Chris Tremain has again been handed with a full contract with New South Wales after six seasons.
Prior to the start of another Sheffield Shield season, the New South Wales team had already handed out the contracts for their players this season. Among those who had been signed are Daniel Solway, Adam Zampa, Nathan McAndrew, and returning player Chris Tremain.
Tremain had his debut with NSW in 2012 before transferring to Victoria where he had played for six seasons. There, he had taken a total of 209 Sheffield Shield wickets at a rate of 23.79.
Talking about his return to NSW, Tremain says, ‘I hope that if I can continue providing that service then I'll contribute to the squad's success. The wheel doesn't need to be reinvented. Work hard, play well, lead from the front and win games of cricket for NSW’.
‘Sydney is where my cricket career was forged, but it's fantastic being so close to family back at Yeoval (in Central West NSW) where it really all started. We were happy in Melbourne but with a young son and a nine-hour drive between him and his grandparents, we limited their interaction. Now we have the opportunity to grow a better relationship between Noah and his grandparents’, he added.
New South Wales has already named their 16-man squad along with seven rookies for the upcoming season of Sheffield Shield. The Sheffield Shield is one of Australia’s domestic first-class cricket competition. Another league which is similar to this is the Big Bash League. To know more about the Big Bash League, visit Betwala.
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