BBL|11 Form Guide: Zampa & Marsh dominate, Maddinson Shield ton, Bancroft & Bryant hundreds

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


T20 World Cup

Mujeeb Ur Rahman ($208k BWL) returned from injury to play in Afghanistan’s final Super 12 game, managing 1-31 against New Zealand.

Mitch Marsh ($132k BAT/BWL) and Adam Zampa ($169k BWL) have starred for the Aussies in games against the West Indies and Bangladesh on Saturday and Thursday respectively. Marcus Stoinis ($163k BAT/BWL) has registered SC BBL scores of zero three games in a row, with a weakened role batting in the middle order and not bowling.

Mitch Marsh 0-16(3) &53(32), 16*(5) = 120, 16 (converted to SuperCoach BBL points)

Adam Zampa 1-20(4), 5-19(4) = 50, 143

Glenn Maxwell 0-6(1) & 0*(0), 1-6(2) & 0*(0) = 13, 26

Matthew Wade DNB, DNB = 10, 20

Aaron Finch 9(11), 40(20) = 9, 85

Marcus Stoinis DNB, DNB = 0, 0

Mohammad Nabi 14(20) & 0-26(4), 0-7(1) & 35(32) = 34, 47

Rashid Khan 3(7) & 1-27(4), 0-36(4) & 0(1) = 37, 4

Mujeeb Ur Rahman 0*(1) & 1-31(4), DNP = 33, DNP

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Sheffield Shield

Victoria hosted NSW this week at the MCG, with Renegades recruit Nic Maddinson ($115k BAT) making a century to boost his Australia A chances. Cheap Sixers bat Daniel Hughes ($78k BAT) made scores of 59 and 89*for the match. Another cheapie, Strikers bat, Matt Short ($62k BAT) blasted 90, while Scott Boland ($144k BWL) boosted his Australia A chances with eight wickets for the match, including a second innings 5fa.

State cricket

In WA, unsigned Sam Whiteman made an impressive century, while Scorchers bat Cameron Bancroft ($92k BAT/WKP) scored his third Premier Cricket hundred in a row. Perth fast bowler Andrew Tye took a 6fa.

In SA, Heat batsman Tom Cooper ($62k BAT) came close to a century, while Strikers opener Jake Weatherald ($133k BAT) made some quick second innings runs.

In Queensland, Max Bryant – still unsigned by the Heat – blasted 157 from 103 balls and Xavier Bartlett ($97k BWL) made runs but is still yet to return to bowling after injury. NSW Premier Cricket resumed with Thunder cheapie Ollie Davies ($74k BAT) out for 16 caught at cover.

WA Premier Cricket, 2-day games

Sam Whiteman 187*(255)

Cameron Bancroft 101(195)

Aaron Hardie 3(20)

Andrew Tye 6-35(18)

Hilton Cartwright 83(106)

Clint Hinchliffe 3-73(23)

Liam O’Connor 0*(14) & 0-4(4.2)

Jonathan Wells 0-8(1)

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SA Premier Cricket, 2-day games

Tom Cooper 98*(115)

Nathan McAndrew 43*(61)

Wes Agar 3-52(11.4)

Jake Weatherald 75*(58)

Alex Ross 34(58)

Daniel Worrall 3*(8)

Liam Scott 1-68(19)

Peter Hatzoglou 1, 32* & 1-39(4)

Jake Lehmann 68*(43)

Spencer Johnson 2-43(20)

Queensland Premier Cricket, 2-day games

Max Bryant 157(103)

Josh Kann 17(21)

Michael Neser 55(42) & 0-20(7)

Xavier Bartlett 63*(86)

Ben Cutting 3-60(14)

Cameron Boyce 46(35) & 0-16(3)

Connor Sully 2-37(15)

Sam Heazlett 1-40(19)

NSW Premier Cricket, 50-over games

Ollie Davies 16(33)

Chris Green 1-18(9) & 42*(62)

Steve O’Keefe 1-22(5)

Ben Dwarshuis 0-36(10) & 0(11)

Jono Cook 0-23(8)

Baxter Holt 64(78)

Josh Lalor 2(7) & 1-39(9.1)

Justin Avendano 69(44)

Arjun Nair 3-29(10) & 0(1)

Chris Tremain 9(18) & 3-42(8)

Hayden Kerr 14(22) & 1-48(10)

Nick Larkin 0(12)

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