Australia Cricketers in Hundred Cricket

Australia Cricketers in Hundred Cricket

First edition of the hundred cricket is already underway in England and like many other cricketing nations Australia Cricketers in Hundred Cricket also representing few teams. As Hundred Cricket Fixtures coincides with Australia tour of West Indies so not all top Australian Players in Hundred cricket can be seen.

List of Australia Players in Hundred Cricket

List of Australia players in 100 ball cricket is not very long as only 3 Players from Australia playing in The Hundred Cricket teams.

D’Arcy Short

Chris Lynn

Josh Inglis

Australia Cricketers in Hundred Cricket

Australia Cricketers in Hundred Cricket
Josh Inglis, D’Arcy Short and Chris Lynn to feature in 100 cricket

D’Arcy Short to play for Trent Rockets

Australian cricket D’Arcy Short who is still not cemented his place in Australian International side but he is already a global hit when it comes to franchise T20 leagues. 30 year old explosive Australian batsman and a handy left arm leg spin bowler has hit 2 T20 centuries.

He has been part of CPL, IPL and BBL teams where he leads to prominence by scoring quick runs at the top of the order.

Chris Lynn to play for Northern Super Chargers

Chris Lynn was not a new name when it comes to franchise cricket and has been a certain pick in various T20 leagues around the globe despite not able to perform up to his potential for Australia in international cricket.

A power house at top of the order Lynn has represented 2.8 teams in his career so far and it is mainly due to his heroics in T20 format

Josh Inglis to play for London Spirits

Josh Inglis is another Australian player in Hundred Cricket. Wicket Keeper batsman from Australia has been on fringes for Australian selection has played in England previously while representing Yorkshire 2nd Eleven.

Efficient glove man with ability to score quick runs in middle order makes him a handy pick for London Spirits. As he already maintaining career bating strike rate of 153 runs per 100 balls in t20 franchise cricket and hundred cricket  format is not much different.

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