Dan Christian hits Brisbane Heat’s only six of the match (photo: Davis Harrigan)
Just 161 runs total were scored at
Etihad Stadium on Monday night, where the bowlers dominated and only three sixes were hit across both innings.
Melbourne Renegades started in the best way possible; two wickets off the first two balls to have James Peirson and Joe Burns walking back to the bench for first ball ducks, thanks to James Pattinson. Continue reading Renegade brutality burns Heat in low-scoring, wicket-taking bonanza
Cameron White in action at ANZ Stadium (photo: Getty Images)
The resurgence of the former Victorian skipper – first at state, and now at national level – over the last two years has been nothing short of sensational.
His last two domestic one-day competitions (accumulated) have seen him pile on 741 runs at an average above 67. In the
Big Bash League (past two seasons), he has 385 runs at an average above 25. Continue reading Cricket: Cameron White is a no-brainer for the World Cup
Victorian Bushrangers players celebrate after a wicket in the Ryobi Cup (photo: cricket.com.au)
Australian cricket fans this season and they are well divided over the domestic structure. However, the much more condensed one day competition has its benefits as we get ever closer to the Cricket World Cup.
Playing all 36 games over the space of the month lets two things happen; there is a sole focus on red ball
cricket for the majority of the season, and this is a great advantage to those players looking for a spot in the test team. Continue reading Cricket: The Ryobi Cup: Current Rundown