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Sydney Sixers
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Captain: Australia Brad Haddin
Coach: Australia Trevor Bayliss
Colours:      "Magenta"
Founded: 2011
Home ground: Sydney Cricket Ground
Capacity: 48,000
BBL wins: 1 (2011–12)
CLT20 wins: 1 (2012)
Official website: sydneysixers.com.au
2014–15 Sydney Sixers season

The Sydney Sixers are an Australian professional men's cricket team, competing in Australia's domestic Twenty20 cricket competition, the Big Bash League.[1] Along with the Sydney Thunder, the Sixers are the successors of the New South Wales Blues who played in the now-defunct KFC Twenty20 Big Bash. The Sixers Sydney play at Sydney Cricket Ground in the south-eastern area of the inner city while the Thunder play out of ANZ Stadium further west. The inaugural coach is Trevor Bayliss[2] and Stuart Clark is the General Manager.[3] The Sixers' inaugural captain is Australian wicket-keeper Brad Haddin.

Competing in the inaugural Big Bash League, the Sydney Sixers went on to win the tournament. After finishing third in the regular season games, the Sixers defeated the Hobart Hurricanes in the semi-final at Bellerive Oval. This facilitated a show-down with the Perth Scorchers in the final. They defeated the Scorchers on 28 January 2012, at the WACA Ground, thus becoming the inaugural champions of the Big Bash League.[4]

As a result of their successful Big Bash League grand final win, the Sixers competed for the first time in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament. The tournament was held in October 2012 in South Africa. Again, the Sixers made history by winning this tournament on their first attempt. The Sixers were top of their group going into the finals of the tournament. They went on to defeat the Nashua Titans in the semi-finals and then the Highveld Lions in the final of the tournament to be crowned champions.

History[edit]

Foundation[edit]

The Sydney Sixers were created when the decision was made to move away from state representative teams to city-based teams for the domestic Twenty20 competition. It is believed that this move was to align its structure with that of India and South Africa, where their domestic teams are based around cities. This was an important factor for the ongoing Champions League Twenty20 tournament, where those three nations were founding members. It was decided that there would be two teams from Sydney, two teams from Melbourne, and one from each other capital city for an eight team competition. The names Sixers (and Thunder for cross-city rivals) were decided upon by Cricket NSW. Other names considered for the two teams were Rocks and Edge.[5]

2011–2012: BBL01[edit]

Regular Season[edit]

The Sydney Sixers were chosen to host the first game of the new and exciting format of the BBL. The game was played on December 16, 2011 at the historical Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) against the Brisbane Heat. The Sixers lost the toss and restricted the Heat to 8/139 from their allotted 20 overs. Stuart MacGill showed his class, coming out of retirement for this tournament, to end with the best figures from a Sixers bowler with 2/21. The Sixers easily chased down the runs with 8 balls to spare with skipper and opening batsmen Brad Haddin earning the Player of the Match award. The Sixers then traveled down to Hobart and were dominated by the Hurricanes in a 42-run defeat. Phil Jaques and Travis Birt amassing a 107 wicket partnership, with Birt the Player of the Match.[6] Upon returning home, a standout performance with the bat from West Indian import Dwayne Bravo assured the win for the Sixers with 51 runs as the Melbourne Stars fell 2 runs short in an exciting run chase. The Sixers then lost on the road to the Melbourne Renegades before picking up away wins against Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers. The Sixers then battled-out a hard fought win against the Perth Scorchers at home. After losing a couple of early wickets, Steve Smith smacked a quickfire 51 before the Sixers lost 5/8 in the final two overs to be bowled out for 176. In the end this was enough as the Scorchers failed to achieve the target by one run. The stunning spell of swing by Mitchell Starc earned him the Player of the Match.[7][8]

Finals Series[edit]

In-form after three consecutive wins to close out the regular season, the Sixers went on to win against the Hurricanes in Hobart. Sydney were able to put on a par-score after winning the toss (6/153, Nic Maddinson - 68 runs). A good spell of bowling from Brett Lee (2/22) and Ian Moran at the death ensured the Sixers would reach the final. The Sixers went on the win the inaugural 2011–12 Big Bash League (BBL), defeating the Perth Scorchers at the WACA Ground. Again Lee (2/21) lead the Sixers attack as they were able to restrict Perth to 8/156. Moises Henriques guided the innings, scoring 70 runs to make light work of the run-chase. The Sixers winning with 7 balls to spare.[9]

2012–2013: BBL02[edit]

2012 Champions League Twenty20[edit]

By winning the inaugural 2011–12 Big Bash League, the Sixers earned the right to compete in the 2012 Champions League Twenty20 tournament. The Sixers were drawn into Group B along with the Chennai Super Kings, Mumbai Indians (India - Indian Premier League), Yorkshire (England - Twenty20 Cup) and Highveld Lions. The Sixers cruised through the Group Stage without too many difficulties. The batters blasted the Super Kings out of the park scoring 185/5 with the bowlers backing them up to win by 12 runs. Mitchell Starc tore through Yorkshire (96/9) to which the Sixers surpassed in 8.5 overs. The Sixers were able to overcome the Lions humble score (137/9) with and over to spare before making it four-from-four with an easy 12-run win over the Indians.

Their semi-final match against the Titans proved much more challenging. The Titans amassed a modest 163/5 with the Sixers needing all twenty to overs to secure the win. On the final delivery, Pat Cummins missed the ball entirely but the batters were able to scramble home for a bye despite Cummins colliding with the bowler.[10] The Final however, was in stark contrast. The Sixers attack, lead by Josh Hazlewood bundled out the Highveld Lions for a poultry 121 runs. They only needed 12.3 to blast home the runs with Michael Lumb thumping an unbeaten 82 runs.

Regular Season[edit]

The Sixers season ended in bitter disappointment, winning only two games and coming second last on the ladder. Needless-to-say, they did not qualify for the finals series.

2013–2014: BBL03[edit]

In what was effectively a very good regular season (only losing one of eight games) and coming second on the ladder the Sixers were left to rue what might have been as they were once again beaten by the Perth Scorchers in the semi-finals. In a rain-effected match, the Sixers target was reduced to 54 in 5 overs and the seemingly impossible target was realised when they fell short at 6/48.

2014–2015: BBL04[edit]

The Sixers put their BBL03 campaign behind them, signing some new faces whilst retaining the more experienced core group of players. The Sixers looked very good throughout the entire regular season winning five games, losing two games (to Perth Scorchers and Adelaide Strikers) in regular time and losing an absolutely enthralling Super Over to the Melbourne Stars.

Coming up against the Strikers in Adelaide (to whom they had already lost to in the season) they were able to get the job done easily in the end. Some big hitting (Nic Maddinson – 85 runs) setup a 4/181 scoreline before the bowlers were able to rip through the Strikers batting order, all-out for 94 runs. With a very poor record against the Perth Scorchers (aside from the BBL01 Big Final victory), the Sixers opened proceedings at Manuka Oval in Canberra for the 4th edition of the "Big Final". Some early wickets made it hard going for the Sixers with skipper Moises Henriques scoring a well-made 77 (before being run-out on the final delivery). The Scorchers steadily continued to pile on the runs with wickets in hand. Needing 8 runs off the final over, Brett Lee put in arguably his best Twenty20 performance in his final game of professional cricket. His first ball was expertly paddled for runs before Lee began to sting the opposition. With three balls remaining the Scorchers were destined to win with one needed. However, Lee wouldn't go away taking back-to-back wickets. Still requiring one more run, with Lee on a hat-trick, Yasir Arafat was able to flick the ball off his pads and the batsmen were able to scamper through for a single after the throw to the bowler's end was too hard for Henriques to catch and effect the run-out which would have brought the game to a Super Over.[11]

Colours[edit]

The Sixers play in a magenta strip. While a spokesperson from Cricket NSW alluded that the team's colours may have some connection with the "Pink dollar" and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, pink was ultimately chosen for reasons more related to McGrath Foundation, and to create a "really rock star, high-profile cricket team".[5] Orange and yellow had also been considered for the Sixers and cross-town rivals, Sydney Thunder, but Cricket NSW believed these colours were too similar to that of the Western Australian cricket team, the Wests Tigers (NRL) and the GWS Giants (AFL). Magenta, therefore, gave a unique identity for the team and attempted to create a reflection of the competition which was "new and vibrant."[5]

Home Ground[edit]

Ashes 2010-11 Sydney Test
Main article: Sydney Cricket Ground

The Sydney Sixers play out of the Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney. The stadium will have a capacity of 48,000 when the completion of redevelopments were finished in 2014 in time for The Ashes series between Australia and England. Apart of the makeover includes new state-of-art facilities and grandstand as well as one of the biggest video screens in the southern hemisphere.[12] The renovation is set to cost US$191 million.[13]

Rivalries[edit]

  • Sydney ThunderThe Sydney Derby – When the league began in 2011, Cricket Australia decided they would place two teams in Sydney. With the core group of players for both sides coming from the New South Wales cricket team this rivalry would become automatic. After four seasons of the BBL the Sixers are yet to lose to the Thunder in seven (7) games.
  • Perth Scorchers – Both teams have been competitive through the years with the Scorchers generally having the edge over the Sixers in some tight finishes. In BBL01 the Sixers gained bragging rights by securing the title in Perth. The Scorchers were able to enact revenge in BBL04 winning The Championship on the final ball. In BBL03 Perth recorded a fantastic win at the SCG in a Super Over when scores were level at the completion of 20 overs for each side. In 7 games, Sydney has won twice, Perth has won 4 times and there has been 1 tie (+ Perth win).

Players[edit]

For a list of all former and current Sydney Sixers players with a Wikipedia article, see Category:Sydney Sixers cricketers.

Current squad[edit]

Players with international caps are listed in bold.

No. Name Nat Birth date Batting Style Bowling Style Notes
Batsmen
45 Michael Lumb England (1980-02-12) 12 February 1980 (age 35) Left-handed Right arm medium Overseas player
49 Steve Smith Australia (1989-06-02) 2 June 1989 (age 25) Right-handed Right arm leg spin
53 Nic Maddinson Australia (1991-12-21) 21 December 1991 (age 23) Left-handed Left arm orthodox
27 Ed Cowan Australia (1982-06-16) 16 June 1982 (age 32) Left-handed Right arm leg spin
14 Jordan Silk Australia (1992-04-13) 13 April 1992 (age 23) Right-handed
All-rounders
21 Moises Henriques Australia (1987-02-01) 1 February 1987 (age 28) Right-handed Right arm fast medium Stand-in Captain
72 Stephen O'Keefe Australia (1984-12-09) 9 December 1984 (age 30) Right-handed Left arm orthodox
77 Sean Abbott Australia (1992-02-29) 29 February 1992 (age 23) Right-handed Right arm fast medium
23 Ben Dwarshuis Australia (1994-06-23) 23 June 1994 (age 20) Left-handed Left arm fast medium
94 Simon Keen Australia (1987-10-04) 4 October 1987 (age 27) Left-handed Right arm medium
Wicketkeepers
24 Brad Haddin Australia (1977-10-23) 23 October 1977 (age 37) Right-handed Captain
1 Ryan Carters Australia (1990-07-25) 25 July 1990 (age 24) Right-handed
50 Riki Wessels Australia (1985-11-12) 12 November 1985 (age 29) Right-handed Overseas player (Australian Born, plays domestic cricket in England)
Pace bowlers
58 Brett Lee Australia (1976-11-08) 8 November 1976 (age 38) Right-handed Right arm fast
56 Mitchell Starc Australia (1990-01-30) 30 January 1990 (age 25) Left-handed Left-arm fast medium
8 Josh Hazlewood Australia (1991-01-08) 8 January 1991 (age 24) Left-handed Right arm fast medium
4 Doug Bollinger Australia (1981-07-24) 24 July 1981 (age 33) Left-handed Left arm fast medium
9 Trent Copeland Australia (1986-03-14) 14 March 1986 (age 29) Right-handed Right arm fast medium
Spin bowlers
67 Nathan Lyon Australia (1987-11-20) 20 November 1987 (age 27) Right-handed Right arm off spin
6 Luke Doran Australia (1991-08-14) 14 August 1991 (age 23) Right-handed Left arm orthodox

