Hobart Hurricanes is a 20-20 cricket team based in Tasmania, Australia, competing in the Australian Premier League. Many international stars play against one another in Australia's local Twenty20 cricket competition, known as the Big Bash League. This team of athletes represents the city of Hobart. Aside from a few games at the University of Tasmania Stadium in Launceston, the Hurricanes play most of their home games at Blundstone Arena in Hobart, Tasmania, which has served as their home arena since 1997. The Hobart Hurricanes Players are outfitted in a purple uniform.
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History of Hobart Hurricanes Wbbl
Allister de Winter was named the first coach of the Hobart Hurricanes, and Tim Paine was named their first captain. Hobart Hurricanes won the inaugural Big Bash League in 2011/12. The team scored 140 runs and bowled out Perth Scorchers for 109 runs. Rana Naved-ul-Hasan was the most successful bowler for the Hurricanes, with 15 wickets.
Ben Short and Matthew Wade had the best scoring partnership in Hurricanes' history. Ben McDermott became the first player to score back-to-back centuries in the BBL11. Dan Christian's bowling figures of 5/14 against the Thunder are the fifth-best in BBL history.
Owner of Hobart Hurricanes
Wilson Security, founded in 1980, is a multinational company that is 100 percent owned and run by an Australian family. They are the preferred sponsor of cricket balls for both the Hobart Hurricanes and Cricket Tasmania.
Past performance of Hobart Hurricanes
Key players and Hobart Hurricanes Last Match Scorecard
Likely predictions for Hobart Hurricanes in BBL 2022
The Thunder, headed by Chris Green, is in second place after accumulating 26 points from ten games. They are presently on the top of a five-match winning streak, as seen by their net run rate of 1.265.
Meanwhile, the Hurricanes, under the leadership of Peter Handscomb, sit smack dab in the heart of the point table with 20 points from 10 games. After losing their previous two matches in a row, the Hurricanes regained some momentum with an eight-wicket victory against the Brisbane Heat. Being victorious against the Thunder will not be an easy task.
They played the Sydney Sixers in their last regular-season game, which they won easily to round off the season. While losing seven wickets, the Strikers were able to restrict the Sixes to 161 for the loss of just three more in the last over. They were able to close the gap in the 18th over thanks to the contributions of their top-order hitters, culminating in an eight-wicket triumph for the visitors. It is believed that they will put forth a similar effort in the elimination game against the Hurricanes on Sunday.
The Strikers recorded a comfortable win against the Sixers in their most recent play, while the Hurricanes were humiliated by the Stars in their most recent contest. Because this is a life-or-death scenario, it will all come down to how successfully you control your fears throughout the elimination phase.
On Friday, it is believed that the Hobart Hurricanes would come out on top since their squad has a good blend of skill and experience. The batters for Hobart have been more consistent than those for Melbourne Stars, which may offer them a little edge in the game despite the fact that both sides are similarly matched overall. The Stars are a formidable club that has a number of talented players. They will not be an easy team to play against.
Hobart Hurricanes Previous Coaches and Captains
Matthew Scott Wade (born December 26, 1987) is an Australian cricketer who represents the Queensland Reds. He was born in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. All three forms of international cricket have seen the Australian national team captain represent his country as a wicketkeeper throughout his time with the national team. He presently represents the Hobart Hurricanes in domestic cricket, where he also serves as the team's captain. Former captain of the Hobart Hurricanes, Matthew Wade has a long history of leadership roles.
Wade was named as the limited-overs wicketkeeper for the Australian team's limited-overs innings during the 2011–12 tour of the West Indies. Wade was born in Melbourne, Australia. Wade, on the other hand, was selected to replace Brad Haddin, who had returned home before the Test matches owing to the sickness of his daughter, and Wade was selected to fill in for him. Wade made his Test debut Against the West Indies in Barbados on April 7. He went on to score his maiden Test century (106) in the third Test against the Windies.
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