BBL|11 Form Guide: Peirson, Kerr & Wildermuth centuries, Gilkes dominates final

Catch up on the latest form of BBL relevant players from across the globe, including international T20 leagues and domestic state competitions to help guide your SuperCoach selections.

Queensland 50-over Premier Cricket

Heat vice-captain Jimmy Peirson smashed a quickfire century while opening for Redlands, continuing his bright form. James Bazley was good with the ball as he aims for a Heat contract.

Heat all-rounder Jack Wildermuth crunched a hundred for Valley, including nine fours and three sixes, plus he took a key wicket. Sixers all-rounder Hayden Kerr smashed a century with 12 fours and three sixes and took three wickets for Gold Coast, while Joe Burns got a second ball duck and isn’t in good touch for Northern Suburbs.

Jimmy Peirson 121*(115)

James Bazley 3-24(10) & 3(5)

Marnus Labuschagne 2-60(10) & 13(12)

Simon Milenko 4-60(9.1) & 23(34)

Sam Heazlett 37(29)

Matt Willans 10*(7) & 2-38(9)

Mark Steketee 1-40(10) & 1(2)

Jack Wildermuth 1-37(10) & 102*(97)

Cameron Boyce 2-39(10) & 1(5)

Usman Khawaja 1(6)

Gurinder Sandhu 19(28) & 0-57(8.2)

Arjun Nair 2-42(10) & 71(100)

Connor Sully 2*(3) & 4-31(8.4)

Matt Renshaw 7(22) & 0-66(10)

Hayden Kerr 3-49(10) & 111(74)

Michael Neser 0-35(10) & 18(16)

Josh Kann 0-35(5) & 11(16)

Matt Kuhnemann 3-41(10)

Max Bryant 23(19)

Joe Burns 0(2)

NT Premier Grade Final

Thunder wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Gilkes capped off his stint in the Top End with a match-winning century in the red ball decider for Southern Districts. He’s scored three hundreds in his past six knocks.

Matthew Gilkes 126*(128)

Caribbean Premier League

Stars BBL|10 import Nicholas Pooran found some big-hitting form, including seven sixes, in a game-winning knock of 75* for the Guyana Amazon Warriors. Renegades’ BBL10 recruit Imad Wasim has been producing some handy cameos with both bat and ball for the Jamaica Tallawahs.

Imran Tahir, who signed with the Renegades prior to BBL|10 but pulled out late, took 2-0 with two maidens from his only two overs on Sunday too. Hurricanes number six Tim David is perfecting his middle-order role with the Saint Lucia Kings.

Nicholas Pooran 9(7), 75*(39), 25(21)

Imad Wasim 3-15(4), 0-25(3) & 7(6), 27(10) & 3-34(4), 1*(4) & 0-31(4)

Chris Green 2-19(4) & 31(20), 1-17(4) & 7(3), 2(1) & 0-15(1), 1*(2) & 1-19(4)

Carlos Brathwaite 0-9(1) & 15(15), 1-35(4) & 1(3), 2(3) & 2-13(3), 1(3) & 0-19(2)

Imran Tahir 2-0(2), 0-23(4), 1-32(4)

Andre Fletcher 31(28), 0(2), 30(13), 8(10)

Tim David 13(6), 34(23), 8(11), 47(42)

Keemo Paul 10(5), 22*(11), 1(3)

Colin Munro 9(15), 47(34), 41*(47)

Jason Holder DNB, 1-40(4) & 34(24), 0(3) & 0-9(3)

Fawad Ahmed 2-16(4), 2-14(3)

Others

Hurricanes import Sandeep Lamichhane is taking wickets for fun for Nepal in their 50-over series against Papua New Guinea, claiming 6-11 from 5.1 overs to take out Player of the Match honours for the second straight game.

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