Where do the Renegades come from?
The Melbourne Renegades are an Australian professional men’s Twenty20 franchise cricket club based in Melbourne, the capital city of the Australian state of Victoria.
Who is the Renegades captain?
Nic MaddinsonMelbourne Renegades / CaptainNicolas James Maddinson is an Australian cricketer. He is a left-handed opening batsman who has represented Australia in both Test matches and Twenty20 Internationals. Wikipedia
Why the WBBL is better than the BBL?
In the WBBL, spectators and broadcast viewers are genuinely watching the world’s best virtually every game. When it comes to the BBL, CA has never been able to make that claim, due to the total absence of cricketers from the global powerhouse of India.
Which BBL team has the most fans?
Ranking of BBL Teams that added most fans during the month ending 15 Feb 2022.
Did Renegades win?
Melbourne Renegades won by 5 wickets.
Have the Renegades won a BBL?
Aaron Finch led the club to its first title when the Renegades beat the Melbourne Stars in the BBL|08 Final on February 17, 2019 in front of 40,816 fans at Marvel Stadium.
How much do big bash players get paid?
$42,000 is the basic salary cap of all the players of the team, but some rookie players get a lesser salary. However, some of the players get additional amounts due to their brilliant performances in the past.
What is the highest score BBL?
The highest score by any team in BBL is 223.8 scored by Hobart Hurricanes vs Melbourne Renegades on 12 January 2017. Playing first Melbourne Renegades scored 222/4 in 20 overs.
What do WBBL players get paid?
Cricket Australia (CA) has announced it is increasing the average retainer for players in the Women’s National Cricket League by 22 per cent from $33,409 to $40,829. Payments for players in the WBBL — which begins on Thursday — will have an average retainer increase of 14 per cent from $21,149 to $24,179.
Why DRS is not there in BBL?
Lack of certainty over movement of technology to Australian venues means no DRS for Big Bash and WBBL until next season. A plan for TV replays only was dropped because only three calls would have been changed in 2020-21 using that system. Full DRS will be introduced in time for the next summer of cricket.