Chris Lynn and Brendon McCullum - averaging 25* with 2 hundreds & 8 fifties across 16 matches. On 10 September 2018 it was announced that Tom had re-signed with Brisbane until 2020.. Tom's career highlights include being an integral part of two Test victories over Australia (in 2014 & 2017), scoring centuries against India A at home as well as South Africa A away; becoming only the 5th player ever after Adam Gilchrist*, Brian Lara*, Jacques Kallis* and Kumar Sangakkara* to score 2000 ODI runs without losing a single match while still playing domestic T20 tournaments; amassing 128 catches during innings breaks including 7 stumpings ; setting up multiple partnerships whilst batting second...the list goes on .

24. Daniel Vettori

Daniel Vettori Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 113: 295: 174: 365, Runs scored: 4,531: 2,253: 6,695: 3,549, Batting average: 30.00: 17.33: 29.62: 20.16, 100s/50s: 6/23: 0/4: 9/34: 2/10, Top score: 140: 83: 140: 138, Balls bowled: 28,814: 14,060: 41,258: 17,628, Wickets: 362: 305: 565: 387, Bowling average: 34.36: 31.71: 31.82: 30.98, 5 wickets in innings: 20: 2: 33: 2, 10 wickets in match: 3: 0: 3: 0, Best bowling: 7/87: 5/7: 7/87: 5/7, Catches/stumpings: 58/–: 88/–: 98/–: 121/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 113: 295: 174: 365
  • Runs scored: 4,531: 2,253: 6,695: 3,549
  • Batting average: 30.00: 17.33: 29.62: 20.16
  • 100s/50s: 6/23: 0/4: 9/34: 2/10
  • Top score: 140: 83: 140: 138
  • Balls bowled: 28,814: 14,060: 41,258: 17,628
  • Wickets: 362: 305: 565: 387
  • Bowling average: 34.36: 31.71: 31.82: 30.98
  • 5 wickets in innings: 20: 2: 33: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 3: 0: 3: 0
  • Best bowling: 7/87: 5/7: 7/87: 5/7
  • Catches/stumpings: 58/–: 88/–: 98/–: 121/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 13 February 2016
  • Medal record, , Representing  New Zealand, Men's Cricket, Commonwealth Games, : 1998 Kuala Lumpur: List-A cricket
  • Representing  New Zealand
  • Men's Cricket
  • Commonwealth Games
  • : 1998 Kuala Lumpur: List-A cricket

Daniel Vettori is an all-rounder who has played for New Zealand since 1997. He was part of the team that won the 2002 World Cup and 2007 ICC World Twenty20, as well as winning silver in the 2012 London Olympics.

In 2011, he became only the third player to take 100 wickets and score 1000 runs in Test cricket - a feat he repeated in 2013. Vettori also captained New Zealand at two T20 Internationals (2013 & 2017) and one ODI (2015).

Outside of cricket, Daniel Vettori is involved with Sport Kids Auckland where he helps promote physical activity amongst children aged 5-18 years old through his 'Daniel's Way' program which involves weekly clinics across Auckland delivered by himself or other sports professionals such as Olympians John Kirwan & Nikki Hamblin Married to former netball international Natalie Bassingthwaighte from 2012 until their divorce in 2018; they have two daughters together Eleanor Matilda born December 2016[2] and India Rose Violet born January 2019.[3]

25. Peter Forrest

Peter Forrest Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 15: 80: 59: 32, Runs scored: 368: 4,251: 1,354: 575, Batting average: 26.28: 33.47: 26.54: 23.00, 100s/50s: 1/3: 10/18: 1/9: 0/3, Top score: 104: 177: 104: 62*, Balls bowled: –: 105: 12: -, Wickets: –: 1: 0: –, Bowling average: –: 82.00: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –, Best bowling: –: 1/7: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 94/–: 28/–: 17/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 15: 80: 59: 32
  • Runs scored: 368: 4,251: 1,354: 575
  • Batting average: 26.28: 33.47: 26.54: 23.00
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 10/18: 1/9: 0/3
  • Top score: 104: 177: 104: 62*
  • Balls bowled: –: 105: 12: -
  • Wickets: –: 1: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: 82.00: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: 1/7: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 94/–: 28/–: 17/–
  • Source: CricInfo, 5 October 2021

Peter Forrest is a batsman for Australia. He made his ODI debut in 2012 against India and has since played four more matches, the latest of which was against England in July last year.

Peter Forrest is right-handed and bowls medium pace with a right arm action. The 37-year old first emerged on the international scene at the age of 21 when he represented New South Wales in one-day cricket before making his Test debut against Sri Lanka later that year.

Forrest has been an integral part of both Australian teams over the past few years, playing 97 ODIs and scoring 3172 runs at an average of 28.05, including five centuries and 12 half-centuries Peter Forrest played for New South Wales from 2006-2011, and Queensland from 2011-2016.

He was a key player for both states during that time, scoring 368 runs at an average of 26.28 with 8 centuries and 5 half centuries in 80 matches. He also took 105 wickets at an average of 82 with 1 five wicket haul, as well as 4 stumpings off 94 catches taken. For Brisbane Heat in the T20 Big Bash League he averaged 33.47 with 10 wickets in 18 matches to take his career tally to 275 scalps overall - impressive figures.

26. AB de Villiers

Batter

AB de Villiers Career

  • South Africa (2004–2018)

AB de Villiers is one of the most decorated cricketers in world cricket, with over 3000 runs and 350 wickets to his name. De Villiers made his Test debut for South Africa against England in 2004 and has gone on to become one of the leading batsmen in the game.

He was also a key part of South Africa's successful World Cup campaigns in 2007 and 2015, as well as their ICC Champions Trophy triumph two years ago. De Villiers retired from international cricket at the end of March 2018 after playing 107 Tests, 294 ODIs and 23 T20s for South Africa.

Outside of cricket, he is known for being an ambassador for various charities including UNICEF and cancer research charity Stand Up To Cancer (SUCC). AB de Villiers lives with wife Sandile Dlamini-Zuma and their three children – Rishabh, Aiden and Ishaan – in Johannesburg suburb Parkhurst.https://www1/news/africa/south-africa-captain-abraham-benjamin-de-villiers--retires_20180323

27. Thisara Perera

Thisara Perera Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 6: 166: 84: 339, Runs scored: 203: 2,338: 1,204: 4,255, Batting average: 20.30: 19.98: 23.15: 21.27, 100s/50s: 0/1: 1/10: 0/3: 0/12, Top score: 75: 140: 61: 97*, Balls bowled: 954: 5,900: 1,102: 4,987, Wickets: 11: 175: 51: 272, Bowling average: 59.36: 32.80: 33.66: 26.29, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 0: 2, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 4/151: 6/44: 3/24: 5/26, Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 62/–: 30/–: 141/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 6: 166: 84: 339
  • Runs scored: 203: 2,338: 1,204: 4,255
  • Batting average: 20.30: 19.98: 23.15: 21.27
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 1/10: 0/3: 0/12
  • Top score: 75: 140: 61: 97*
  • Balls bowled: 954: 5,900: 1,102: 4,987
  • Wickets: 11: 175: 51: 272
  • Bowling average: 59.36: 32.80: 33.66: 26.29
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 0: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 4/151: 6/44: 3/24: 5/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 1/–: 62/–: 30/–: 141/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 8 January 2023
  • Medal record, , Men's Cricket, Representing  Sri Lanka, South Asian Games, : 2010 Dhaka: Team
  • Men's Cricket
  • Representing  Sri Lanka
  • South Asian Games
  • : 2010 Dhaka: Team

Thisara Perera is a left-handed all-rounder who has played for Sri Lanka since 2009. He made his Test debut in 2011 against England and has been a regular fixture in the side ever since.

