Peter Handscomb tees off on his way to 103 at the MCG (photo: Davis Harrigan)
The 33,580 fans that flocked to the MCG on Wednesday night went to see a Stars win – but they got a lesson in “bird handling” as well.
As the Stars – with much of the thanks to Peter Handscomb, who scored a career-defining and magnificent, unbeaten 103 – powered to a three wicket win after an early struggle, the entertainment, for a time, was front and centre on a seagull.
Continue reading Quiney works seagull magic as Stars burst into life
Cameron White in action at ANZ Stadium (photo: Getty Images)
The resurgence of the former Victorian skipper – first at state, and now at national level – over the last two years has been nothing short of sensational.
His last two domestic one-day competitions (accumulated) have seen him pile on 741 runs at an average above 67. In the
Big Bash League (past two seasons), he has 385 runs at an average above 25. Continue reading Cricket: Cameron White is a no-brainer for the World Cup
Victorian Bushrangers coach Greg Shipperd (source: Google Images)
He has been the stalwart of the
Victorian Bushrangers since the tragic death of then coach David Hookes in 2004.
For almost ten years,
Greg Shipperd has overseen what is arguably one of the strongest lists ever seen in Australian domestic cricket. The Victorian presence in the Australian side has substantially lifted in the last decade. Continue reading Cricket: An interview with Greg Shipperd
Melbourne Stars (sourced from Google Images)
Dubbed ‘Melbourne’s favourite cricket team,’ the MCG will be swamped with green this summer as the Melbourne Stars vie for the BBL|02 title.
Making the finals last year by the skin of their teeth, and bowing out gracefully against the Perth Scorchers, the Stars have once again recruited a strong team, with the likes of Captain Shane Warne, David Hussey, and Sri Lankan icon Lasith Malinga.
As we approach the start of the tournament, three weeks from now, let’s take a look at some of the big name players that will don the green shirts this summer:
Continue reading Cricket: Under The Microscope: Melbourne Stars