Though Adelaide Strikers had a bittersweet time, the skipper individually produced his best ever BBL season. By bowling his heart out, Siddle not only topped all the wickets tally but also bagged a fifer. The pacer also won his first golden cap in the T20 league.
In terms of his stats, Tye played a total of 16 games scalping 25 wickets at an economy of 8.08. His strike rate of 12.60 was also the second-best amongst bowlers who played a minimum of 10 games. Surprisingly, the 35-year old also exhibited his batting skills by registering the best score of 44.
Even with his primary skill, the left-arm pacer scalped the second most wickets in BBL 11. From his 17 appearances, the 25-year old fetched 25 dismissals in total. Barring all of this, the pacer also exhibited the best strike rate of 12 (minimum 10 games).
Comprehensively, his 11 appearances helped the 23-year old scalp a total of 20 wickets. Even amongst all the BBL bowlers, Rashid’s economy was the best in business. In fact, with regards to fetching a fifer, Rashid was also one of the four individuals to attain in BBL 11.
In terms of his total performances, the 30-year old scored 347 runs from 8 games at an average of 57.83. With his exemplary strike rate of 142.80, Marsh thumped a total of 15 sixes and 26 fours. Even his match-winning hundred against the Hurricanes had come at a swift strike rate of 166.67.
Comprehensively from his 13 appearances, the 33-year old stacked a total of 468 runs at an average of 42.55. His electrifying strike rate of almost 160 was also the fourth-best (minimum 10 innings). Even his other knock of 103 against the Sixers had come at a rapid strike rate of 180.70.
In terms of his overall performances, the 34-year old played 16 games scoring 440 runs at an average of 36.67. His sensible strike rate of around 133 smoothly allowed him to fetch 36 fours in total. The veteran’s knock of unbeaten 76 also empowered Sixers to assemble their highest ever BBL total.
Comprehensively from his 15 appearances, the 31-year old scored a total of 444 runs at an average of 37. After the heroics of Ben McDermott, it was Short’s steadfastness in the middle-order that enabled Hurricanes to have a decent BBL. Barring his batting, Short also scalped 5 wickets and took 10 catches in the field.
But recently, the 22-year old had an unflinching time for his side. From his 12 games, Jason scored a total of 445 runs at an average of 49.44. His adequate strike rate of 132.05 also allowed him to hit 36 fours in total. Perhaps when skipper Chris Green was unavailable, Sangha had also impressively helmed the team.
With regards to his overall stats, the 26-year old played 16 games scoring 493 runs at an average of 32.87. His aggressive gameplay also licensed him to smash the second most sixes in the league (26). Performance-wise, his 48-ball 89 against the Hobart hurricanes was the biggest hallmark of his batting.
In terms of his performances, the 27-year old played 13 games scoring 577 runs at an average of 48.08. His impressive strike rate of 153.87 also empowered him to smash most sixes in the tournament (29). Even his two three-digit scores helped McDermott to attain his best ever BBL season to date.