Rising Star ‘Tom Banton’ Joins Brisbane Heat in Big Bash League

In BBL|09, England rising star Tom Banton will play for Brisbane heat and make more excitement in the tournament. After South African bowler Dale Steyn in BBL, AB de Villiers landing in big bash league. Not Tom Banton news brings more joys in the big bash league. He secures England’s young gun and represents the Heat from England.

He played for the twenty-twenty cricket for England and a tour to New Zealand next month. Last week, he got the title of a young cricketer of the year because of his extraordinary performance in a series.

In big bash league season 9 of 2019-20, tom Banton will play eight matches of the season for Brisbane heat. On the other hand, AB De Villiers already will service with his game. AB de joined the big bash league for the final six seasons. Moreover, from Afghanistan, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Zahir khan are also international players. And Brisbane heats international squad complete where four overseas players will show the extraordinary performance.

He said, “I was blown away when they announced about my joining in the coming season for BBL as players like AB de Villiers will also join. It will be a great experience for me to play in BBL.”

He added: “I am waiting for the league and will see what Queensland has the offer. Previously, I played for Perth, and it was a time when I was younger. Now its time for the Brisbane Heat.”

There are already many outstanding players in BBL, and I watched BBL at home. He said he could not wait to be honest.

Lehmann said: “Tom is an excellent player, and many people always wanted to see him in the ground with good reason instead of the outside from the WorldCup and the Ashes.”

He played a wide range of shots and a good striker. You need to give him the early overs in the power play and will show excellent performance back half of the innings.

Some younger batsmen are excited, including Matt Renshaw and Sam Heazlett, for sure.

He takes a test and played practice matches on the conditions of Australian cricket. We hope he will show better performance in a BBL|09.

Lehmann said there were two spots left, and now its fill. We are closing at the 18-man roster.