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Best of luck and big thank you to former Tassie Tiger and Hobart Hurricane - the big-hitting 'Bliz' i.e. Aiden Craig Blizzard - on announcing his retirement from cricket today... -------------------- From: aiden blizzard Sent: Wednesday, 16 May 2018 11:46 AM To: Nick Cummins, Cricket Tasmania CEO Subject: Retirement - Hi Nick, Although it feels like this has been a long time coming, I have officially retired from elite cricket. - Wanted to shoot you a quick note to thank Cricket Tasmania and the Hurricanes for the opportunities provided to me over my two seasons in Hobart. - I learnt a lot about myself and the game of cricket during this period which has assisted me both on and off the field. - While I'm unsure of what the next steps look like, I'm sure we will cross paths again in the future. - Thanks again. I cannot overstate my appreciation. Regards Bliz -------------------- Full story on www.cricket.com.au - Blizzard Puts Cricket On Ice For Family
The player roster for the Tasmanian Tigers State Cricket Squad has been finalised: - 2018-19 TASMANIAN TIGERS MEN’S SQUAD - Cricket Australia Contract (1): - Tim PAINE – Test & ODI Captain - Full State Contract (19) - George BAILEY Gabe BELL Jackson BIRD – From Cricket Australia Nicholas BUCHANAN Alex DOOLAN Jake DORAN James FAULKNER Caleb JEWELL – Upgraded Hamish KINGSTON – Re-Contracted Ben MCDERMOTT Riley MEREDITH – Upgraded Simon MILENKO Sam RAINBIRD Tom ROGERS Gurinder SANDHU – From NSW Blues Jordan SILK Matthew WADE – From Cricket Australia Charlie WAKIM Beau WEBSTER - Rookie Contract (6) - Liam DEVLIN Jack WHITE – New from Tasmania Jarrod FREEMAN – New from Tasmania Aaron SUMMERS Macalister WRIGHT Lawrence NEIL-SMITH – New from NSW - New Players (5) - Jarrod FREEMAN – Lindisfarne/Mowbray Cricket Clubs Hamish KINGSTON – South Hobart/Sandy Bay Cricket Club Lawrence NEIL-SMITH – New South Wales Gurinder SANDHU – New South Wales Blues Jack WHITE – North Hobart Cricket Club - No Longer Contracted (7) - Cameron BOYCE Ben DUNK Andrew FEKETE Jake HANCOCK Corey MURFET Andrew PERRIN Cameron STEVENSON
The player roster for the Tasmanian Roar State Cricket Squad has been finalised: - 2018-19 TASMANIAN ROAR WOMEN’S SQUAD - Full State Contract (14) - Stefanie DAFFARA Ashley DAY Erin FAZACKERLEY Katelyn FRYETT Corinne HALL Brooke HEPBURN Emma MANIX-GEEVES Sasha MOLONEY Meg PHILLIPS Veronica PYKE Celeste RAACK Georgia REDMAYNE Emma THOMPSON Courtney WEBB - New Players (3) - Ashley DAY – New South Wales Emma MANIX-GEEVES – Riverside Cricket Club Sasha MOLONEY – University Cricket Club - No Longer Contracted (3) - Emily DIVIN Isobel JOYCE Laura WRIGHT
Our proud long-time Tasmanian Tigers and Hobart Hurricanes wicket-keeper Tim Paine is now Australia’s Test AND One Day International skipper ahead of their June tour to England. - While our record-breaking Hobart Hurricanes opening batting juggernaut D’Arcy Short makes both the national ODI & T20 International squads for England then Zimbabwe. - Australia's One Day International Squad: - Tim Paine (captain) - Tasmania (Tasmanian Tigers / Hobart Hurricanes) Aaron Finch (vice-captain) - Victoria Ashton Agar - Western Australia Alex Carey - South Australia Josh Hazlewood - New South Wales Travis Head - South Australia Nathan Lyon - New South Wales Glenn Maxwell - Victoria Shaun Marsh - Western Australia Jhye Richardson - Western Australia Kane Richardson - South Australia D’Arcy Short - Western Australia (Hobart Hurricanes) Billy Stanlake - Queensland Marcus Stoinis - Western Australia Andrew Tye - Western Australia - Australia's T20 International Squad: - Aaron Finch (captain) - Melbourne Renegades Alex Carey (vice-captain) - Adelaide Strikers Ashton Agar - Perth Scorchers Travis Head - Adelaide Strikers Nic Maddinson - Melbourne Stars Glenn Maxwell - Melbourne Stars Jhye Richardson - Perth Scorchers Kane Richardson - Melbourne Renegades D’Arcy Short - Hobart Hurricanes Billy Stanlake - Adelaide Strikers Marcus Stoinis - Melbourne Stars Mitchell Swepson - Brisbane Heat Andrew Tye - Perth Scorchers Jack Wildermuth - Melbourne Renegades - Qantas ODI Tour of England: - Thursday, June 7: Warm-Up v Sussex, Hove (D/N) Saturday, June 9: Warm-Up v Middlesex, Lords Wednesday, June 13: First ODI, The Oval (D/N) Saturday, June 16: Second ODI, Cardiff Tuesday, June 19: Third ODI, Trent Bridge (D/N) Thursday, June 21: Fourth ODI, Durham (D/N) Sunday, June 24: Fifth ODI, Old Trafford Wednesday, June 27: Only T20, Edgbaston (D/N) - T20I Tri-Series in Zimbabwe: - Sunday, July 1: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan Monday, July 2: Pakistan vs Australia Tuesday, July 3: Australia vs Zimbabwe Wednesday, July 4: Zimbabwe vs Pakistan Thursday, July 5: Pakistan vs Australia Friday, July 6: Australia vs Zimbabwe Sunday, July 8: Final
🚨BREAKING: More matches and new venues as the 2018-19 Cricket Australia Home International Summer Schedule is announced. Please scroll through the four visiting team fixtures above for all dates & locations. - TASMANIA HIGHLIGHT: Men’s ODI - Australia v South Africa, Blundstone Arena, Hobart on Sunday 11 November.