His best performance came in 2012 when he took 5 wickets and scored 51 runs against Pakistan. In 2015, Thisara suffered an ankle injury that ruled him out of the majority of the Tests leading up to the conclusion of World Cup Qualifiers which Sri Lanka eventually won qualification for with victory over Bangladesh; however, he was fit enough to play in 3 ODIs during this time period as well as 1 T20I match (against India).

After missing most of 2016 due to another ankle injury sustained while playing cricket, Thisara returned home at Christmas 2016 to take part in domestic cricket with Kandy District Cricket Club before being called up by Sri Lanka ahead of their series against Zimbabwe on 2 April 2017 where he featured prominently taking 4/38 from 8 overs off pace bowler Sikandar Raza - his maiden international five-wicket haul - helping secure a comprehensive win for his team courtesy 6/132 batting first; later that month, after featuring again capably bowling 7/27 conceding only 10runs from 9 overs including 3 maidens vs South Africa U19s at Defore Stadium Colombo, Thisara was named player of the tournament following successful performances throughout both forms of limited over cricket during previous months...etc

28. Roelof van der Merwe

Roelof van der Merwe Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 16: 52: 80: 188, Runs scored: 96: 465: 3,588: 2,901, Batting average: 19.20: 21.13: 32.03: 26.86, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 6/22: 1/11, Top score: 57: 75*: 205*: 165*, Balls bowled: 825: 997: 10,252: 8,227, Wickets: 19: 56: 150: 250, Bowling average: 36.05: 19.10: 33.79: 26.72, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 4, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/27: 4/35: 5/174: 5/26, Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 22/–: 61/–: 81/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 16: 52: 80: 188
  • Runs scored: 96: 465: 3,588: 2,901
  • Batting average: 19.20: 21.13: 32.03: 26.86
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/2: 6/22: 1/11
  • Top score: 57: 75*: 205*: 165*
  • Balls bowled: 825: 997: 10,252: 8,227
  • Wickets: 19: 56: 150: 250
  • Bowling average: 36.05: 19.10: 33.79: 26.72
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 4
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/27: 4/35: 5/174: 5/26
  • Catches/stumpings: 6/–: 22/–: 61/–: 81/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 6 November 2022

Roelof van der Merwe is a right-handed all-rounder who has played for South Africa and the Netherlands. Van der Merwe was born in 1984 in Johannesburg, Transvaal Province, South Africa.

Roelof made his international debut for South Africa against Australia in 2009 and went on to play 97 ODIs between 2009 and 2011. He then moved to the Netherlands where he represented them at both T20I and ODI level until 2016 before retiring from all cricketing commitments aged 38 years old.

Roelof van der Merwe retired from all cricketing commitments aged 38 years old after representing the Netherlands at T20I & ODI level Roelof van der Merwe is a left-handed batsman who has played for Somerset and South Africa in both Test and T20 cricket. Van der Merwe made his first-class debut for Northerns in 2006/07 and then represented Titans the following year, before playing for Royal Challengers Bangalore from 2009 to 2010.

He next moved to Delhi Daredevils, where he spent two seasons before joining Brisbane Heat in 2011/12. Van der Merwe was signed by Somerset ahead of the 2014 season and went on to play 82 matches for them across three formats of the game over six years; including appearances in all four domestic Twenty20 tournaments during that time period as well as five Super50 fixtures. In September 2019, it was announced that he would be signing with Tshwane Spartans for the 2020 season onwards after leaving Somerset at the end of their current campaign.

Roelof van der Merwe also represented South Africa internationally between March 2009 and August 2013, making 41 Tests (including 10 as captain) and 35 T20Is – scoring 1128 runs at an average of 25 apiece with a highest score of 57 not out against Australia in Sydney back in 2012/13

29. Matthew Kuhnemann

Bowler

Career

  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 4: 12: 28: 18, Runs scored: 16: 99: 103: 22, Batting average: 8.00: 24.75: 12.87: 7.33, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 15: 24*: 18*: 9, Balls bowled: 228: 2,391: 1,344: 276, Wickets: 6: 32: 43: 11, Bowling average: 31.83: 34.25: 29.20: 32.18, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 1: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/26: 5/25: 4/37: 3/47, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 3/–: 13/–: 6/–
  • Competition: ODI: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 4: 12: 28: 18
  • Runs scored: 16: 99: 103: 22
  • Batting average: 8.00: 24.75: 12.87: 7.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 15: 24*: 18*: 9
  • Balls bowled: 228: 2,391: 1,344: 276
  • Wickets: 6: 32: 43: 11
  • Bowling average: 31.83: 34.25: 29.20: 32.18
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 3: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 1: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/26: 5/25: 4/37: 3/47
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 3/–: 13/–: 6/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 June 2022

Matthew Kuhnemann is a left-handed bowler who has played for Australia since the age of 18. He made his international debut in June 2022 against Sri Lanka and has taken part in 10 ODIs to date, with his last match coming just over two months ago against Sri Lanka.

In domestic cricket, Kuhnemann has represented Cricket Australia XI on several occasions throughout the past two years. Matthew Kuhnemann is a bowler from Queensland who has represented the Heat and Brisbane in one-day and Twenty20 cricket. He played for Australia at Under 19 level but failed to make an impression on them, instead choosing to play domestic cricket with his home state of Queensland.

He was picked up by the Heat in 2018/19 as an injury replacement, making his first-class debut that season. In 2019/20 he made more appearances for the Heat and also featured in three T20 matches, taking five wickets and scoring 24 runs with a batting average of 12.87 . He signed a two-year contract extension with the Heat earlier this year which will keep him playing club cricket in Brisbane until at least 2021/22

30. Sam Billings

Sam Billings Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 28: 82: 104, Runs scored: 66: 702: 3,536: 3,139, Batting average: 22.00: 33.42: 33.35: 41.30, 100s/50s: 0/0: 1/5: 6/15: 7/21, Top score: 36: 118: 171: 175, Catches/stumpings: 8/0: 19/1: 206/12: 88/9
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 28: 82: 104
  • Runs scored: 66: 702: 3,536: 3,139
  • Batting average: 22.00: 33.42: 33.35: 41.30
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 1/5: 6/15: 7/21
  • Top score: 36: 118: 171: 175
  • Catches/stumpings: 8/0: 19/1: 206/12: 88/9

Sam Billings made his Test debut against Australia in January 2022. The 31-year-old has represented England since 2015 and was a part of the side that won the ICC World Cup in 2019.

Bilbo is renowned for his batting skills, having scored over 500 runs in Test matches and 2,000 ODI runs. He is also known as one of the best wicketkeepers in world cricket and played an important role during England's run to victory at the ICC World Cup 2019.

Outside of cricket, Sam is a student at Brunel University where he studies engineering Sam Billings is a right-handed batsman and wicketkeeper who has played for both Kent and Pakistan. Born in England, Sam made his first-class debut for Loughborough MCCU in 2011 before moving to play county cricket with Kent the following year.

He represented Pakistan at Under-19 level before making his full international debut against New Zealand in 2015. In 2017 he joined Delhi Daredevils, where he enjoyed success with the bat as well as being named MVP of the T20I series against West Indies that same year. He then moved to Sydney Sixers prior to the 2018/19 season, during which time he was awarded player of the tournament honours after scoring 454 runs from just 7 innings across all formats of the game.

