Left-hand batsman Travis Head is one of the brightest batting talents in Australia.
Twice named Player of the Championship while representing South Australia at the Under 19 National Championships, Head is regarded as one of the most promising young batsman in Australia.
He was a stand out for the National Performance Squad during their 2014 one-day quad series against Australia A, South Africa A and India A, boasting an average of 43 including two half centuries and his first ever List A hundred.
Named as the West End Redbacks youngest ever captain earlier in the year, the 21-year old showcased his big hitting and ability to make quick runs by smashing 202 off just 120 balls to guide his side to a famous first match victory against Western Australia in the Matador Cup.
Featuring in nine matches last year, Head enjoyed a breakout summer, receiving man-of-the-match honours against the Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades.