England batsman Liam Livingstone has re-committed to the Perth Scorchers for the upcoming version of the Huge Bash League (BBL).
Livingstone loved a blistering debut BBL season final 12 months, smashing 425 runs at a median of 30.36 and a strike fee of 142.62, forming an essential opening partnership with Josh Inglis. His standout efficiency in BBL 9 got here in opposition to the Adelaide Strikers when he belted seven sixes on his technique to 79 in a 54-ball blitz.
“I cherished my time with Perth final season, I can not wait to get again on the market and get that orange taking part in shirt again on.I loved opening the batting final 12 months and fashioned an amazing partnership with ‘Ingo’, hopefully we are able to choose up the place we left off and proceed to entertain the Perth supporters,” Livingstone mentioned in a press release.
“The Scorchers have a wealthy historical past within the BBL, hopefully we are able to begin the season robust and add one other Huge Bash title to the gathering,” he added.
Perth Scorchers coach Adam Voges mentioned: “It is terrific that Liam has agreed to hitch us once more for BBL 10, he made an amazing impression final season ending as one of many competitors’s main run scorers.”
“He fitted in very properly with our group and alongside together with his useful leg spin and energetic fielding, he brings a wealth of expertise to the workforce,” he added.