Cricket Australia has today announced the men’s and women’s squads to represent Australia at the upcoming ICC World Twenty20 in India, with WBBL Adelaide Strikers Megan Schutt and Sarah Coyte set to feature on the world stage.
Strikers’ young gun Alex Ross has today been rewarded for a stand-out 2015/16 summer so far after being named the Bradman Young Cricket of the Year at Cricket Australia’s Allan Border Medal night.
It was a tournament characterised by solid team play and even contributions throughout, but which Striker will claim the MVP award for BBL|05? We have a look at some of the leading candidates below.
Adelaide Strikers trio Travis Head, Adil Rashid and Mahela Jayawardena have capped off exceptional individual seasons with top-four finishes in the KFC Big Bash League ‘Player of the Tournament’ award as voted by the umpires.
It’s been another incredible season for the Strikers on-and-off the field in BBL|05, having finished at the top of both the attendance and points tables for the second consecutive season, and booking a home semi-final against the only team to get the best of us this year – the Sydney Thunder.
A rollercoaster of a match against the Renegades saw the Strikers maintain their momentum headed into a big semi-final on Thursday. Here are five things we learned.