Big Bash Star Cameron Boyce Becomes First Adelaide Strikers Player to Re-Sign

Adelaide Strikers lock in spinner Cameron Boyce with a two-year contract extension after his standout performance in Big BBL 13.

In a major boost for the Adelaide Strikers, Australian spinner Cameron Boyce has officially inked a two-year contract extension with the Big Bash League (BBL) club, marking the first re-signing for the Strikers this off-season.

The decision to retain Cameron Boyce comes on the heels of his stellar display in Big BBL 13, where he played a pivotal role in steering the Strikers to the finals, clinching an impressive 14 wickets throughout the season. Notably, Boyce etched his name in the record books by becoming the 10th player to achieve the milestone of 100 Big Bash wickets, standing out as only the second spin bowler to accomplish this feat.

Expressing his enthusiasm for the contract extension, Boyce highlighted the appeal of playing under head coach Jason Gillespie, affectionately known as Dizzy. He stated, “It was pretty enticing to come and play under Dizzy and just to be backed again. I’m happy to have that feeling of being a backed player and a really important part of the squad.”

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Boyce also emphasized the allure of representing Adelaide, particularly the experience of playing at the Adelaide Oval in front of a passionate crowd. He expressed optimism about the team’s potential, stating, “We saw the progress of the team, and it’s nice to think that if we keep the core group together and start the season where we finished off this year, we could be more dangerous.”

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