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The Hobart Hurricanes are an Australian professional men's T20 cricket team based in Tasmania, Australia. They compete in Australia's domestic T20 cricket competition known as The Big Bash League (BBC) Their team represents Hobart. The Hurricanes play their home matches at Blundstone Arena.

History:

2011-2012 season:

Hobart Hurricanes started their inaugural season with a bang, beating Perth Scorchers by 31 runs. Sydney Sixers, Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Thunder faced the same fate as Hurricanes won their first four games of the campaign. They lost two of the remaining three games but still managed to make it to the semifinal as the second-placed team. However, they lost to eventual winners Sydney Sixers in the semifinal.

2012-2013 season:

Following the semifinal finish in the inaugural season, the Hurricanes started the new season on a winning note, beating Brisbane Heat by eight wickets. However, things just did not go their way for the rest of the season. They managed to win three games in a row at one stage but missed out on the semifinal finish due to poor net run-rate. The Hurricanes finished the season at the sixth position.

2013-2014 season:

After missing out on the semifinal finish due to poor net run-rate in the previous season, the Hurricanes made it to finals this term for the same reason.  Their first game of the season did not yield any result before they won their second to start the season on a good note. However, they managed to win just 2 of their remaining six games but advanced to the semifinals ahead of Brisbane Heat and Melbourne Renegades. In the semifinal, they crushed Melbourne Stars by seven wickets to advance to their first final. However, their hopes of winning their first-ever BBL title was ended by Perth Scorchers in the final.

2014-2015 season:

The Hurricanes started the season with a thumping 52-run win over Melbourne Stars. However, it was not the precursor of how the rest of the season would unfold. They never managed to gain the momentum and ended the season at the fifth position after managing three wins from eight games.

2015-2016 season:

Hobart Hurricanes suffered a crushing 95-run loss to Sydney Sixers in their season-opener. However, they quickly bounced back and won the next three games. But they could not win any more game for the rest of the season and ended at seventh position with just 3 wins from 8 games.

2016-2017 season:

The new season did not change Hurricanes' fortunes as they failed to improve their seventh-spot finish in the last season. The Hobart-based franchise started the season on a promising note,  beating last season's finalists Sydney Sixers by 60 runs. However, things soon god pretty bad as they lost two games in a row. They eventually ended the season at the seventh position with just 3 wins in 8 games.

2017-2018 season:

The seventh season of the competition saw the teams playing ten games instead of eight like the previous seasons. Hobart Hurricanes began their season with two heavy defeats against Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder. However, they quickly bounced back and won the next five games to seal a spot in the semifinal. In the semifinal, they thrashed Perth Scorchers by 71 runs before losing to Adelaide Strikers in the final.

Here are some other details about the team:

Most runs:

 

Player Span Mat Inns NO Runs HS Ave
TD Paine 2012-2018 47 46 2 1198 91 27.22
GJ Bailey 2012-2018 43 39 10 1023 74* 35.27
JW Wells 2011-2017 45 39 10 885 72 30.51
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 30 0 814 96 27.13
DJM Short 2016-2018 19 19 1 770 122* 42.77
TR Birt 2011-2015 34 33 3 743 74 24.76
BR McDermott 2017-2018 15 15 3 480 114 40
OA Shah 2011-2014 22 21 8 472 69 36.3
DT Christian 2015-2018 28 26 6 469 58 23.45
Shoaib Malik 2013-2015 17 16 4 315 66* 26.25
AC Blizzard 2012-2014 14 13 3 308 78* 30.8
RT Ponting 2011-2013 8 8 1 253 63* 36.14
MS Wade 2017-2018 12 11 2 251 71 27.88
PA Jaques 2011-2012 8 8 1 234 73 33.42
AJ Doolan 2017-2018 8 8 1 186 70* 26.57
KC Sangakkara 2015-2017 13 13 1 173 43 14.41
MW Hill 2015-2016 5 5 0 169 64 33.8
EP Gulbis 2012-2015 19 14 2 136 22 11.33
DJG Sammy 2014-2016 11 10 5 123 38* 24.6
S Milenko 2016-2018 11 7 4 121 66* 40.33
CJ Boyce 2014-2018 41 17 6 89 24* 8.09
BW Hilfenhaus 2011-2015 22 14 9 86 38* 17.2
CA Rose 2015-2018 25 10 7 79 29* 26.33
BJ Webster 2017-2017 5 4 1 76 67* 25.33
TIF Triffitt 2011-2012 8 7 2 76 21 15.2
AD Hales 2014-2015 5 5 0 71 34 14.2
XJ Doherty 2011-2015 30 7 4 46 15* 15.33
CA Wakim 2018-2018 1 1 0 43 43 43
B Laughlin 2011-2014 30 10 2 41 10 5.12
JC Archer 2017-2018 12 6 5 40 25* 40
Naved-ul-Hasan 2011-2012 8 3 1 35 30* 17.5
NJ Reardon 2018-2018 3 1 0 32 32 32
RJG Lockyear 2011-2012 6 3 0 30 23 10
HP Kingston 2016-2017 4 3 1 29 17 14.5
MJ Johnston 2011-2012 5 4 2 28 13* 14
SB Styris 2012-2013 5 3 0 26 24 8.66
AD Mascarenhas 2014-2014 4 3 1 24 16 12
TT Bresnan 2015-2015 4 4 1 20 13 6.66
J Clark 2018-2018 1 1 0 19 19 19
BM Duckett 2018-2018 1 1 0 18 18 18
M Wright 2018-2018 1 1 0 14 14 14
SCJ Broad 2016-2017 8 2 1 14 11* 14
SW Willis 2018-2018 1 1 0 13 13 13
MG Hogan 2012-2013 8 4 2 13 5* 6.5
CP Jewell 2018-2018 1 1 0 12 12 12
NT Ellis 2018-2018 1 1 1 11 11* -
T van der Gugten 2014-2014 1 1 1 9 9* -
JK Reed 2015-2017 10 1 1 8 8* -
JJ Krejza 2011-2013 11 3 0 8 5 2.66
JM Mennie 2013-2015 8 3 0 7 4 2.33