Cricket Tasmania is proud to announce the new signing of Gurinder Sandhu from Cricket New South Wales on a two-year deal starting this 2018-19 Season. - The tall right arm fast bowler will join the resurgent Tasmanian Tigers, who stormed into this year’s Sheffield Shield Final, after playing for the New South Wales Blues since 2012-13. - The 24-year-old who was born in Blacktown, New South Wales, came to prominence after representing Australia in their Under-19 cricket team for the 2012 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup where he took ten wickets across six games. - Sandhu went on to make his senior international debut for Australia in a One Day International against India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in January 2015, before playing against England in Hobart later that week recording the best bowling figures of 2/49 in the series. - Gurinder made his senior domestic debut for the Sydney Thunder in their 2012-13 Big Bash League season against the Sydney Sixers in December 2012, and also made his List A (January 2013) and First-Class (March 2013) cricket debuts for New South Wales during the same Australian summer. - In March 2013, Sandhu was voted the Australian Cricketers' Association Player of the Month and was also the Steve Waugh Medallist as the NSW Blues Player of the Year, in a breakout season where he played for the Australia A team against India as well as the Prime Minister’s XI against the West Indies. - He played five matches in NSW’s successful 2015-16 Matador BBQs One Day Cup campaign grabbing nine wickets at 13.55, including the best figures of 4/29. This followed his 2013-14 Ryobi One Day Cup performances, when he collected eleven wickets at 28.09. - Gurinder also represented the Delhi Daredevils in the IPL during 2015 as one of their overseas players. - Sandhu is an excellent high-quality replacement for departing Tigers quick Andrew Fekete who is returning home to Victoria to spend more time with his family. - Sandhu's 194cm height gives him impressive bounce and he can swing the ball both ways. - We welcome Gurinder Sandhu to the Tasmanian Tigers State Squad.
BIG congratulations to all our 2017/18 Cricket Tasmania Awards Night Winners! - Ricky Ponting Medal: Overall Player of the Year WINNER: George Bailey – 223 (first time winner) Jake Doran - 197 Jackson Bird - 194 Jordan Silk - 179 - David Boon Medal: Sheffield Shield Player of the Year WINNER: Jake Doran - 197 Jackson Bird - 185 Tom Rogers - 140 Matthew Wade - 140 - Tasmanian Roar: WNCL Player of the Tournament WINNER: Georgia Redmayne - 124 Isobel Joyce - 122 Erin Fazackerley - 110 Laura Wright - 85 - Jack Simmons Medal: One Day Cup Player of the Tournament WINNER: George Bailey - 149 Cameron Boyce - 103 Jordan Silk - 79 Andrew Fekete - 62 - Hurricanes WBBL: Player of the Tournament WINNER: Hayley Matthews - 352 Veronica Pyke - 221 Georgia Redmayne - 195 Nicola Hancock - 182 - Hurricanes BBL: Player of the Tournament WINNER: D’Arcy Short - 280 Jofra Archer - 201 Dan Christian - 190 Ben McDermott - 127 - Female Young Player of the Year: Erin Fazackerley Jamie Cox Male Young Player of the Year: Tom Rogers - Chairman’s Award: Jordan Silk Scott Mason Memorial Captain’s Award: Jake Doran & Tom Rogers (joint winners) National Indigenous Cricket Championships - Player of the Year: Rhys Ward - Hurricanes Members Own MVPs: WBBL – Brooke Hepburn, BBL – Jofra Archer State Umpire of the Year: Sam Nogajski
CONGRATULATIONS to Queensland Cricket on their 8th #SheffieldShield Trophy. Very worthy winners after finishing clear Ladder Leaders with 6 Wins, 3 Draws, Only 1 Loss. Beat us at Home & Away during the regular season. - CONGRATULATIONS to our own Matthew Wade on winning Player Of The Final for his magnificent 108 in the first innings. - VERY PROUD of our Tassie Tigers for fighting like Tigers to make the #ShieldFinal from 5th place during the Summer and for giving a sporting declaration this afternoon during many rain delays to force a result either way. - QLD v TAS #ShieldFinal Summary: *Day One Abandoned* TAS 1st Innings: 10/477 QLD 1st Innings: 10/516 - Lead by 39 runs TAS 2nd Innings: 1/166 - Declared 127 runs ahead (rain affected) QLD 2nd Innings: 1/128 QLD WON BY 9 WICKETS Matthew Wade Man Of The Match.
#QLDvTAS #ShieldFinal LAST DAY 5! TAS: 477 QLD: 516 TAS: 0/10 - trail by 29 runs. - Who's ready for some T20 style Shield action today? It's reached 'do or die' time. Need to absolutely pile on the runs in the 1st session then bowl them out in two sessions. It all starts 9am QLD / 10am TAS Time. - Follow the FREE LIVE STREAM action on - www.cricket.com.au Follow us on our Cricket Tasmania Twitter Account. C'mon Tassie Tigers!!! #TasmaniasTeam