Jemma Barsby was expecting a lot of chat when she joined the Big Bash Club on Saturday. Jemma is a Perth Scorchers Recruit. For the Scorchers, she is preparing herself for a lot of banter. Barsby has to play against the Brisbane Heat with her teammates on Saturday.
Barsby is the daughter of Trevor, and Trevor was a player in Queensland. She had played in Rebel Women’s big bash league in season four in Heat club.
To play with teammates, Jemma had not to wait along. There are still many players who are playing one-sided for Queensland.
Nearly time to do it all again!
— Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (@WBBL) October 24, 2019
Barsby said, “It was a long time, and I can’t wait to come in a team for play Perth Scorchers. It is nice to come back and play with your teammates. She is right arm spinner bowler. She has a lot of ability to throw the ball brilliantly.”
The game will be exciting, and I am expecting to play well with the other members of the club.
It will be a great test because everyone knows I do ball and bat. It will be a challenging match.
Jemma is just 24 years old, and she said her decision to play with Perth Scorchers is because i want to explore myself with new experiences. It was also the best experience in big bash league season 1st to play with the Heat.
— Brisbane Heat (@HeatBBL) October 26, 2019
Furthermore, she added, “I am living in Queensland for man than nine years. It will be a nice change to explore the west and make a new setup, and it will help more in developing my skills there.” For me to play in a big bash league season, five is a new opportunity.
Heat club has already signed with a new spinner Amelia Kerr. She just made a new debut in this season from the New Zealand team. In her debut match, she took three wickets against the Sydney Sixers in only four balls.
Barsby said, “We have seen some of the footage of her bowling style, and we will try our best to put pressure back tomorrow early morning.”
Amelia is an excellent player, and that’s why Brisbane’s heat got her.