Captains[edit]

Correct as at 4 February 2015[14]
Listed in order of appearance as captain

Name Period Matches Won Lost Tied NR  %
1 Australia Brad Haddin 2011-2013 15 11 4 0 0 73.33
2 Australia Steve Smith 2011-2014 11 8 2 1 0 77.27
3 Australia Moises Henriques 2013-2015 14 8 5 1 0 60.71
4 Australia Marcus North 2014 1 0 1 0 0 0.00
5 Australia Nic Maddinson 2015 1 1 0 0 0 100.00

Year by year history[edit]

Season Champions League Big Bash League
Qld Pld Won Loss NR Group Position Finals Place Pld Won Loss NR League Position Finals Place
2011–12 Did Not Qualify 7 (+2) 5 (+2) 2 (+0) 0 (+0) 3rd Champions
2012–13 4 (+2) 4 (+2) 0 (+0) 0 (+0) 1st Champions 8 3 5 0 7th DNQ
2013–14 Did Not Qualify 8 (+1) 6 (+0) 2 (+1) 0 (+0) 2nd Semi Finals
2014–15 Did Not Qualify 8 (+2) 5 (+1) 3 (+1) 0 (+0) 4th Runners Up

Records[edit]

Team Records[edit]

Result summary v. Opponent[edit]

Domestic teams
Opposition Pld W L T T+W T+L NR %
Adelaide Strikers 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 60.00
Brisbane Heat 4 4 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
Hobart Hurricanes 5 3 2 0 0 0 0 60.00
Melbourne Renegades 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 50.00
Melbourne Stars 4 1 2 1 0 1 0 37.50
Perth Scorchers 7 2 4 0 0 1 0 35.71
Sydney Thunder 7 7 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
International teams
Opposition Pld W L T T+W T+L NR %
Chennai Super Kings 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
Highveld Lions 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
Mumbai Indians 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
Titans 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 100.00
Yorkshire Carnegie 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 100.00


Source:stats.espncricinfo.com

Highest Totals[edit]

Rank Score Overs RR Inns Opposition Ground Tournament Date
1 185/5 20.0 9.25 1st Chennai Super Kings New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 2012 CLT20 Group Stage 14 Oct 2012 [15]
2 181/4 20.0 9.05 1st Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval, Adelaide BBL04 Semi-final 24 Jan 2015 [16]
3 180/7 20.0 9.00 1st Sydney Thunder Stadium Australia, Sydney BBL04 Rounds 27 Dec 2014 [17]
4 179/6 20.0 8.95 1st Hobart Hurricanes SCG, Sydney BBL03 Rounds 15 Jan 2014 [18]
5 176 20.0 8.80 1st Perth Scorchers SCG, Sydney BBL01 Rounds 18 Jan 2012 [19]
6 167/4 18.2 9.10 2nd Sydney Thunder SCG, Sydney BBL03 Rounds 21 Dec 2013 [20]
7 166/9 20.0 8.30 1st Melbourne Stars SCG, Sydney BBL01 Rounds 27 Dec 2011 [21]
8 164/8 20.0 8.20 2nd Titans SuperSport Park, Centurion 2012 CLT20 Semi-final 26 Oct 2012 [22]
9 161/6 20.0 8.05 1st Melbourne Renegades Docklands Stadium, Melbourne BBL01 Rounds 2 Jan 2012 [23]
10 159 19.4 8.08 2nd Adelaide Strikers SCG, Sydney BBL04 Rounds 14 Jan 2015 [24]

Lowest Totals[edit]