This summer (2020/21) Sam will join Kolkata Knight Riders ahead of their inaugural stint in India's premier Twenty20 competition - IPL 2020/21. At 27 years old, Sam is still young enough to continue developing as an international cricketer and looks poised to do so over the coming years

31. Will Prestwidge

Career

  • Competition: List A: T20, Matches: 1: 3, Runs scored: –: 23, Batting average: –: 11.50, 100s/50s: –: 0/0, Top score: –: 21, Balls bowled: 30: 56, Wickets: 0: 4, Bowling average: –: 23.25, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: –: 0, Best bowling: –: 2/34, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–
  • Competition: List A: T20
  • Matches: 1: 3
  • Runs scored: –: 23
  • Batting average: –: 11.50
  • 100s/50s: –: 0/0
  • Top score: –: 21
  • Balls bowled: 30: 56
  • Wickets: 0: 4
  • Bowling average: –: 23.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0
  • Best bowling: –: 2/34
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 23 February 2022

Will Prestwidge is a young left-handed bowler who made his debut for the Brisbane Heat in the Australian Big Bash League in 2021. Will has been playing cricket since he was very young and idolises all-rounder Andrew Symonds.

Will's father, Scott Prestwidge, played first class cricket for Queensland and also represented Australia at international level. Jack Prestwidge, Will's brother, also plays cricket professionally and represents Tasmania in first class matches.

Will has two sisters – Georgia Prestwidge and Lizzy Prestwick – who both play football for their schools teams as well as regularly taking part in cricket tournaments with their brothers when they can spare time from training or games. Cricket is always a big part of the family life - even when things get busy outside of cricketing commitments.

The whole clan often gets together to watch one another play sport on special occasions like Christmas or Easter (although they usually end up getting pretty smashed too.). In 2020/21 season, while still only 20 years old,Will claimed 8 wickets from 14 balls against NSW Blues bowling attack including 3 maiden overs which caught attention of national selectors leading to selection into QLD squad for BBL|02 tournament that year alongside younger players such as Cameron Boyce & Joe Burns .

He took 9 wickets from 18 balls against Melbourne Stars batting line up that included David Warner & Eoin Morgan claiming 4 key wickets including #1 ranked batsman D’Arcy Short who top scored for Stars with 139 runs off just 77 deliveries .He finished 5th out of 6 bowlers behind eventual champions Perth Scorchers' Nathan Coulter-Nile with best figures being 2/27 but impressive comeback performance earned him Player Of The Tournament awardahead Nathan Coulter-Nile ,Tymal Mills(retired)&D’arcy Short

32. Brendan Doggett

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 28: 11: 33, Runs scored: 260: 26: 36, Batting average: 12.38: 8.66: 6.00, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 49: 11: 10*, Balls bowled: 5,199: 559: 871, Wickets: 88: 16: 33, Bowling average: 31.11: 38.87: 26.39, 5 wickets in innings: 2: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 5/77: 4/75: 5/35, Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 3/–: 9/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 28: 11: 33
  • Runs scored: 260: 26: 36
  • Batting average: 12.38: 8.66: 6.00
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 49: 11: 10*
  • Balls bowled: 5,199: 559: 871
  • Wickets: 88: 16: 33
  • Bowling average: 31.11: 38.87: 26.39
  • 5 wickets in innings: 2: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 5/77: 4/75: 5/35
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 3/–: 9/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 20 December 2022

Brendan Doggett is a bowler for the Sydney Thunder in the Australian Big Bash League. He made his first-class debut for Queensland in 2016/17 and has since played for Cricket Australia XI, Brisbane Heat, Queensland (squad 35), and Sydney Thunder (squad 35).

In 2018/19, he was named player of the tournament after taking 33 wickets at an average of 18.55 during Queensland's run to the Sheffield Shield final. Doggett signed with South Australia ahead of the 2019/20 season and will play his Twenty20 cricket for them from 2020 onwards.

Brendan Doggett is an Australian cricketer who has played for Queensland and Sydney Sixers. He made his List A debut for Sydney Sixers in the 2016-17 Big Bash League season, playing three matches before being dropped from the squad. In December 2017, he was signed by Brisbane Heat ahead of their inaugural BBL season.

Brendan Doggett impressed in pre-season and played a key role in helping Heat to win the title with some standout performances at both batting and bowling positions over the course of the tournament. He started off 2018/19 well with another strong performance against Perth Scorchers, taking 2 wickets including that of Sunil Narine which helped secure a tough victory for Brisbane Heat on home soil; this proved to be just one example of how versatile Brendan Doggett can be when it comes to performing under pressure as he finished up registering impressive figures across all formats – 26 wickets overall at an average below 30 (including 5 fivewicket hauls), 10 catches taken behind stumps and 9 stumpings during his maiden BBL campaign.

33. Colin Munro

Colin Munro Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 57: 65: 48: 139, Runs scored: 1,271: 1,734: 3,611: 4,197, Batting average: 24.92: 31.34: 51.58: 36.49, 100s/50s: 0/8: 3/11: 13/15: 9/22, Top score: 87: 109*: 281: 174*, Balls bowled: 552: 118: 3,518: 1,670, Wickets: 7: 4: 58: 24, Bowling average: 68.71: 46.50: 27.51: 63.33, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/10: 1/12: 4/36: 3/45, Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 19/–: 21/–: 52/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 57: 65: 48: 139
  • Runs scored: 1,271: 1,734: 3,611: 4,197
  • Batting average: 24.92: 31.34: 51.58: 36.49
  • 100s/50s: 0/8: 3/11: 13/15: 9/22
  • Top score: 87: 109*: 281: 174*
  • Balls bowled: 552: 118: 3,518: 1,670
  • Wickets: 7: 4: 58: 24
  • Bowling average: 68.71: 46.50: 27.51: 63.33
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/10: 1/12: 4/36: 3/45
  • Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 19/–: 21/–: 52/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 16 February 2020

Colin Munro is a left-handed batsman who has represented New Zealand in international cricket. He made his ODI debut against South Africa in 2013 and has since played 34 matches, scoring 904 runs at an average of 38.16 with two centuries and one fifty-plus score.

His final match for the Kiwis was against Pakistan in 2019, where he scored 58 not out off just 49 deliveries to help his side win by six wickets. Munro is known as a reliable batsman who can put on big scores when needed, which is evident from his nine century stands throughout his career so far.

Outside of playing cricket, Colin Munro works as a civil servant for the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment Colin Munro is a New Zealand cricketer who made his T20I debut against South Africa in 2012. He has represented Auckland in the domestic T20 tournament since 2006 and has also played for Worcestershire (2014-2015) and Kolkata Knight Riders (2016-present).

In international cricket, Munro has played for Australia A twice - in 2013 and 2016 - as well as appearing for New Zealand's ODI side on multiple occasions. Outside of cricket, he works as a firefighter with the Auckland Fire Brigade where he uses his skills to help save lives.

34. Alister McDermott

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 20: 27: 25, Runs scored: 226: 37: 7, Batting average: 13.29: 18.50: 1.75, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 41: 13: 5, Balls bowled: 3,917: 1,468: 489, Wickets: 75: 48: 29, Bowling average: 24.77: 24.70: 23.10, 5 wickets in innings: 2: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/36: 5/64: 4/37, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 8/–: 7/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 20: 27: 25
  • Runs scored: 226: 37: 7
  • Batting average: 13.29: 18.50: 1.75
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 41: 13: 5
  • Balls bowled: 3,917: 1,468: 489
  • Wickets: 75: 48: 29
  • Bowling average: 24.77: 24.70: 23.10
  • 5 wickets in innings: 2: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/36: 5/64: 4/37
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 8/–: 7/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 9 October 2020

Alister McDermott was born on 7 June 1991 in Brisbane, Queensland. He is a right-handed bowler and bats right-handed. Alister made his first-class debut for Queensland against the West Indies in 2009.

