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Street 345 for the seconds v Victoria.
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Street 345 for the seconds v Victoria.
Hemphey 151

Is Street one to watch for the future, or is this more of a fluke? Queensland hasn't really developed any young gun batsmen in a while, Heazlett, Labuschagne & Renshaw have all been on the scene for a good 4-5 years.
 

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Is Street one to watch for the future, or is this more of a fluke? Queensland hasn't really developed any young gun batsmen in a while, Heazlett, Labuschagne & Renshaw have all been on the scene for a good 4-5 years.
He's on the rookie list and playing the seconds, he bowls too so he's a smart cricketer. Club form is strong 1 100 and 1 50 already from first four games and a 300 for QAS, can't really fault him so far this summer.

Super fit. He's had two years in the seconds now and he's still young but this year could be a year to move up for him.

Last summer for the twos- 89, 89, 69, 83 in five games.
 

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Sounds like he's got a bit of a case of the Heazlett's going on, plenty of 80's in him.
It's expected for a 21 year old learning his craft, not so much for an Australian player who has had four years of Shield.
 

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Renshaw 136 of Toombul's 265.
 
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NSW Blues squad

v Queensland, Gabba,

Marsh Sheffield Shield, Round 1, starting Thursday

Live streamed at cricket.com.au

Peter NEVILL (captain)

Sean ABBOTT

Nick BERTUS

Harry CONWAY

Trent COPELAND

Liam HATCHER

Moises HENRIQUES

Daniel HUGHES

Nick LARKIN

Steven SMITH

Mitchell STARC

David WARNER
 

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Team I'd pick from that squad -

1. Burns
2. Renshaw
3. Khawaja (c)
4. Labuschagne
5. Heazlett
6. Peirson
7. Neser
8. Steketee
9. Gannon
10. Stanlake
11. Swepson
 

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I would think about something left field:

1. Heazlett
2. Khawaja
3. Labushagne
4. Burns
5. Renshaw
6. Pierson
7. Neser
8. Steketee
9. Swepson
10. Gannon
11. Stanlake
 

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Heat have also signed Tom Banton, 20 year old batsman from England, broke out in the domestic scene last year and made the England T20 team.

Not entirely sure we need more batsmen however.. We've now got 4 international signings, two batsmen & two bowlers. We can only play two of them at a time though, really not sure what the plan is here..
 

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Banton will play the first eight games of the Heat season, before Proteas legend de Villiers joins the Heat for their final six regular season games and any subsequent finals, with Afghanistan spin pair Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Zahir Khan rounding out Brisbane's international recruits for the summer.

Banton, who is also a wicket-keeper, admitted it had been a whirlwind few months culminating in his first overseas T20 contract with the Heat.

Heat coach Darren Lehmann said Banton's recruitment had been a high priority.

"He was the talk of English cricket during their season," Lehmann said. "Outside the World Cup and the Ashes, Tom was the player that a lot of people were really excited to be watching, and with good reason.

"He's a lovely striker of the ball and has that wide and varied range of shots you need to make the most of the early overs in the power play or to accelerate the scoring through the middle and back half of an innings.

"The prospect of pairing him alongside some of our young batsmen like Max Bryant, his mate Matt Renshaw and Sam Heazlett is pretty enticing, that's for sure.

"But we know Tom will also benefit from playing and being around the likes of Chris Lynn, Joe Burns, Ben Cutting and Marnus Labuschagne as he takes steps to expand his skills and experience in Australian conditions.

"He's joining us for the first half of the tournament but we're hopeful he will have some time to catch-up with AB de Villiers at some point as that would be a great opportunity as part of his experience with the Heat."

Lehmann said the club was close to finalising its 18-man roster with two spots to fill.
 

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Just watched an interview with Boof, he confirmed Banton will be opening with Bryant for us while he's here, once he leaves, Cutting & Bryant will open with AB batting in the middle order.
 

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I watched Banton play in the Under 19 World Cup last year in New Zealand. He got 100 against the Kiwis. Strong forward but especially back- loves to pull square.

He played club cricket in Perth last year too.
 

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Big day today, first Shield game out at the 'Gabba.

Honestly can't see how Heazlett can be picked, he's in terrible form. You can't reward a guy coming off a average 25 season. Career average now is 31.

When do we accept he's a OD batsman only? (Watch him score 150 now today.)

Batting was the biggest issue for the Bulls last season, one 100 in the season isn't good enough. 23 50's they need to convert and fix that.
 

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Honestly can't see how Heazlett can be picked, he's in terrible form. You can't reward a guy coming off a average 25 season. Career average now is 31.
I mean, Hemphrey also made the team and he's also got a career average of 31, except he's 6 years older than Heazlett. It certainly makes sense that they want to give him as many chances as possible to prove himself.

It's not like there's anyone else banging the door down either.
 

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