BlogCricket news

Joe Clarke goes from Melbourne Stars to Renegades

Melbourne Rebels have pulled off a huge BBL marking by baiting English wicketkeeper-player Joe Clarke from cross-town rivals Stars.

Joe Clarke, who momentarily played for Perth Scorchers in the 2020-21 season, has been a necessary piece of Stars over the last two seasons with 800 runs at 30.76 and a strike pace of 136.98.

In any case, he currently turns into the Rebels’ third abroad marking close by Quinton de Kock and Mujeeb Ur Rahman having not been taken in the draft the month before. An instrument exists that permits clubs to sign their third name after the draft has occurred.

Clarke is set to open the batting close by de Kock, however, it will be the South African who will at first take the gloves prior to giving them to Clarke when he gets back for the SA20.

Notwithstanding, the Rebels should protect one more wicketkeeping choice with Clarke because of leave for ILT20 towards the backend of the BBL. They lost Sam Harper when he was exchanged to the Stars as a trade-off for Adam Zampa.

“Joe was a functioning piece of our abroad draft procedure this year,” Melbourne Rebels head supervisor James Rosengarten said. “While we were restricted by the way we could utilize our picks at the abroad player draft, we had an arrangement to get Joe as fast as we could and it fell off which is perfect for our Club.

“To have gotten three abroad players that were recorded in the platinum abroad player bunch is a super outcome for the Rebels and our individuals and fans.

“While Quinton will accept the gloves as our essential wicketkeeper, Joe is likewise serious areas of strength for a who will actually want to keep when Quinton is inaccessible, giving us more prominent adaptability with our abroad substitution player choices.”

“We truly like the manner in which Joe plays the game,” he added. “He’s a going-after player from the top who can set up a game rapidly and we think he’ll be an ideal fit with our other top-request hitters.”

Rebels will likewise lose Mujeeb late in the season as he, as well, holds an ILT20 bargain.

Melbourne Rebels crew Nic Maddinson (capt), Joe Clarke, Quinton de Kock, Harry Dixon, Aaron Finch, Jake Fraser-McGurk, Mackenzie Harvey, Nathan Lyon, Shaun Bog, Kane Richardson, Tom Rogers, Peter Siddle, Will Sutherland, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Jon Wells, Adam Zampa

3 thoughts on “Joe Clarke goes from Melbourne Stars to Renegades

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *