Melbourne Renegades Has Announced Their Squad For BBL 10. Renegades Will Play First Match Against Perth Scorchers On 12 December At Blundstone Arena.
Michael Klinger Is Going To Coach Melbourne Renegades For Big Bash 10. Renegades Who Have Won The Title In 2018 Now Want To Repeat That Streak In BBL 10. For That They Have Made Huge Amount Of Changes In Squad. Renegades Has Added Noor Ahmad, Josh Lalor (Heat), James Pattinson (Heat), Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge (Heat), Rilee Rossouw, Imran Tahir And Released Dan Christian (Sixers), Tom Cooper (Strikers), Jack Wildermuth (Heat).
Rilee Rossouw Has Been Added To Squad For BBL 10. On Inclusion Of Himself In Melbourne Renegades Rilee Said “The Big Bash has been a high-quality competition for a long time now, so I’m very excited to get the opportunity to play in such a competitive league,” Rossouw said.
“I’ve enjoyed playing in Australian conditions before so I’m looking forward to heading over there and helping the Renegades have a successful season.
“Hopefully towards the back end of the tournament we can play in front of a home crowd in Melbourne because I’ve heard the Renegades have a very passionate supporter base and I’d love to experience that.”
He’s played 199 T20s around the world.
— Melbourne Renegades (@RenegadesBBL) November 11, 2020
Coach Michael Klinger Was Also Very Happy About His Overseas Players Batch He Said “Part of our strategy has been to target players who are going to be available for the majority of the season and we’ve been able to secure some genuine wicket-takers and now Rilee who is capable of winning a game off his own bat,” Renegades Coach Michael Klinger said.
“Rilee has been one of the most dominant batsmen in the world in the T20 game in recent seasons.
“He can bat in the top order but he can also bat in the middle and that’s probably where we’ll look to use him initially, where he’ll give us another left hander, plays the pace bowlers well and he’s a fantastic player of spin.
“He’ll combine well with our other batsmen and to have him available for the whole tournament is really exciting.”
Locals: Cameron Boyce, Zak Evans, Aaron Finch, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Sam Harper, Marcus Harris, Mackenzie Harvey, Jon Holland, Josh Lalor, Shaun Marsh, James Pattinson, Mitch Perry, Jack Prestwidge, Kane Richardson, Will Sutherland, Beau Webster
Overseas: Noor Ahmad, Mohammad Nabi, Rilee Rossouw, Imran Tahir