Brisbane Heat Release Chris Lynn BBL 2022-23 After 11 Years
The Brisbane Heat did not do well at all in the last edition of the Australian domestic T20 league Big Bash. Brisbane Heat Release Chris Lynn BBL 2022-23 After 11 Years. Chris Lynn was angry with the team which is why the Big Bash team has severed ties with him for 11 years.
A statement from the club confirmed the matter on Wednesday (May 11th). In the eleventh edition of the Big Bash, he played 12 matches with the bat and scored a total of 215 runs. Fifty is only 1. After such a performance, Brisbane did not agree to renew the contract with the 32-year-old batsman.
Before the start of the 11th edition of the Big Bash 2022-23, however, Lynn stepped down as captain of the team. He has been replaced by Jimmy Pearson. As a result, Brisbane had no problem ending their 11-year relationship with Lynn.
Lynn has led the team in 50 matches for the franchise in eleven years. He has played 102 matches for Brisbane this season. He has scored more than three thousand runs (3005). He is still the top run-getter in the history of the Big Bash.
Regarding the non-renewal of the contract with Lynn, Brisbane chief executive Terry Svensson said: “It was a decision that was not easy to make. Chris and his accomplishments have left an indelible mark on the club. For more than a decade, his efforts have had a huge positive impact on cricket.
On his departure, Svensson did not forget to wish Lin good luck. He added, ‘Hit wants nothing more than good luck for his future. Good luck for the rest of his career. I sincerely thank him for playing in Queensland and for his commitment. ”
Ian Haley, chairman of the Queensland Cricket Recruitment and Retention Committee, said: ‘Thousands of people will miss Chris Lin. But he also left a legacy of what we as a club have decided to do as a player, captain and hit ambassador. ”
Lin also holds the record for most sixes (180) in a Big Bash competition. The 32-year-old batsman is expected to be quick to join the new club even if Brisbane releases him. Currently, clubs can negotiate even if there is a ban on player contracts.