BBL Attendances 2016-17 | Big Bash League T20 Crowds 2016-2017 Season

Sydney Thunder

Thunder v Sixers 20 December, 2016 21,798
Thunder v Heat 28 December, 2016 20,234
Thunder v Stars 4 January 20,076
Thunder v Strikers 18 January 20,642

Sydney Thunder Total attendance 82,750
Sydney Thunder Average Attendance 82,750/4 = 20688.

Adelaide Strikers

Strikers v Heat 21 December, 2016 38,011
Strikers vs Sixers 31 December, 2016 45,471
Strikers vs Hurricanes 6 January 39,229
Strikers vs Renegades 16 January 42,388

Adelaide Strikers Total attendance 1,65,099

Adelaide Strikers Average attendance 41275

Melbourne Renegades

Renegades v Thunder 22 December, 2016 23,015
Renegades vs Perth Scorchers 29 December, 2016 26,112
Renegades vs Hurricanes 12 January 26,816
Renegades vs Stars 7 January 44,189

Melbourne Renegades Total attendance 1,20,132
Melbourne Renegades Average attendance 30,033

Sydney Sixers

Sixers v Hurricanes 23 December, 2016 21,002
Sixers v Scorchers 27 December, 2016 30,013
Sixers vs Renegades 9 January 30,702
Sixers vs Thunder 14 January 39,756

Sixers Total attendance 1,21,473

Sixers Average attendance 30,368

Perth Scorchers

Scorchers v Strikers 23 December, 2016 20,430
Scorchers vs Thunder 1 January, 20,220.
Scorchers vs Heat 5 January, 20,446.
Scorchers vs Stars 14 January 21,171

Scorchers vs Stars 24 January (SF) 19,977
Scorchers vs Sixers 28 January (F) 21,832

Scorchers Total Attendance 1,24,076
Scorchers Average Attendance 20,679

Hobart Hurricanes

Hurricanes v Stars 26 December,2016 18,079
Hurricanes v Strikers 2 January 16,815
Hurricanes vs Sydney Thunder 8 January 17,939
Hobart Hurricanes vs Scorchers 21 January 17,445

Hurricanes Total Attendance 70,278
Hurricanes Average Attendance 17,570

Brisbane Heat

Heat v Hurricanes 30 December 34,601
Heat v Sixers 3 January 32,371
Heat v Scorchers 11 January 34,677
Heat v Renegades 20 January 35,112

Heat v Sixers 25 January (SF) 35,116

Heat Total Attendance 1,71,877
Heat Average Attendance 34375

Melbourne Stars

Stars v Strikers 10 January 40,254
Stars v Heat 17 January 40,225
Stars v Renegades 1 January 71,162.
Stars v Sixers 21 January 46,671

Stars Total Attendance 1,98,312
Stars Average Attendance 49,578

Hattrick of Dropped Catches Video- South Africa vs Sri Lanka T20-2017- Paterson, Mosehle& Parnell

South Africa’s hattrick of dropped catches by Dane Paterson, Mangaliso Mosehle, & Wayne Parnell proved very costly as they lost the series in world T-20 against Sri lanka at Newlands, Capetown. The three catches were of consecutive deliveries. Continue reading “Hattrick of Dropped Catches Video- South Africa vs Sri Lanka T20-2017- Paterson, Mosehle& Parnell”

Lakshan Sandakan T-20 Debut against South Africa-2017

Lakshan Sandakan is the first Sri lankan Cricketer to claim a wicket with the opening delivery of his T20 career.(Mangaliso Mosehle was caught by Chandimal) He finished with figures of 4-23 against South Africa Continue reading “Lakshan Sandakan T-20 Debut against South Africa-2017”

AmitMishra and Parvez Rasool named in T-20 Series against England-2017

Amit Mishra and Parvez Rasool have been included in the T-20 squad against England starting from January 26 2017. The selectors have decided to rest Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja. Continue reading “AmitMishra and Parvez Rasool named in T-20 Series against England-2017”

List of Winners- Australian Cricketer of the Year 2017

David Warner won the Allan Border Medal. The other players to win are.
1. Meg Lanning-( Belinda Clark Award)&( Women’s Domestic Player Award)
2. Mitchell Starc.( Test Player of the year)
3. David Warner.(ODI Player of the Year)
4.Shane Watson.( T20I Player of the Year)
5.Cameron White.(Men’s Domestic Player Award)
6. Hilton Cartwright.( Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year)
7. Sophie Molineux.( Betty Wilson Young Cricketer of the Year) Continue reading “List of Winners- Australian Cricketer of the Year 2017”

Indian Squad for ODI & T-20 Series vs England 2017 Announced

Yuvraj Singh has been recalled for the One day and T-20 Squads for India’s upcoming series against England in January following his prolific run in Ranji Trophy. Virat Kohli has been named as skipper of both One day and T-20 after M.S.Dhoni decided to step down from the above post.

Rishab Pant the 19 year old and wicket keeper batsman received a maiden call up for the T-20 following his good performance in Ranji trophy though Dhoni has retained his place in both squads. Ajinkya Rahane has kept his spot in One day but failed to make a cut in T-20 as selectors opted for youngsters. Mandeep Singh has taken a place of Rahane in T-20.
Raina also makes a cut after missing the New Zealand one day series because of his illness. Dhawan and Rahane have been included for the side games to prove their fitness. Continue reading “Indian Squad for ODI & T-20 Series vs England 2017 Announced”