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SCO vs REN Fantasy Prediction: BBL 12, Match 52

Probuddha Bhattacharjee ∙ 21 Jan 2023

SCO vs REN Fantasy Prediction: BBL 12, Match 52

The fantasy tips and teams for the 52nd match of the BBL 12

BBL 12, Scorchers vs Renegades: Preview, Prediction and Fantasy Tips

Shivani Shukla ∙ 21 Jan 2023

BBL 12, Scorchers vs Renegades: Preview, Prediction and Fantasy Tips

Perth Scorchers will lock horns with Melbourne Renegades in the 52nd match of the Big Bash League (BBL) 2022-23 on Sunday at Perth Stadium.

Gilkes' 74* makes the clash lopsided against Renegades

Arjun Bhalla ∙ 19 Jan 2023

Gilkes' 74* makes the clash lopsided against Renegades

Matthew Gilkes batted at a whole different pitch as his 55-ball 74* helped Sydney Thunder beat Melbourne Renegades.

Sutherland holds his nerves to pull off stunning win for Renegades

Arjun Bhalla ∙ 14 Jan 2023

Sutherland holds his nerves to pull off stunning win for Renegades

If death bowling is an art, then Melbourne Renegades have shown mastery of that art tonight.

BBL 12: Clinical Scorchers come out on top against Renegades

Anurag Dasgupta ∙ 1 Jan 2023

BBL 12: Clinical Scorchers come out on top against Renegades

Chasing 156, opener Faf du Plessis laid the foundation with a quick-fire 39.

BBL 12: Back-to-back wins for Sixers against Renegades

Anurag Dasgupta ∙ 30 Dec 2022

BBL 12: Back-to-back wins for Sixers against Renegades

Finch was clearly not at his usual best as the former Australian skipper struggled for runs and hardly timed anything from the middle of the bat

Hobart Hurricanes register narrow 8-run win in low-scoring encounter

Shivani Shukla ∙ 24 Dec 2022

Hobart Hurricanes register narrow 8-run win in low-scoring encounter

Melbourne Renegades registered their first defeat of the season.

BBL 12: Will Sutherland extends his stay with Melbourne Renegades

Debashis Sarangi ∙ 7 Sep 2022

BBL 12: Will Sutherland extends his stay with Melbourne Renegades

Sutherland has been associated with the Renegades since four years, representing them in 29 games with distinction.

Steve Smith wins third Allan Border Medal of his career

Abhishek Singh ∙ 6 Feb 2021

Steve Smith wins third Allan Border Medal of his career

Former Australia captain Steve Smith was named as the recipient of this year’s Allan Border Medal in the annual Cricket Australia Award ceremony. This is the third time that Smith, 31, has been awarded the highest honours for a male cricketer in Australia. The ceremonies were not hosted with an in-person gathering, rather broadcasted all over the country through TV. Beth Mooney, the attacking Australian women’s team opener was awarded the Belinda Clark Award, the highest cricketing honour for a female Australian cricketer. This was the first-ever time that Mooney, the 27-year-old Queensland Women team member has received the highest Australian cricketing honours. "An award as prestigious and highly regarded as this, it doesn’t matter how you do it, it’s still a pretty surreal thing to have achieved and something I haven’t taken lightly," Mooney was quoted as saying to reporters after receiving the news of the award sitting at her Gold Coast home. Smith, though couldn’t believe that he would be awarded the highest honour, especially after the great performances from Marnus Labuschagne and Test vice-captain Pat Cummins. "It's a great thrill, plenty of hard work has gone into it (but) I didn't expect it; I thought Marnus (Labuschagne) or Pat Cummins were the front runners because they both had exceptional years,” he said. "I didn't feel I had the biggest Test summer, which normally holds the most votes. I'm just really honoured to have won my third AB Medal and hopefully, I can keep producing results for Australia," added Smith, who was also awarded the ODI Player of the Year Award. In other awards, Cummins claimed the Men’ Test player of the year award while Ashton Agar, who won Man of the Series in a T20I series against South Africa, in South Africa was awarded the Men’s T20I Player of the Year. While Beth Monney won the Female T20i player of the year Award Rachael Haynes was voted as the Female ODI cricketer of the year. In the domestic awards, Shaun Marsh who was the only one to score more than 1000 runs combined in two different formats of the game in a covid-19 curtailed season was awarded the Male Domestic Player of the Year award, the second time in a row. Elyse Villani was the Female Domestic Player of the Year, while Will Sutherland won the Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year. Apart from these awards, three cricketers were also inducted in the Hall of Fame including Johnny Mullagh, Merv Hughes and former Australian women all-rounder Lisa Sthalekar.

BBL: Australia’s young player of the year fined A$5000 for bio-bubble breach

Abhishek Singh ∙ 5 Feb 2021

BBL: Australia’s young player of the year fined A$5000 for bio-bubble breach

Will Sutherland of the Melbourne Renegades has been fined A$5000 for breaching the bio-bubble regulation so the ongoing Big bash League. Sutherland, who was recognised as the Australian Young Player of the Year by Cricket Australia awards just a day before, was charged with sanctions of playing golf and eating with people not part of the bio-bubble during the competition. Though Sutherland, 21 accepted the charges, he challenged the original sanction of a $10,000 fine with $4000 suspended in a court of commissioner Adrian Anderson and asked for a downgrade. His fine was subsequently downgraded to a $5000. This year’s BBL has done well to evade all challenges of the covid-19 and give the fans a safe and secure viewing as all the matches had crowd presence. Sutherland’ is the second fault by a bbl player after Heat skipper Chris Lynn and batsman Dan Lawrence were charged for clicking photo and shaking hands with a member of the audience early in the tournament. "The bio-security protocols have not only kept players, staff, officials and cricket fans safe but have also ensured it has been possible to travel across borders and take the BBL to seven different states and territories by reducing instances of close contact with COVID in the community," Alistair Dobson, the head of the Big Bash, said on the incident. The final of the BBL is to be played between Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground on 06th February.