Rank Score Overs RR Inns Opposition Ground Tournament Date
1 99 17.3 5.65 2nd Perth Scorchers SCG, Sydney BBL04 Rounds 29 Dec 2014 [25]
2 113/9 20.0 5.65 1st Perth Scorchers SCG, Sydney BBL02 Rounds 16 Dec 2012 [26]
3 123/9 20.0 6.15 2nd Melbourne Stars SCG, Sydney BBL03 Rounds 29 Dec 2013 [27]
4 127/9 20.0 6.35 2nd Hobart Hurricanes Bellerive Oval, Hobart BBL01 Rounds 21 Dec 2011 [28]
5 135/6 20.0 6.75 1st Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval, Adelaide BBL02 Rounds 23 Dec 2012 [29]
6 136/7 20.0 6.80 1st Mumbai Indians Kingsmead, Durban 2012 CLT20 Group Stage 22 Oct 2012 [30]
7 140/8 20.0 7.00 1st Brisbane Heat The Gabba, Brisbane BBL03 Rounds 2 Jan 2014 [31]
8 147/5 20.0 7.35 1st Perth Scorchers Manuka Oval, Canberra BBL04 Final 28 Jan 2015 [32]
9 149 20.0 7.45 2nd Melbourne Renegades SCG, Sydney BBL02 Rounds 9 Jan 2013 [33]
10 150/6 20.0 7.50 2st[clarification needed] Melbourne Stars MCG, Melbourne BBL04 Rounds 5 Jan 2015 [34]

Batting Records[edit]

Most Runs[edit]

Batsman Years Mat Inns Runs
Michael Lumb 2011-current 35 35 904
Nic Maddinson 2011-current 37 36 901
Moises Henriques 2011-current 40 38 844
Steve Smith 2011-2014 26 24 594
Brad Haddin 2011-2013 15 15 395

Source: See full table at Cricinfo

High Scores[edit]

Batsman Runs BF Opponent Ground Tournament Date
Nic Maddinson 85 48 Adelaide Strikers Adelaide BBL04 Semi-final 24 Jan 2015 [16]
Nic Maddinson 84* 54 Melbourne Renegades SCG, Sydney BBL04 Rounds 19 Dec 2014 [35]
Michael Lumb 82* 42 Highveld Lions Johannesburg 2012 CLT20 Final 28 Oct 2012 [36]
Michael Lumb 80 61 Melbourne Stars MCG, Melbourne BBL04 Rounds 5 Jan 2015 [34]
Moises Henriques 77 57 Perth Scorchers Canberra BBL04 Final 28 Jan 2015 [32]

Highest Averages[edit]

Minimum 10 innings

Batsman Years Mat Inns Ave
Jordan Silk 2013-current 17 15 34.90
Steve Smith 2011-2014 26 24 31.26
Michael Lumb 2011-current 35 35 28.25
Brad Haddin 2011-2013 15 15 28.21
Nic Maddinson 2011-current 37 36 27.30

See full list at Cricinfo

Highest Strike Rates[edit]

Minimum 100 balls faced

Batsman Years SR Runs BF
Nic Maddinson 2011-current 131.91 901 683
Michael Lumb 2011-current 129.69 904 697
Ben Rohrer 2011-2012 129.24 137 106
Moises Henriques 2011-current 124.30 844 679
Jordan Silk 2013-current 124.19 349 281

Full table at Cricinfo

Most Fifties[edit]

Batsman Years Mat Inns 50+
Michael Lumb 2011-current 35 35 5
Nic Maddinson 2011-current 37 36 5
Steve Smith 2011-2014 26 24 4
Moises Henriques 2011-current 40 38 3
Brad Haddin 2011-2013 15 15 2
Jordan Silk 2013-current 17 15 2

Full table at Cricinfo

Most Sixes[edit]

Batsman Years Mat Inns 6s
Nic Maddinson 2011-current 37 36 34
Michael Lumb 2011-current 35 35 30
Moises Henriques 2011-current 40 38 23
Brad Haddin 2011-2013 15 15 17
Steve Smith 2011-2014 26 24 11

