Melbourne Stars have locked within the return of South African worldwide Mignon du Preez for the upcoming season of the Ladies’s Massive Bash League (WBBL).
du Preez has been a part of the Stars roster since third season and this yr will make her fiftieth look within the WBBL.
“It has been a loopy yr thus far, however I’m trying ahead to the WBBL, becoming a member of the ‘bubble’ and catching up with all my associates on the Stars,” du Preez stated.
“The membership has made some good signings and we needs to be assured about we will obtain this season.”
Head coach Trent Woodhill too was happy to have du Preez again within the facet with the membership additionally roping in Lucy Cripps and Sophie Day. “We have been all the time eager to retain her expertise and flexibility in with the ability to play a variety of roles via the batting line-up,” he stated.
“It was nice for Lucy to get a few video games final yr and a style for what WBBL is about. We’re hoping to construct an identical expertise for Sophie in the course of the course of this season.”
Cripps, who re-signs with the Stars for a second yr, made her debut in inexperienced final season. For Day, it marks her first WBBL contract.
The entire match might be performed in Sydney with a complete of 59 matches going down starting October 25.
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