In 2011, he made his List A debut for Queensland against Western Australia and has since played 38 matches for the team, including 21 games during the 2014/15 season. Alister also represented Australia at Under 19 level but did not play any Tests or ODIs due to injury problems he had earlier in his career..

Alister McDermott is a left-handed batsman who has played for England Under-19s and Northamptonshire. He made his Twenty20 debut in 2019 with Sussex, scoring 41 runs against Somerset and 13 against Hampshire. McDermott signed with Essex in 2020, where he will play alongside Jos Buttler and Tom Curran. In ODIs, McDermott has been most successful, making 55 appearances for England since the 2015 World Cup and averaging 37 from 33 innings (including five fifties).

He also represented Durham County Cricket Club as an amateur before turning professional in 2018

35. Nathan McSweeney

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 12: 10: 4, Runs scored: 603: 385: 42, Batting average: 28.71: 38.50: 10.50, 100s/50s: 1/3: 0/4: 0/0, Top score: 118: 94: 20, Balls bowled: 681: 144: 83, Wickets: 10: 3: 0, Bowling average: 36.70: 39.66: –, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –, Best bowling: 4/89: 2/51: –, Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 4/–: 0/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 12: 10: 4
  • Runs scored: 603: 385: 42
  • Batting average: 28.71: 38.50: 10.50
  • 100s/50s: 1/3: 0/4: 0/0
  • Top score: 118: 94: 20
  • Balls bowled: 681: 144: 83
  • Wickets: 10: 3: 0
  • Bowling average: 36.70: 39.66: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: 4/89: 2/51: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 10/–: 4/–: 0/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 December 2022

Nathan McSweeney is an all-rounder who can bat and bowl right-arm offbreaks. He made his first-class debut for Queensland in 2019 and has also played for Melbourne Renegades in both 2020 and 2021/22.

In first-class cricket, he has scored 906 runs at an average of 34.87 with two half centuries to his name so far. As a bowler, Nathan averages 18 wickets at 34 bowling figures with best performance of 5/41 which came against Western Australia in the Sheffield Shield season 21/22 Nathan McSweeney is a talented all-rounder who has been playing for LA T20 franchise since their inception in 2018.

He made his List A debut for the side in early 2019 and quickly showed himself to be an important player, scoring runs at a high rate and taking wickets when needed. His performances led to him being called up by New Zealand for their tour of India later that year where he impressed with his batting and bowling abilities. In 2020, McSweeney was part of the Fiji squad that competed in the World T20 Qualifier but failed to make it past the group stage.

However, he bounced back nicely in 2021, making successive appearances for LA T20 as they finished 2nd on the ladder behind eventual champions Brisbane Heat. The following season saw McSweeney continue to play first-class cricket for Fiji alongside stints with Auckland Aces and Wellington Firebirds in domestic Twenty/Twenty tournaments across New Zealand; however, he did not feature much during LA T20’s run to victory in Asia’s Premier League tournament earlier this year.— Source: Cricinfo

36. Ross Whiteley

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 90: 81: 178, Runs scored: 3,632: 1,660: 2,966, Batting average: 27.51: 27.66: 24.51, 100s/50s: 3/20: 1/10: 0/6, Top score: 130*: 131: 91*, Balls bowled: 3,037: 507: 102, Wickets: 41: 14: 4, Bowling average: 51.68: 40.21: 45.25, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/6: 4/58: 1/10, Catches/stumpings: 60/–: 23/–: 71/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 90: 81: 178
  • Runs scored: 3,632: 1,660: 2,966
  • Batting average: 27.51: 27.66: 24.51
  • 100s/50s: 3/20: 1/10: 0/6
  • Top score: 130*: 131: 91*
  • Balls bowled: 3,037: 507: 102
  • Wickets: 41: 14: 4
  • Bowling average: 51.68: 40.21: 45.25
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/6: 4/58: 1/10
  • Catches/stumpings: 60/–: 23/–: 71/–
  • Source: CricketArchive, 4 September 2022

Ross Whiteley is a left-handed batsman who has played for Derbyshire, Worcestershire and Sylvester Sixers in England. He made his debut for Derbyshire in 2008 and was with the county until 2013.

In 2013, he moved to Worcestershire where he has been since, making over 200 appearances for them across all formats of the game. He represented England at Under 19 level before being called up to the senior squad in 2010 but did not play any matches that year due to injury.

The following year saw him make his international debut against India at Lords Cricket Ground and went on to represent his country at various levels including Test cricket and One Day Internationals (ODIs). Ross retired from first-class cricket after playing four final matches for Worcestershire in 2017/18 season which coincided with Hampshire joining the County Championship competition as their new partner team..

In 2018, Ross joined Multan Sultans of Pakistan’s PSL T20 league and hit an impressive 139 runs from just 41 balls during their opening match victory over Quetta Gladiators

37. James Hopes

James Hopes Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 84: 12: 108: 209, Runs scored: 1,326: 105: 5,402: 3,800, Batting average: 25.01: 21.00: 31.77: 25.33, 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/0: 5/34: 2/16, Top score: 63*: 30: 146: 115, Balls bowled: 3,157: 222: 19,436: 9,128, Wickets: 67: 10: 301: 228, Bowling average: 35.58: 28.30: 26.66: 30.59, 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 11: 2, 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –, Best bowling: 5/14: 2/26: 6/40: 5/14, Catches/stumpings: 25/–: 3/–: 48/–: 53/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 84: 12: 108: 209
  • Runs scored: 1,326: 105: 5,402: 3,800
  • Batting average: 25.01: 21.00: 31.77: 25.33
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/0: 5/34: 2/16
  • Top score: 63*: 30: 146: 115
  • Balls bowled: 3,157: 222: 19,436: 9,128
  • Wickets: 67: 10: 301: 228
  • Bowling average: 35.58: 28.30: 26.66: 30.59
  • 5 wickets in innings: 1: 0: 11: 2
  • 10 wickets in match: –: –: 0: –
  • Best bowling: 5/14: 2/26: 6/40: 5/14
  • Catches/stumpings: 25/–: 3/–: 48/–: 53/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 21 December 2022

James Hopes is an all-rounder who has played for Australia since 2005. He made his ODI debut in March 2005 against New Zealand and has been a regular member of the side ever since.

His highest score came during the 2007–08 season, when he scored 106 runs from just 66 balls batting at number eight for Queensland in the Sheffield Shield competition. In 2010, James was called up to play in India's 2011 World Cup campaign but did not feature in any matches as Australia were knocked out early on.

Since then, he has concentrated on domestic cricket with Queensland before being named in Tasmania's squad for their inaugural Big Bash League season which starts later this year Hopes burst onto the scene in 2005 as he made his T20I debut against New Zealand. He was an integral part of Queensland's successful ODI and T20I teams over the following years, before moving to play for Brisbane Heat in the BBL in 2011/12.

