Fans will be pleased to see economical paceman Clint McKay return for the Melbourne Stars in BBL|02.
The seamer hit career-best form in his first season with the Stars, which sparked his recall into Australia’s limited overs squads where he has continued his stellar form.
In BBL|01 we saw the paceman used his variations – particularly his well disguised slower ball – to great effect claiming 11 wickets for the tournament and an impressive T20 economy rate of 7.52.
The 29-year-olds return to national colours is a phenomenal achievement given his lengthy absence from the game due to a series injury in 2011. His laid-back personality naturally plays down such feats but McKay is undoubtedly one of Australia’s best short format bowlers.
Off the field, you can normally find ‘CMac’ somewhere near the water, he loves nothing more than going for a surf in Torquay when he’s at home. The beachside town is his favourite holiday destination and a place he’d one day like to call home.