Big Bash League is one of the top rated leagues in world cricket with cricketers from many parts of the world participate in BBL. Many South African Cricketers were part of this one of the best T20 league in the past but not this time as no South African Players in Big Bash League 2021-22.
South African Players in Big Bash League 2020-21
Last year 3 South African Players in Big Bash League 2020 representing two teams.
- Melbourne Renegades signed Imran Tahir and Rilee Rossouw
- Colin Ingram signs with Hobart Hurricanes
Colin Ingram signs with Hobart Hurricanes
Hobart Hurricanes signs Colin Ingram of South Africa for BBL 10th edition. Ingram has been a cricket traveler and currently playing in many T20 franchise cricket leagues around the world as his cricket for South Africa was almost over when he signed kolpak deal.
He is currently maintaining strike rate of close to 140 in 268 T20 games in his career punctuated with 04 centuries. His bowling is also handy.
Ingram previously represented Adelaide Strikers in BBL 07 & BBL 08 editions and opted not play in BBL 09 season.
Melbourne Renegades signed Imran Tahir and Rilee Rossouw
Melbourne Renegades signs Imran Tahir. 42 year old leg spinner hailed from Pakistan played franchise and state cricket around the globe and represented South Africa at international level.
Imran Tahir is closing in on 400 T20 wickets with 2 fivw wicket hauls while featuring almost all famous T20 leagues and that too with an economy rate of under 7 runs per over.
His presence will help Renegades in finding ascendancy in BBL 10 edition.
Rilee Rossouw signs for Melbourne Renegades which will be his first BBL assignment despite playing top cricket for almost a decade.
Rilee Rossouw will be available for entire Big Bash 2020 season as he is also in the list of South African cricketers who signed Kolpak deal at young age.
Rossouw has played 203 T20 matches and have strike rate of 135 with 2 centuries.