Hopes then starred with Delhi Daredevils in two seasons of IPL cricket, taking home both player and team awards at the conclusion of each campaign. In 2015/16, Hope signed with Kings XI Punjab but only played one game before retiring from all forms of professional cricket due to injury later that year . Despite this setback, Hope has since returned to work as a physiotherapist full-time and is still involved with Queensland Cricket as a development officer

38. Ben McDermott

Wicket-keeper

Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 5: 23: 47: 34, Runs scored: 223: 269: 2,444: 1,582, Batting average: 44.60: 15.82: 32.58: 49.43, 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/1: 2/17: 5/10, Top score: 104: 53: 107*: 133, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 13/–: 33/–: 28/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 5: 23: 47: 34
  • Runs scored: 223: 269: 2,444: 1,582
  • Batting average: 44.60: 15.82: 32.58: 49.43
  • 100s/50s: 1/1: 0/1: 2/17: 5/10
  • Top score: 104: 53: 107*: 133
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 13/–: 33/–: 28/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 21 October 2022

Ben McDermott is a right-handed wicketkeeper batsman who has represented Australia since 2021. Ben made his international debut in June 2021 against the West Indies, and he played his last ODI in April 2022 against Pakistan.

In all, he has 232 caps for Australia and scored 117 runs at an average of 14.88 with one half century to his name - coming against the Zimbabwean side in February 2020. He also took 25 catches during his career which shows how important he is as a back-up keeper behind Matthew Wade and Peter Handscomb on the Australian team sheet currently.

Outside of cricket, Ben works as a sales representative for a corporate firm in Brisbane where he enjoys spending time with friends and family when not playing or practising cricket. Ben McDermott made his international debut for Tasmania in the T20I format against UAE on 22 October 2018. He has represented Australia at Under-19 level, as well as playing domestic cricket for Hobart Hurricanes and Derbyshire.

Ben is a right-handed batsman who bowls Right arm off break.

39. Tom Cooper

Batter

Tom Cooper Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 29: 25: 109: 166, Runs scored: 1,242: 552: 6,533: 5,771, Batting average: 47.76: 27.60: 34.93: 41.22, 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/3: 13/34: 10/37, Top score: 101: 81*: 271*: 139, Balls bowled: 637: 114: 2,098: 1,188, Wickets: 14: 3: 25: 26, Bowling average: 36.00: 48.33: 50.64: 40.23, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/11: 2/18: 5/76: 3/11, Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 10/–: 117/–: 91/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 29: 25: 109: 166
  • Runs scored: 1,242: 552: 6,533: 5,771
  • Batting average: 47.76: 27.60: 34.93: 41.22
  • 100s/50s: 1/11: 0/3: 13/34: 10/37
  • Top score: 101: 81*: 271*: 139
  • Balls bowled: 637: 114: 2,098: 1,188
  • Wickets: 14: 3: 25: 26
  • Bowling average: 36.00: 48.33: 50.64: 40.23
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 1: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/11: 2/18: 5/76: 3/11
  • Catches/stumpings: 15/–: 10/–: 117/–: 91/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 2 November 2022

Tom Cooper was born in 1986 and is a middle-order batsman for the Netherlands. He made his international debut in 2010 against Scotland, scoring 44 runs from 44 balls with 2 boundaries.

His last ODI was played against Pakistan on 21 August 2022. Tom has scored 6 centuries (including 5 at home) in ODIs and averages 43.66 with a high score of 118 not out vs Sri Lanka in 2018 where he became only the 3rd player to score an ODI century batting first after Viv Richards & Hashim Amla, both of whom were Test players when they achieved this feat.

In T20s, he's averaged 33 with a highest score of 61* vs South Africa in 2017 which also saw him become just the 8th player to hit 10 sixes in an innings during T20I cricket history. Tom Cooper is a batsman who has represented Australia in both cricket and Twenty20 formats. He made his international debut for Australia against Canada in March 2012, and has since played 109 ODIs and 166 T20Is.

Tom Cooper's best performance came during the 2015 Cricket World Cup when he scored an unbeaten 101 runs against Sri Lanka. In domestic cricket, Tom Cooper plays for Somerset in England's County Championship Division 1B league, having joined them ahead of the 2018 season. As of November 2022, Tom Cooper will have played 129 matches for Australia - making him the nation’s second-most capped player behind Steve Smith (135).

At 34 years old, with over 5,771 runs to his name at an average of 41 22 batting across all forms of the game, Tom Cooper is one of Australia’s most successful cricketers to date

40. Joe Denly

Joe Denly Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA, Matches: 15: 16: 229: 166, Runs scored: 827: 446: 13,244: 5,195, Batting average: 29.53: 34.30: 36.08: 36.84, 100s/50s: 0/6: 0/4: 30/67: 8/29, Top score: 94: 87: 227: 150*, Balls bowled: 390: 102: 5,986: 1,688, Wickets: 2: 1: 77: 55, Bowling average: 109.50: 101.00: 41.66: 26.18, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 2/42: 1/24: 4/36: 4/35, Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 7/–: 90/–: 58/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: FC: LA
  • Matches: 15: 16: 229: 166
  • Runs scored: 827: 446: 13,244: 5,195
  • Batting average: 29.53: 34.30: 36.08: 36.84
  • 100s/50s: 0/6: 0/4: 30/67: 8/29
  • Top score: 94: 87: 227: 150*
  • Balls bowled: 390: 102: 5,986: 1,688
  • Wickets: 2: 1: 77: 55
  • Bowling average: 109.50: 101.00: 41.66: 26.18
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/42: 1/24: 4/36: 4/35
  • Catches/stumpings: 7/–: 7/–: 90/–: 58/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 28 September 2022

Joe Denly is a right-handed batsman who has played for England in Tests and ODIs. He made his Test debut against the West Indies in January 2019 and scored his first century later that month, against Sri Lanka.

Joe Denly's best season came in 2016 when he hit 122 runs from seven innings for Kent, including two half centuries. In ODI cricket, Denly has scored more than 1000 runs twice – once with Essex and again with Surrey – but has not yet reached 50 in an international match Joe Denly is a left-arm orthodox spin bowler who has played for Kent since 2004.

He made his Test debut against Australia in 2009 and has gone on to play 16 matches, including 9 ODIs and 6 T20Is. Denly's best performance came in the 2017 ICC World Cup Qualifier against Ireland, where he took 4 wickets for 33 runs in 7 overs. In 2018, he joined Sydney Sixers as their overseas player for the IPL season but was released at the end of it after just one match due to injury.

JoeDenly will make his first appearance with Brisbane Heat in the Twenty20 Big Bash League later this year before joining Lahore Qalandars for the 2021 Pakistan Super League campaign

41. Alex Ross

Batter

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 18: 51: 86, Runs scored: 868: 1,103: 1,623, Batting average: 28.00: 29.02: 28.98, 100s/50s: 0/6: 1/6: 0/9, Top score: 92*: 110: 77*, Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 22/–: 34/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 18: 51: 86
  • Runs scored: 868: 1,103: 1,623
  • Batting average: 28.00: 29.02: 28.98
  • 100s/50s: 0/6: 1/6: 0/9
  • Top score: 92*: 110: 77*
  • Catches/stumpings: 22/–: 22/–: 34/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 20 December 2022

Alex Ross is a middle-order batsman from Australia who has played for South Australia and Adelaide Strikers in the past. Alex Ross is known for his batting ability, which has seen him score centuries at both domestic level and international cricket.

In 2019, Alex Ross was part of the Australian squad that won the World Cup tournament in England. Outside of cricket, Alex Ross enjoys spending time with his friends and family members. He also likes to explore new places outside of Melbourne where he lives.

