With the Renegades’ spinners running amok during BBL|02, “Nev” was an unsung hero of the tournament.
No batsman in the tournament could pick which way Murali was going to turn the ball, or when Marlon was going to fire in his quicker one, but it was all in a day’s work behind the pegs for Nev .
With the stick, Nev was a handy player to come in at number six – but with Finchy and Rohrs getting the job done at the top, he got limited time in the middle but still managed to average over 26.
Quality gloveman who recently spent time in the West Indies as a back-up wicket-keeper for the Australians. Expansive middle order batsman and great clubman
The former Australian under-17 wicket-keeper has signed until the end of BBL|04 so Renegades fans can rest easy knowing their side has one of the best glovemen going around.