Bowling Records[edit]

Most Wickets[edit]

Bowler Seasons Mat Inns Wickets
Brett Lee 2011-2015 36 36 35
Mitchell Starc 2011-current 16 16 34
Josh Hazlewood 2011-current 20 20 28
Moises Henriques 2011-current 40 31 21
Stephen O'Keefe 2011-current 32 30 16

Best Bowling Figures[edit]

Bowler Ovr BBI Opposition Ground Tournament Date
Brett Lee 4.0 4/28 Perth Scorchers SCG, Sydney BBL03 10 Jan 2014 [37]
Nathan Lyon 4.0 3/14 Sydney Thunder Stadium Australia, Sydney BBL03 25 Jan 2014 [38]
Josh Hazlewood 4.0 3/16 Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval BBL03 5 Jan 2014 [39]
Mitchell Starc 2.3 3/17 Sydney Thunder Stadium Australia, Sydney BBL01 8 Jan 2012 [40]
Mitchell Starc 4.0 3/19 Highveld Lions Newlands, Cape Town 2012 CLT20 18 Oct 2012 [41]
Nathan Lyon 4.0 3/19 Sydney Thunder SCG, Sydney BBL04 22 Jan 2015 [42]

Partnerships[edit]

Highest Partnerships by Wicket[edit]

Wicket Runs Partners Opposition Ground Date
1st 124* MJ Lumb & BJ Haddin Highveld Lions New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 28 Oct 2012 [43]
2nd 90 NJ Maddinson & MC Henriques Melbourne Renegades SCG, Sydney 19 Dec 2014 [44]
3rd 83 BJ Haddin & SPD Smith Sydney Thunder SCG, Sydney 8 Dec 2012 [45]
4th 69 MJ Lumb & JC Silk Melbourne Stars MCG, Melbourne 5 Jan 2015 [46]
5th 98 MC Henriques & RGL Carters Perth Scorchers Manuka Oval, Canberra 28 Jan 2015 [47]
6th 54 SNJ O'Keefe & DLR Smith Melbourne Renegades SCG, Sydney 9 Jan 2013 [48]
54 JC Silk & SA Abbott Sydney Thunder SCG, Sydney 22 Jan 2015 [49]
7th 45 BJ Rohrer & DJ Thornley Melbourne Stars SCG, Sydney 27 Dec 2011 [50]
8th 26 BJ Rohrer & PJ Cummins Titans SuperSport Park, Centurion 26 Oct 2012 [51]
9th 48 JC Silk & NM Lyon Adelaide Strikers SCG, Sydney 14 Jan 2015 [52]
10th 21* B Lee & LW Feldman Perth Scorchers SCG, Sydney 16 Dec 2012 [53]

Source: stats.espncricinfo.com

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

International[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://bigbash.com.au/announcements/bbl-team-names
  2. ^ "Trevor Bayliss announced as coach of Sydney Sixers". Espncricinfo.com. Retrieved 2012-10-14. 
  3. ^ "Stuart Clark named General Manager". Espncricinfo.com. Retrieved 2012-10-14. 
  4. ^ "Moises leads Sixers to glory". ABC Radio Grandstand (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). 29 January 2012. Retrieved 28 January 2012. 
  5. ^ a b c Wu, Andrew (15 March 2011). "Sydney Thunder to clash with Sixers in Big Bash". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 15 March 2011. 
  6. ^ All-round Hurricanes ease to big win
  7. ^ Big Bash League Sixer v Scorchers Commentary
  8. ^ Sixers clinch thriller but Scorchers get home semi-final
  9. ^ Big Bash League, Final: Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers at Perth, Jan 28, 2012
  10. ^ Sydney Sixers in final after nailbiter
  11. ^ Scorchers defend BBL title in gripping final
  12. ^ "SCG set for makeover". Au.news.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2013-04-24. 
  13. ^ "SCG gets USD 191 million makeover before 2014 ashes". Thatscricket.com. 2012-01-03. Retrieved 2013-04-24. 
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