Josh Brown played an aggressive innings for Brisbane Heat.
Brisbane Heat’s second win in BBL.
new Delhi. Josh Brown, a 29-year-old Australian player, showed amazing batting in the Big Bash League. After which people are very curious to know about him. He toyed with the Sydney Sixers bowlers and scored runs at a strike rate of 270. Brown is not only interested in playing cricket but he is also very fond of making bats. He has also done a course for this. He started playing grade cricket at the age of 22 in Brisbane.
Josh Brown makes bats for other players and also repairs them. This player, who made his debut for the Northern Suburb Club, has won everyone’s heart with his stormy batting. He played a blistering inning of 62 runs in just 23 balls against the Sydney Sixers. His innings also included 4 fours and 6 sky-high sixes. In 2019, Josh Brown got a chance to play in Britain, which he took full advantage of. Josh has also scored 290 runs in an innings. Not only this, he also has the ability to bowl economically for any team. He has confirmed that he repairs more than 1000 bats in a year.
I make 100 bats in a year – Josh Brown
Josh Brown told that ‘I love making cricket bats. I make around 100 bats every year and repair more than 1000 bats. I have seen almost every possible break in cricket. Apart from making bats and playing cricket, Brown is also interested in fishing and golf. The 2020-21 season also proved to be great for Brown. He played 53 matches and scored 1643 runs at an average of 34.23. Which includes 3 centuries and 10 half-century innings.
Brisbane Heat’s second win
Brisbane Heat has not had a good start in the Big Bash League. The team has played 6 matches out of which this is the second overall win. In this match, Brisbane Heat decided to bat first after winning the toss and set a huge target of 224 runs to Sydney Sixers. Chasing the target, the opposing team was reduced to just 209 runs.
FIRST PUBLISHED : January 02, 2023, 16:02 IST