Sport Adam Voges suspended from BBL07

08:52  12 january  2018
08:52  12 january  2018 Source:   Sporting News

Adam Voges suspended from BBL07

  Adam Voges suspended from BBL07 Perth Scorchers captain Adam Voges has been suspended for one match in BBL07 due to his second slow over rate offence. His side were one over short in their clash on Thursday night against the Sydney Thunder, which is their second slow over rate misdemeanour after their game against the Brisbane Heat on January 5.In accordance with BBL regulations, as Voges was captain in both matches he receives an automatic one-match suspension.Perth will now be without their skipper for the top of the table clash against the Adelaide Strikers on Saturday night in Alice Springs.

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a man wearing a hat and smiling at the camera© Provided by Sportal com au Perth Scorchers captain Adam Voges has been suspended for one match in BBL07 due to his second slow over rate offence.

His side were one over short in their clash on Thursday night against the Sydney Thunder, which is their second slow over rate misdemeanour after their game against the Brisbane Heat on January 5.

In accordance with BBL regulations, as Voges was captain in both matches he receives an automatic one-match suspension.

Perth will now be without their skipper for the top of the table clash against the Adelaide Strikers on Saturday night in Alice Springs.

This means that the defending champions will now be without Voges, Andrew Tye, Jason Behrendorff, Shaun and Mitch Marsh, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Sam Whiteman, and Jhye Richardson.

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Despite not having the ability to call on some of their best players, the Scorchers have found a way to perform.

Currently they sit second on the ladder under the Strikers with five wins from seven matches.

Ashton Turner is sixth on the BBL07 run scoring charts with 199 runs, but it is the bowling of Andrew Tye that has really impressed cricket fans.

Tye has easily taken the most wickets, with 16 wickets at an average of 12.

No one was surprised when he was called up to the Australian squad for the one day series against England.

Khawaja-inspired Thunder survive Scorchers fightback .
Usman Khawaja's return to the Big Bash League inspired Sydney Thunder to a much-needed victory over Perth Scorchers, as Cameron Bancroft and Hilton Cartwright's daring counterattack fell short. Reigning champions Perth had been unbeaten this season until they lost to Brisbane Heat last week.And while the Scorchers responded by seeing off Melbourne Renegades at the Furnace, they came up short on the road again on Thursday, as Khawaja (85) helped the hosts to 4-175 batting first.Mitchell Johnson (0-25) fell flat with the ball and then Perth openers William Bosisto (9) and Michael Klinger (4) both failed.

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