England batsman James Vince has resigned for Sydney Sixers for the upcoming season of the Big Bash League- BBL|XI.
Vince played a significant role in the final of the BBL|10 as he scored a 60-ball 95 against Perth Scorchers. He scored two 90+ scores in the semi-final and final to guide Sixers to another BBL title.
While talking about joining the squad of Sixers once again, Vince stated that he doesn’t play for records or accolades.
“I don’t play for the personal accolades or awards, I play to be part of a winning team,” James Vince said.
Vince super proud to represent Sixers
“What the Sixers [Sydney] have built on and off the field over the last few years is something really special and something I am proud to be part of. They are just a great bunch of lads and it’s everyone – players, coaches, support staff, the supporters.
“Shippy [Head Coach Greg Shipperd] creates an environment that we can all thrive in and we are all motivated to do our job for the team and our members and fans.
“To experience that final last season at the SCG, in what was our first trip back there all year, was something I’ll never forget.
“When the Scorchers dropped a catch the place erupted and it was the loudest noise I’ve ever heard on a cricket field. The fans were incredible.
“How could you not want to come back for more of that?”
The defending champions will kickstart their BBL|11 campaign against the Melbourne Stars at the SCG on Sunday, 5 December.
Sydney Sixers BBL|XI Squad:
Head Coach: Greg Shipperd
Contracted for BBL|XI: Moises Henriques (C), Sean Abbott, Carlos Brathwaite, Daniel Christian, Tom Curran, Ben Dwarshuis, Jack Edwards, Mickey Edwards, Daniel Hughes, Stephen O’Keefe, Hayden Kerr, Nathan Lyron, Ben Manenti, Josh Philippe, Lloyd Pope, Jordan Silk, James Vince.
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