Melbourne heads have further boosted their rate blood for the forthcoming Big Bash League (BBL) with the sign language of towering speedy Billy Stanlake from the Adelaide Strikers. The accord leave realise rate derby Daniel Worrall movement to the Strikers in counter.
Stanlake has played 39 BBL matches and taken 34 wicket gates in the competitor so far. The 25-year-old has been part of Australia’s ODI and T20I squads squads in recent years and is currently in the UAE with his Indian Premier League side Sunrisers Hyderabad.
“The Melbourne Stars have been a very successful golf-club for a farsighted meter in the BBL. While they have not lifted the prize yet, they have been a unplayful competition almost every time of year and I hope I give notice bring to having that last whole tone, ” Stanlake read.
“I ‘m searching forward to come acrossing up with the us later in the twelvemonth and get under one’s skinning stuck into what I ‘m trusted leave represent a slightly dissimilar political campaign to normal but it leave represent heavy to get under one’s skin underway.”
Stars head coach David Hussey said Stanlake will bring a different dimension to the bowling unit.
“It is never that overnice as a batter to have got the lump add upping down from that elevation at you and when Billy is up in the 140km geographical zone with a honest yorker and chucker-out, he is a very hard derby to postulate with, ” Hussey read.
“I’d also like to thank Dan Worrall for his commitment to the Stars over many seasons. He has been a good performer for the Stars, and we wish him well as he continues his BBL career at home in Adelaide.”
The tenth BBL edition is set to begin on December 3.