 

Most wickets:

 

Player Span Mat Inns Overs Mdns Runs Wkts Econ
CJ Boyce 2014-2018 41 40 137.3 0 1143 43 1/7
B Laughlin 2011-2014 30 30 110.4 1 831 39 7.5
XJ Doherty 2011-2015 30 29 105 4 747 31 1/6
BW Hilfenhaus 2011-2015 22 22 84.3 3 641 26 1/6
DT Christian 2015-2018 28 24 71 0 590 22 1/7
DE Bollinger 2012-2014 23 23 82.5 3 654 21 1/6
JK Reed 2015-2017 10 10 31 0 277 16 1/7
JC Archer 2017-2018 12 12 46.2 1 369 16 1/6
Naved-ul-Hasan 2011-2012 8 8 31.5 0 255 15 1/7
SW Tait 2015-2017 12 12 43.2 0 401 14 1/8
CA Rose 2015-2018 25 25 72 0 559 14 1/6
Shoaib Malik 2013-2015 17 13 40 0 299 11 7.47
JJ Krejza 2011-2013 11 11 38 0 324 11 8.52
EP Gulbis 2012-2015 19 18 44 0 379 11 1/7
JM Mennie 2013-2015 8 8 23 2 198 9 1/7
SCJ Broad 2016-2017 8 8 29.3 0 243 8 8.23
TS Mills 2017-2018 10 10 40 0 389 8 9.72
SL Rainbird 2015-2017 7 7 23 0 194 6 8.43
S Milenko 2016-2018 11 6 12 0 135 5 1/10
AD Mascarenhas 2014-2014 4 4 16 0 147 5 9.18
DJM Short 2016-2018 19 13 24.2 0 221 5 1/8
MG Hogan 2012-2013 8 8 28 0 226 5 1/7
TT Bresnan 2015-2015 4 4 14 0 119 4 1/7
TS Rogers 2017-2018 4 4 15 0 140 4 1/8
HP Kingston 2016-2017 4 4 10 0 111 3 1/10
DJG Sammy 2014-2016 11 10 24 0 220 3 1/8
J Clark 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 33 2 8.25
RJG Lockyear 2011-2012 6 4 6 0 63 2 1/9
SB Styris 2012-2013 5 5 13.2 0 115 2 1/7
RT Ponting 2011-2013 8 2 2 0 23 1 1/10
NT Ellis 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 28 1 1/6
M Wright 2018-2018 1 1 3 0 28 1 1/8
RP Meredith 2018-2018 2 2 6 0 63 1 1/9
MJ Johnston 2011-2012 5 5 13 0 99 1 1/6
JW Wells 2011-2017 45 2 1.1 0 9 0 7.71
MA Higgs 2013-2013 1 1 2 0 20 0 10
J Botha 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 21 0 5.25
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 2 2 0 21 0 10.5
L Neil-Smith 2018-2018 1 1 1 0 22 0 22
AW Summers 2017-2017 1 1 3 0 31 0 10.33
T van der Gugten 2014-2014 1 1 3 0 32 0 10.66
JE Taylor 2018-2018 1 1 4 0 39 0 9.75
BJ Webster 2017-2017 5 2 6 0 48 0 8

 

Most dismissals as wicketkeeper:

 

Player Span Mat Inns Dismissals Ct Stumping
TD Paine 2012-2018 47 42 37 28 9
BR Dunk 2013-2016 31 7 6 6 0
MS Wade 2017-2018 12 10 5 5 0
TIF Triffitt 2011-2012 8 7 3 3 0
TR Birt 2011-2015 34 1 1 1 0
BM Duckett 2018-2018 1 1 0 0 0

 

Current squad:

 

Jofra Archer (OS)
George Bailey
Johan Botha
Alex Doolan
Jake Doran
James Faulkner
Caleb Jewell
Ben McDermott
Riley Meredith
Simon Milenko
Tymal Mills (OS)
David Moody
Tim Paine
Tom Rogers
Clive Rose
D’Arcy Short
Aaron Summers
Matthew Wade

 

*Stats and squad updated before the start of BBL 2018-19

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