Sport Stars remain winless as Heat cruise in BBL

20:22  02 january  2018
20:22  02 january  2018 Source:   MSN

Burns, Lynn in likely return for BBL's Heat

  Burns, Lynn in likely return for BBL's Heat Joe Burns and Chris Lynn are likely to return from injury when BBL side the Brisbane Heat host the Sydney Thunder at the Gabba.A two-time winner of the BBL's player of the tournament, Lynn's return after shoulder surgery has been delayed thanks to a niggling hamstring strain.

Mitchell Swepson claimed career-best figures and the 'Bash Brothers' did the rest as Brisbane Heat consigned Melbourne Stars to a nine-wicket Big Bash League ( BBL ) defeat on Tuesday night. Knights hammer winless Volts. Hearn to Higgins: We'll deliver.

BBL 2017-18. Brendon McCullum and Chris Lynn came together for yet another big partnership, adding 101 off just 64 balls, as Brisbane Heat cantered to a nine-wicket victory over Melbourne Stars , keeping the latter winless in three games in the ongoing Big Bash League.

Brendan McCullum was at his bullocking best as the Heat easily accounted for the Melbourne Stars at the MCG.© Michael Dodge - CA/Cricket Australia/Getty Images Brendan McCullum was at his bullocking best as the Heat easily accounted for the Melbourne Stars at the MCG. Mitchell Swepson claimed career-best figures and the 'Bash Brothers' did the rest as Brisbane Heat consigned Melbourne Stars to a nine-wicket BBL defeat on Tuesday night.

The much-hyped Stars fell to 0-3 for the season as Brisbane cruised to victory at the MCG, reaching their target of 142 with five overs to spare.

Promoted to open the batting, master-blaster Chris Lynn plundered three sixes on his way to 63 off 46 balls.

His 101-run stand with Heat captain Brendon McCullum was the pair's third BBL hundred-partnership.

Mooney on fire in Heat's big WBBL win

  Mooney on fire in Heat's big WBBL win Brisbane Heat recorded an overdue WBBL victory as opener Beth Mooney almost single-handedly accounted for the Adelaide Strikers with a rapid-fire 86.Mooney crashed the bowling to all parts of Adelaide Oval for an unbeaten 86 as the Heat won by nine wickets with four overs to spare.

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The Stars would have had Lynn out for a third-ball duck if not for captain John Hastings dropping a sitter at mid-off in the first over.

It was a welcome return to form for Lynn, who underwent shoulder surgery in July and is the third-highest run scorer in BBL history.

McCullum faced just 27 balls before bringing up his fifty with a six off Liam Bowe.

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He departed three balls later, caught by Rob Quiney at long off for 61.

Glenn Maxwell earlier fought a lone hand for the Stars with a composed 50 off 39 balls, although the frustrated allrounder was unable to find many positives after the game.

"We're not looking like going anywhere but bottom at the moment," he said.

"We're playing terrible cricket. We're not probably playing together as a team ... we were putrid today."

Swepson earlier took 3-14 off four overs, including the key scalp of Kevin Pietersen, after the Heat won the toss and elected to bowl.

The impressive legspinner frustrated the Stars' batsmen with his variations of pace, tempting Luke Wright (19) into a wild attempted slog which had him easily stumped.

Mooney, Heat double up on Strikers

  Mooney, Heat double up on Strikers Beth Mooney produced some early New Year's Eve fireworks with another heavy-hitting innings to help Brisbane Heat ease past Adelaide Strikers in the WBBL.The Heat produced a near carbon-copy of Friday's nine-wicket win over the same opponent, reaching 2-122, to pass the Strikers' 7-119 with 3.4 overs to spare on Sunday.

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Pietersen (30) looked in solid touch on return from a one-game break before being caught at long on off a well-flighted Swepson delivery.

"It was a nice wicket to bowl on out there tonight. I think it was pretty conducive for the spinners," Swepson said.

"(The Stars) are just going through a bit of a rough patch at the moment ... they'll bounce back and find a way."

Swepson, whose domestic form has earned praise from spin great Shane Warne, also impressed Ricky Ponting, who has been linked to coaching Australia's Twenty20 side.

"Really good bowling from Swepson," Ponting said on the Ten Network.

"A lot of thought has gone into the way he's approached it."

Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah took 1-16 off four overs and was unlucky to have an lbw appeal against Quiney turned down.

Kevin Pietersen to retire from all forms of cricket .
Former Ashes hero has announced he will retire from all forms of cricket within a year. Kevin Pietersen has announced he will retire from all f Speaking after the Melbourne Stars lost their fourth straight game to start the Big Bash League season, the England Test great was asked whether he had given any thought to whether he would return to the club next summer, with his current contract expiring at the end of this season.Pietersen, 37, was definitive. "I won't be playing next season," he said. "I'm done."Pietersen said he made the decision recently.

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