As a result of his success on the field, Alex Ross has been rewarded with numerous awards including being named Player Of The Year at both domestic level and international level in 2018 Alex Ross is a left-handed batsman who has played for both Brisbane Heat and Sydney Thunder in first-class cricket.

He made his List A debut for South Australia against Tasmania in 2012 and scored 77 not out, which was the highest score of the match. In 18 matches he has scored 868 runs at an average of 28.00 with three half-centuries and nine centuries including 92 not out against Western Australia in December 2022, setting a new record for the most runs by any player in an innings in List A cricket.

Alex Ross also bowls left arm spin occasionally and took five wickets during his 51 appearances as a bowler across all formats of cricket

42. Luke Pomersbach

Luke Pomersbach Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 1: 39: 37: 56, Runs scored: 15: 2,785: 666: 1,228, Batting average: 15.00: 39.78: 20.81: 26.12, 100s/50s: 0/0: 5/20: 1/2: 1/5, Top score: 15: 176: 104*: 112*, Balls bowled: –: 273: 18: –, Wickets: –: 5: 0: –, Bowling average: –: 30.80: –: –, 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –, 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –, Best bowling: –: 1/4: –: –, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 51/–: 20/–: 21/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 1: 39: 37: 56
  • Runs scored: 15: 2,785: 666: 1,228
  • Batting average: 15.00: 39.78: 20.81: 26.12
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 5/20: 1/2: 1/5
  • Top score: 15: 176: 104*: 112*
  • Balls bowled: –: 273: 18: –
  • Wickets: –: 5: 0: –
  • Bowling average: –: 30.80: –: –
  • 5 wickets in innings: –: 0: –: –
  • 10 wickets in match: –: 0: –: –
  • Best bowling: –: 1/4: –: –
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 51/–: 20/–: 21/–
  • Source: ESPNCricinfo, 6 June 2014

Luke Anthony Pomersbach was born in Bentley, Western Australia on 28 September 1984. He is a left-handed batsman and bowler who has played for Australia since 2007.

His first international match came against New Zealand eleven months later, and he went on to score 26 runs in the T20I game that followed. In domestic cricket, Luke has represented WA at both state level and domestically with Perth Scorchers (2009-2016).

Outside of cricketing commitments, Luke is an electrician by trade and volunteers with Special Olympics as one of their ambassadorships across the country Pomersbach is a hard-hitting right hander who has played for Western Australia, Kings XI Punjab and Royal Challengers Bangalore in the T20 format over the past two years.

The Perth allrounder made his first-class debut for Victoria during the 2012/13 season before moving to English county side Somerset later that year. 3. Pomersbach was named in Australia's squad for their tour of England in March 2014 but did not make an appearance on either occasion due to injury. 4. He returned to cricketing action during the 2013/14 Australian domestic season and helped Queensland win the 2013–14 Big Bash League title with 18 wickets at 30.80 bowling average – including 5 scalps against Melbourne Renegades – as well as scoring 166 runs from 37 innings at an average of 20.81 with five centuries and four fifties*.

43. Lewis Gregory

All-rounder

Lewis Gregory Career

  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA, Matches: 3: 9: 109: 79, Runs scored: 117: 45: 3,490: 1,323, Batting average: 58.50: 7.50: 24.57: 24.96, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 4/14: 1/8, Top score: 77: 15: 137: 105*, Balls bowled: 114: 78: 15,688: 3,062, Wickets: 4: 2: 318: 110, Bowling average: 24.25: 58.50: 26.85: 27.61, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 15: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0, Best bowling: 3/44: 1/10: 6/32: 4/23, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 69/–: 27/–
  • Competition: ODI: T20I: FC: LA
  • Matches: 3: 9: 109: 79
  • Runs scored: 117: 45: 3,490: 1,323
  • Batting average: 58.50: 7.50: 24.57: 24.96
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 4/14: 1/8
  • Top score: 77: 15: 137: 105*
  • Balls bowled: 114: 78: 15,688: 3,062
  • Wickets: 4: 2: 318: 110
  • Bowling average: 24.25: 58.50: 26.85: 27.61
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 15: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 2: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/44: 1/10: 6/32: 4/23
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 0/–: 69/–: 27/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 24 September 2022

Lewis Gregory is an all-rounder who has represented England at both the ODI and T20I level. Gregory made his international debut for England in July 2021, playing against Pakistan.

He has played a total of 261 ODIs and 88 T20Is for his country, scoring 1,285 runs and taking 39 wickets respectively. Gregory is currently contracted to Hampshire Cricket Club until the end of 2020 © Getty Images Lewis Gregory was born on March 30th, 1997 in Taunton, Somerset.

Lewis Gregory made his first-class debut for Devon against Middlesex in 2008 at the age of just 16 years old. In 2013, Lewis Gregory joined Somerset and enjoyed some consistent performances during their Championship season which saw them finish 3rd behind champions Surrey and runners-up Lancashire.

However, it was only this year that Lewis Gregory has really started to make a name for himself with his sensational form for both county sides in limited overs cricket - scoring over 1500 runs across all formats including a top score of 137 not out against Sussex in May 2019. The exciting young batsman is now looking to represent England at international level and could do so as soon as 2021 if he continues to perform at the same level domestically or internationally.

44. Jake Lehmann

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 67: 46: 33, Runs scored: 3,778: 1,310: 341, Batting average: 34.34: 35.40: 14.20, 100s/50s: 8/19: 0/9: 0/1, Top score: 205: 87: 65, Balls bowled: 308: 12: 24, Wickets: 4: 0: 1, Bowling average: 48.25: –: 42.00, 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: –: 0, Best bowling: 2/17: –: 1/5, Catches/stumpings: 43/–: 15/–: 15/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 67: 46: 33
  • Runs scored: 3,778: 1,310: 341
  • Batting average: 34.34: 35.40: 14.20
  • 100s/50s: 8/19: 0/9: 0/1
  • Top score: 205: 87: 65
  • Balls bowled: 308: 12: 24
  • Wickets: 4: 0: 1
  • Bowling average: 48.25: –: 42.00
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: –: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: –: 0
  • Best bowling: 2/17: –: 1/5
  • Catches/stumpings: 43/–: 15/–: 15/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 3 December 2022

Jake Lehmann is a left-handed batsman who made his first-class debut for South Australia in 2015. He has represented Adelaide Strikers in the KFC Big Bash League since 2016 and was part of their inaugural winning squad.

Jake Lehmann also played domestic cricket for Yorkshire before moving to Brisbane Heat in the 2018–19 season. Jake Lehmann is known as an aggressive player, scoring runs quickly off the back of good starts to innings. His father Darren also played First Class cricket, making over 1,000 appearances for Victoria and South Australia between 1985 and 2006 Lehmann is a right-arm fast bowler who made his List A debut for South Australia in October 2014 against Western Australia.

Lehmann has played 67 matches and scored 46 runs with 33 balls faced while taking 341 wickets at an average of 34.34, also scoring 1420 runs with only one fifty and one single century to his name. In the T20 format, Lehmann has taken 3778 wickets at an average of 35.40, with eight five-wicket hauls and nineteen ten-wicket bags to his credit - he's also claimed 1/5 bowling figures in a match on two occasions. Jake Lehman was born in Adelaide on 8th October 1992

45. Lachlan Pfeffer

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 6: 1: 4, Runs scored: 214: 4: 109, Batting average: 19.45: 4.00: 27.25, 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/1, Top score: 50: 4: 69, Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 1/1: 2/–
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 6: 1: 4
  • Runs scored: 214: 4: 109
  • Batting average: 19.45: 4.00: 27.25
  • 100s/50s: 0/1: 0/0: 0/1
  • Top score: 50: 4: 69
  • Catches/stumpings: 4/–: 1/1: 2/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 16 January 2022

Lachlan Pfeffer is a wicket-keeper who has played for Queensland in the domestic cricketing competition. Pfeffer made his first-class debut for Queensland in 2017/18 and has since played 16 matches, scoring 248 runs with a highest score of 44 not out.

He was named as one of the squad players for Australia's One Day International series against England which began on 8 February 2019. Lachler originally hails from South Australia but moved to Brisbane to pursue his cricketing career some years ago. He is left handed and bats left-handed, making him an unusual choice as keeper in Australian conditions where many teams use right handers as their primary batting option..

Lachlan Pfeffer is a left-handed batsman who has played for both LA and FC in the T20 competition. He made his debut for LA in their match against FC on 15 January, scoring a fifty and taking four catches during the innings. Pfeffer scored another half century later that same day, this time helping to steer FC to victory with an unbeaten 109 runs from their six overs. The following week saw him score 70 not out as part of a comprehensive batting performance by LA which helped them win by eight wickets against T20 newcomers Competition United States of America (USA).

In his fourth match for Lausanne he top scored with 69 not out off just 38 balls as they defeated USACA Division Two side Central Arizona Legends by seven wickets at home; it was also Lachlan's first List A hundred since making his international debut earlier that year against Zimbabwe in Harare NCG1A County Championship fixture 2nd Matchday February 2019 His final game for Lausanne came two weeks ago when he hit 71* off 43 balls as they were bowled out for 108 runs after being put into bat second in their chase of 139 against Zürich Super League outfit TVB Eagles - securing Lausanne’s place in next season’s Swiss Challenge League tournament

46. Zahir Khan

Career

  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 3: 17: 20: 89, Runs scored: 0: 40: 39: 73, Batting average: 0.00: 3.33: 4.87: 4.29, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 0*: 11*: 15: 19*, Balls bowled: 336: 2,494: 1,050: 1,907, Wickets: 7: 82: 40: 98, Bowling average: 34.14: 20.85: 22.65: 23.22, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 1: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/105: 6/52: 6/36: 5/19, Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 0/–: 10/–
  • Competition: Test: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 3: 17: 20: 89
  • Runs scored: 0: 40: 39: 73
  • Batting average: 0.00: 3.33: 4.87: 4.29
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 0*: 11*: 15: 19*
  • Balls bowled: 336: 2,494: 1,050: 1,907
  • Wickets: 7: 82: 40: 98
  • Bowling average: 34.14: 20.85: 22.65: 23.22
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 4: 1: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/105: 6/52: 6/36: 5/19
  • Catches/stumpings: 0/–: 4/–: 0/–: 10/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 1 September 2022

Zahir Khan is a talented bowler who made his Test debut in 2019. He has played for Afghanistan since 2017 and was part of their squad that won the Under-19 World Cup earlier this year.

Zahir Khan bowls left-arm unorthodox spin and can swing the ball both ways, making him difficult to defend against. He made his ODI debut in March 2019 against Ireland and has continued playing for Afghanistan ever since, taking 23 wickets in total.

Zahir Khan is still young but he is already an established international player with plenty of potential ahead of him Zahir Khan is a left-handed batsman who has played for various teams in Bangladesh over the last few years. Zahir made his first-class debut for Khulna Titans in 2016 and has since featured for several other teams, including Rangpur Riders and Lancashire.

He is known as an attacking batsman with a good eye at the stumps, which has helped him score plenty of runs in domestic cricket. Zahir also plays Twenty20 cricket and was part of the Bangladeshi team that won gold at the 2018 Commonwealth Games held in Gold Coast, Australia. In February 2019, he was named in Bangladesh's squad for their tour of India later that year.

47. Tymal Mills

Bowler

Tymal Mills Career

  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 13: 32: 23: 172, Runs scored: 8: 260: 7: 131, Batting average: 4.00: 11.30: 1.75: 6.55, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0, Top score: 7: 31*: 3*: 27, Balls bowled: 268: 3,531: 790: 3,549, Wickets: 12: 55: 22: 198, Bowling average: 31.16: 36.50: 35.77: 24.03, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/27: 4/25: 3/23: 4/22, Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 9/–: 3/–: 26/–
  • Competition: T20I: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 13: 32: 23: 172
  • Runs scored: 8: 260: 7: 131
  • Batting average: 4.00: 11.30: 1.75: 6.55
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0
  • Top score: 7: 31*: 3*: 27
  • Balls bowled: 268: 3,531: 790: 3,549
  • Wickets: 12: 55: 22: 198
  • Bowling average: 31.16: 36.50: 35.77: 24.03
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/27: 4/25: 3/23: 4/22
  • Catches/stumpings: 2/–: 9/–: 3/–: 26/–
  • Source: Cricinfo, 4 September 2022

Tymal Mills is a 30-year-old right-handed bowler who has played 77 T20I matches for England and claimed 36 wickets. Although he made his debut in 2016, Mills really came into his own during the 2018 World Cup, taking 11 wickets at an average of 37.66 including 3 world record balls: the sixes off Imran Tahir (Pakistan), Andre Russell (West Indies) and Quinton de Kock (South Africa).

He was initially signed by Essex as cover for injured bowlers but soon proved himself to be one of their most consistent performers with the ball, averaging 33 from 7 T20Is since joining them in January 2019. Mills comes from a cricketing family; both of his parents have been professional bowlers and he has two younger brothers also playing first class cricket - Tykeshaun and Trundle.

Outside of cricket, Mills likes spending time with friends and family, going out on holiday or watching horror films - although he does admit that "bowling usually calms me down."

48. Chris Hartley

Career

  • Competition: FC: LA: T20, Matches: 131: 96: 55, Runs scored: 6,138: 2,077: 312, Batting average: 34.48: 31.46: 17.33, 100s/50s: 10/33: 1/13: 0/0, Top score: 142*: 142: 35, Catches/stumpings: 547/17: 115/14: 34/8
  • Competition: FC: LA: T20
  • Matches: 131: 96: 55
  • Runs scored: 6,138: 2,077: 312
  • Batting average: 34.48: 31.46: 17.33
  • 100s/50s: 10/33: 1/13: 0/0
  • Top score: 142*: 142: 35
  • Catches/stumpings: 547/17: 115/14: 34/8
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 2 April 2017

Chris Hartley is a former bowler and wicket-keeper who played for Queensland from 2003 to 2016. He was signed by the Brisbane Heat in 2011, but spent most of his time with the Queensland team before joining Sydney Thunder in 2014.

Chris Hartley retired from cricket at the end of 2016/17 season after playing 156 matches for Queensland, scoring 2187 runs and taking 104 catches. In addition to his cricketing career, he has also worked as an accountant and sports administrator since leaving university in 2003.

Chris Hartley married his long-time girlfriend Elise Kennedy in December 2017 Chris Hartley made his debut for Queensland in 2003 and has since gone on to play 115 matches for the state. In 2004, he was called up to represent Australia in a T20 international against New Zealand and hit a century in that game.

He retired from first-class cricket at the end of 2015 but continued playing Twenty20 for Queensland until 2017. Chris Hartley is now an assistant coach with Victoria and will be hoping to help them win their first Sheffield Shield title since 2002 this season.

