After Australian women national team skipper Meg Lanning has unavailable for the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) franchise Melbourne Stars, the outfit has announced slow-bowler Kristen Beams as the new captain for the third edition of the professional league. The 32-year Tasmania-born
Melbourne Stars, on Monday (September 4), secured the services of Big Bash League’s two-time leading run-scorer Ben Dunk for the next two seasons. The left-handed batsman plied his trade for Adelaide Strikers last year and ended the 2016-17 season as the highest run-getter
Australia all-rounder John Hastings has been named as the new captain of Melbourne Stars for the upcoming Big Bash League (BBL) season. The Stars are without their last season’s captain David Hussey as the veteran all-rounder decided to retire from the game.
World’s number one batter Meg Lanning has declined to extend her contract with the Melbourne Stars in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). Meg Lanning was already ruled out as she underwent a shoulder injury. She will not take part in any
Former Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson ran riot as his 3 for three from four overs helped Perth Scorchers to thrash Melbourne Stars by 7 wickets in the first semi-final. Playing his first BBL semi-final, the 35-year old began the carnage from the
Two-time BBL champions Perth Scorchers qualified for BBL 06 semi-finals with a clinical seven-wicket victory over Hobart Hurricanes. Needing 135 to win the match, the Perth Based-outfit romped to victory in the 14th over. The Scorchers began their chase poorly as Sam Whiteman
Brisbane Heat thrashed Melbourne Stars by seven wickets in the top of the table clash to secure their passage to the semi-finals. With their inspirational skipper Brendon MeCullum and highest-scorer Chris Lynn absent for the important clash, Heat needed to start well
Riding on Fawad Ahmed and Carlos Brathwaite’s brilliant bowling performance, Sydney Thunder thrashed city rivals Sydney Sixers by eight wickets to keep their hopes of qualifying for the final. Batting first, the Sixers were 52 for 2 in the ninth over before a dramatic
Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Eoin Morgan, Sydney Thunder captain, who scored an unbeaten 71 off 50, led his side from the front in a dramatic last-ball finish to seal a thriller against Melbourne Stars by six wickets in the Big
Playing for Brisbane Heat in the Women’s Big Bash League match against Melbourne Stars on Tuesday, West Indies all-rounder Deandra Dottin collided with her team-mate Laura Harris on the boundary line and suffered concussion and was later taken to hospital for treatment.