The 28-year-old pacer played for Sydney Thunder from 2012 to 2015
Australian pacer Chris Tremain re-joins Sydney Thunder for the upcoming Big Bash season. He previously played for the team from 2012 to 2015. Last year, the 28-year-old player won the tournament with the Melbourne Renegades.
‘I don't think my game has changed too much. I think I've changed quite a bit. I've played a lot more cricket; experienced a lot more. I've had a lot more success, and I've failed a lot more. I've had a career, basically’, Tremain said.
‘When I was at the Thunder last time, I was really young. I was still learning how to do things - not even cricket. Everything was really raw and full of youth’, he added.
Tremain represented Australia in four One Day International (ODI) matches against South Africa in October 2016 where he made his debut. Last year, he was named for the Test series against India.
Sydney Thunder coach Shane Bond said that he is happy to have a pacer like Tremain in their line-up. ‘We just wanted a good, serious, hardened pro and I think he showed his value for the Renegades last season, opening the bowling through the back-end of the season’, he said.
‘He's just a solid performer day-in, day-out. He knows what he's doing, he's durable and he's a great guy around the team. He just brings that experience that we were missing a little bit last season’.
The Big Bash League is a professional T20 Australian cricket league. To know more about the league, read the page on Betwala.
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