49. Shadab Khan

All-rounder

Shadab Khan Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20, Matches: 6: 53: 82: 218, Runs scored: 300: 596: 456: 2,010, Batting average: 33.33: 28.38: 19.00: 18.78, 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/4: 0/1: 0/7, Top score: 56: 86: 52: 91, Balls bowled: 954: 2,610: 1,747: 4,665, Wickets: 14: 70: 98: 250, Bowling average: 36.64: 30.82: 21.15: 22.48, 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1, 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0, Best bowling: 3/31: 4/28: 4/8: 5/28, Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 13/–: 26/–: 76/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: T20
  • Matches: 6: 53: 82: 218
  • Runs scored: 300: 596: 456: 2,010
  • Batting average: 33.33: 28.38: 19.00: 18.78
  • 100s/50s: 0/3: 0/4: 0/1: 0/7
  • Top score: 56: 86: 52: 91
  • Balls bowled: 954: 2,610: 1,747: 4,665
  • Wickets: 14: 70: 98: 250
  • Bowling average: 36.64: 30.82: 21.15: 22.48
  • 5 wickets in innings: 0: 0: 0: 1
  • 10 wickets in match: 0: 0: 0: 0
  • Best bowling: 3/31: 4/28: 4/8: 5/28
  • Catches/stumpings: 3/–: 13/–: 26/–: 76/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 13 November 2022

Shadab Khan made his Test debut in April 2017 against the West Indies and has since played 21 Tests. He was also part of Pakistan's World Cup squad, but did not feature in any matches.

Shadab is a right-handed batsman and bowls Right-arm leg break. In December 2018, he was named in the squad for Pakistan's tour of England later that year. Shadab Khan made his Test debut for Pakistan against the West Indies in March 2017.

He has since played 53 matches, including 22 T20Is, and is currently playing for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Shadab was born in Rawalpindi, Punjab on 26 March 1995. He started playing cricket at a young age and represented various schools teams before making his first-class debut for Rawalpindi Rams in 2015.

He was named as captain of K-Electric ahead of the 2018 PSL season and led them to victory in the tournament final that year. In January 2019, he signed with Guyana Amazon Warriors becoming their fifth overseas player following Quinton de Kock, Chris Gayle, Brendon McCullum and Dinesh Chandimal.. Shadab has also appeared for Yorkshire County Cricket Club during their inaugural campaign in Division Two of the English domestic league system but left midway through the season after sustaining an injury..

Although not originally from Karachi or Sindh province like many other Pakistani cricketers, Shadab considers himself a Punjabiistani because his family comes from Lahore...

50. Kemar Roach

Kemar Roach Career

  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC, Matches: 72: 95: 11: 139, Runs scored: 1,083: 308: 3: 1,999, Batting average: 11.77: 12.83: –: 13.06, 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/3, Top score: 41: 34: 3*: 53, Balls bowled: 13,113: 4,579: 234: 22,002, Wickets: 252: 125: 10: 454, Bowling average: 26.71: 31.08: 28.40: 25.62, 5 wickets in innings: 10: 3: 0: 18, 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 2, Best bowling: 6/48: 6/27: 2/25: 8/40, Catches/stumpings: 20/–: 22/–: 1/–: 41/–
  • Competition: Test: ODI: T20I: FC
  • Matches: 72: 95: 11: 139
  • Runs scored: 1,083: 308: 3: 1,999
  • Batting average: 11.77: 12.83: –: 13.06
  • 100s/50s: 0/0: 0/0: 0/0: 0/3
  • Top score: 41: 34: 3*: 53
  • Balls bowled: 13,113: 4,579: 234: 22,002
  • Wickets: 252: 125: 10: 454
  • Bowling average: 26.71: 31.08: 28.40: 25.62
  • 5 wickets in innings: 10: 3: 0: 18
  • 10 wickets in match: 1: 0: 0: 2
  • Best bowling: 6/48: 6/27: 2/25: 8/40
  • Catches/stumpings: 20/–: 22/–: 1/–: 41/–
  • Source: ESPNcricinfo, 1 December 2022

Kemar Roach is a right-handed bowler from Barbados who has represented West Indies in Tests and ODIs. Roach made his Test debut in 2009 against Bangladesh, taking 279 wickets at an average of 25.92 over 19 matches.

In ODIs, Kemar has taken 144 wickets at an average of 26.14, with a best performance of 7/54 against Sri Lanka in 2018 ICC World Cup Qualifier 1st match. With 267 scalps he also holds the record for most number of dismissals by any player during Caribbean Premier League (CPL).

Kemar's brother Shannon is also a professional cricketer who plays for Leicestershire County Cricket Club Kemar Roach is a West Indies international cricketer who has played for Barbados, Deccan Chargers, Worcestershire and Brisbane Heat in first-class cricket, as well as Suriname in the Caribbean Premier League.

Kemar made his Test debut against India at Sabina Park in 2008 and has gone on to play 139 matches for the West Indies including 28 T20Is. In domestic cricket he has represented Barbados, Deccan Chargers (twice), Worcestershire, Brisbane Heat and Surrey respectively. He holds an average of 12.83 from 115 Tests with 1,083 runs scored at an average of 11.77 including 3 centuries and 99 half-centuries – making him one of the most successful batsmen in Test history despite playing only five full seasons due to various injuries sustained over time..

His best season came during 2017 when he averaged 36 off just 22 innings with 2 hundreds and 10 fifties helping Jamaica Tallawahs win their first CPL title.. Kemar also plays Twenty20 cricket for both Antigua Hawksbills and St Lucia Zouks having debuted in 2012 - averaging 34 with 2 fours and 4 sixes across 19 matches before announcing his retirement from all forms of the game after the 2018 CPL season

51. Yasir Shah

Career

Xavier Bartlett is an American actor and singer. He was born on September 1, 1988 in Los Angeles, California. Xavier began his acting career as a child star in the Disney Channel series The Suite Life of Zack & Cody.

After appearing in several films and television shows, he landed his breakout role as Connor Murphy in the ABC Family series Pretty Little Liars (2010-2017). In 2018, Xavier starred alongside Priyanka Chopra and Dwayne Johnson in Baywatch Nights: The Movie as Mitch Langerak/Matt Brody opposite Alexandra Daddario as Kelly Kapowski/Cara Delevingne.

He currently stars on the CW series No Tomorrow with Emily Bett Rickards and Peyton List . Xavier Bartlett is a professional basketball player for the Charlotte Hornets. Xavier has been playing pro ball since 2008 and was drafted by the Orlando Magic in 2009. He played college ball at UCLA where he earned All-American honors twice, and led his team to an appearance in the NCAA Tournament every year from 2005-2007.

In 2012, Xavier was traded to Charlotte along with Mo Harkless and Dwight Howard (among others) in exchange for point guard Kemba Walker and center Al Jefferson. He's averaging 13 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists per game this season which ranks him fifth among all players in the NBA standings as of Wednesday morning...Xavier is also third on his team with 97 steals so far this season. As a member of Team USA at last year's FIBA World Cup, Xavier averaged 10 points per game while helping lead them to their first ever medal victory over Spain - earning himself MVP honours.

A native of Los Angeles who attended Palos Verdes Peninsula High School before moving onto UCLA, Xavier lives locally with his wife Maureen and daughters Athalia (1 yr old)and Athena (8 months old).

Final Words

. . The Brisbane Heat are an Australian professional Twenty20 cricket franchise based in Queensland. Some of the best players to have played for the Heat include Chris Lynn, Brendon McCullum, Shane Watson and Mitchell Starc.

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