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
We’re coming to the end of the first competition of the Australian domestic cricket season, and, after two seasons in operation, the applause has been evident.
While there are some pointed flaws, and sparse crowds, the TV audiences and quality of cricket that has been on show continues to grow. The decision to move the competition from Fox Sports across to free-to-air channel GEM last year paid dividends. Continue reading
Doug Bollinger in action during the 2013 Ryobi Cup (source: ESPN Cricinfo/Getty Images)
They both play for the same Big Bash League team, the Hobart Hurricanes. When it comes to the two longer forms of the domestic game, the left-arm and right-arm quick respectively are on opposing sides.
Enter New South Welshman Doug Bollinger, and Tasmanian Ben Laughlin. One steams in with sheer determination, the other bowls extremely well at the death of 20 over and 50 over matches.