Melbourne Renegades have marked on Will Sutherland as their new kid on the block player for the up and coming period of the Big Bash League to feature a stellar summer for the young person. While Sutherland joins Renegades, his 16-year-old sister, Annabel, who spoke to Renegades last season, will move to Melbourne Stars in the Women’s BBL.
The all-rounder, who chose to seek after cricket over AFL prior in the year, turned into Victoria’s most youthful ever List A debutant amid the JLT One-Day Cup competition in October. He likewise featured against New South Wales in his second amusement returning 4 for 11.
“I’m extremely eager to be going to play a part with the Renegades this season – it will be my first taste of the BBL as a player,” Sutherland said on Monday (December 4). “The chance to gain from any semblance of Aaron Finch, Brad Hodge, Dwayne Bravo and Brad Hogg is something I’m extremely anticipating.
“T20 cricket tests all aspects of your amusement so I’m amped up for working intimately with a portion of the best players on the planet to make progress with the Renegades and build up my own abilities en route,” included Sutherland, who is in Tasmania at show, captaining the Victoria Metro side in the Under-19 National Championships.
Sutherland is probably going to make Australia’s squad for the Under-19 World Cup in New Zealand that commences on January 13. In any case, establishment mentor Andrew McDonald said in spite of that, the youth could highlight in some BBL recreations notwithstanding the conflict.
“Will is an energizing prospect for us and we’ll give him each open door around his under 19 responsibilities regarding push for a spot in the beginning XI this season,” McDonald said. “There will be some solid rivalry for spots, yet Will gives an adaptable choice given his capacity with bat and ball.
“He’ll get a great deal out of being around the squad and he’s absolutely going to give some fervor to Renegades fans in the years to come,” he included.