2019-20 Big Bash League: BBL09 Young Players to Watch

JAI HANUMAN

Big Bash League 2019-20

The Big Bash League squads have been finalized for the upcoming BBL 09 season and there’s plenty of hype building for the most exciting cricket tournament of the summer. International stars such as De Villers, Steyn, Khan, Miller and Hales are going to bring plenty of “bash” to the BBL, while some of Australia’s best in Marsh, Khawaja, Short and Maxwell are going to be available for close to the entire tournament. Even Test stars in Steve Smith, Josh Hazelwood and Nathan Lyon have found a spot in the BBL this season.

Tom Banton (Brisbane Heat)

Tom Banton (Brisbane Heat)
How exciting are the Heat looking this season with Banton coming in for the first eight games to partner with Max Bryant at the top of the order? Banton is only 21 years of age, yet he’s already been touted as a future star for England. Banton has all the shots in the game and brings a fearless, aggressive approach to his batting. He smashed a brilliant maiden T20 century for Somerset off just 51 balls earlier this year, which helped him get a call up into the England T20 squad. He was also named England’s Young Cricketer of the Year.

Max Bryant (Brisbane Heat)

Max Bryant (Brisbane Heat)
Max Bryant is a future superstar and will earn himself higher honours in national colours one day. At just 20 years of age, Bryant is a brutally destructive batsman who hits the ball as clean and as hard as anyone in the game.
Matthew Gilkes (Sydney Thunder)

Matthew Gilkes (Sydney Thunder)
Matthew Gilkes has only had limited opportunities for the Thunder and NSW so far in his career, but he’s already shown some genuine talent for a 20-year old. Gilkes can give the ball a good whack and this may be his season to shine. The Thunder list isn’t the strongest on paper, and they are severely lacking in the keeping department. So it seems likely that the plan will be for Gilkes to take the gloves and bat at number four or five, which means he’ll be a key member of their campaign in BBL09.
Josh Philippe (Sydney Sixers)

Josh Philippe (Sydney Sixers)
Some would say that Josh Philippe already announced himself last season with an excellent BBL season, but at just 22 years of age, Philippe is still on the rise. His switch from Perth across to the Sixers was a wise one as he was given an opportunity at the top of the order which he grabbed with both hands. Phillipe is a powerhouse batsman, with a technique that has drawn comparisons to Steve Smith.
Nathan Ellis (Hobart Hurricanes)

Nathan Ellis (Hobart Hurricanes)
The Canes have got a good one here in 25-year old Nathan Ellis. He’s already shown glimpses of his talent in the domestic one-day league with a bag of five wickets against a star-studded NSW team that included some brilliant yorkers that obliterated the stumps.

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