All of the squads for the upcoming BBL06 season have been finalised, so find your team’s full squad below!
The Strikers have made five changes to their squad from last year, with big hitter Ben Dunk and England international Chris Jordan the headline inclusions this summer.
Squad: Brad Hodge (c), Wes Agar, Alex Carey, Jonathon Dean, Ben Dunk, Travis Head, Jon Holland, Chris Jordan (OS), Ben Laughlin, Jake Lehmann, Tim Ludeman, Michael Neser, Kieron Pollard (OS), Kane Richardson, Craig Simmons, Kelvin Smith, Billy Stanlake, Jake Weatherald
Captain Bendon McCullum feels like a new signing after not playing during BBL05, while Alex Ross comes to Brisbane via Adelaide as the biggest of the Heat’s three new players.
Squad: Brendon McCullum (c, OS), Samuel Badree (OS) Joe Burns, Ben Cutting, Alex Doolan, Andrew Fekete, Luke Feldman, Jason Floros, Sam Heazlett, Marnus Labuschagne, Josh Lalor, Chris Lynn, James Peirson, Nathan Reardon, Alex Ross, Mark Steketee, Mitchell Swepson, Jack Wildermuth.
Hobart made five changes to their roster, with England superstar Stuart Broad one of the biggest signings of the entire tournament.
Squad: Tim Paine (c), George Bailey, James Bazley, Cameron Boyce, Stuart Broad (OS), Dan Christian, Hamish Kingston, Ben McDermott, Dominic Michael, Simon Milenko, Sam Rainbird, Jake Reed, Clive Rose, Kumar Sangakkara (OS), D’Arcy Short, Shaun Tait, Beau Webster, Jonathan Wells.
Spinners Brad Hogg and Sunil Narine make the move to Melbourne to join the Renegades, while controversial star Chris Gayle leaving the squad.
Squad: Aaron Finch (c), Tom Beaton, Dwayne Bravo (OS), Tom Cooper, Xavier Doherty, Callum Ferguson, Marcus Harris, Brad Hogg, Sunil Narine (OS), Peter Nevill, James Pattinson, Nathan Rimmington, Matthew Short, Peter Siddle, Chris Tremain, Matthew Wade, Cameron White, Nick Winter.
After making the final of last season’s competition, the Melbourne Stars have kept the same 18-man squad for BBL06.
Squad: David Hussey (c), Michael Beer, Scott Boland, James Faulkner, Sebastian Gotch, Evan Gulbis, Peter Handscomb, Sam Harper, John Hastings, Ben Hilfenhaus, Glenn Maxwell, Kevin Pietersen (OS), Robert Quiney, Marcus Stoinis, Tom Triffitt, Dan Worrall, Luke Wright (OS), Adam Zampa.
Former Ashes rivals Mitchell Johnson and Ian Bell will both line up for Perth in this season’s competition, as the pair will bring vast experience and excitement to the Scorchers side.
Squad: Adam Voges (c), Ashton Agar, Cameron Bancroft, Jason Behrendorff, Ian Bell (OS) Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Klinger, Mitch Marsh, Shaun Marsh, James Muirhead, Joel Paris, Jhye Richardson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Sam Whiteman, David Willey (OS).
England pair Jason Roy and Sam Billings take up the two overseas spots in the Sixers side, and will be joined by Test hopeful Joe Mennie and NSW batsman Dan Hughes.
Squad: Moises Henriques (c), Sean Abbott, Sam Billings (OS) Jackson Bird, Doug Bollinger, Johan Botha, Ryan Carters, Ben Dwarshuis, Brad Haddin, Josh Hazlewood, Daniel Hughes, Nathan Lyon, Nic Maddinson, Joe Mennie, Stephen O’Keefe, Jason Roy (OS) Jordan Silk, Mitchell Starc.
As the defending champions, the Thunder have made four changes to their roster, as England captain Eoin Morgan leadings the inclusions. The void left by Mike Hussey and Jacques Kallis will certainly be felt, but the Sydney squad led by Shane Watson is strong enough to overcome the losses.
Squad: Shane Watson (c), Fawad Ahmed, Aiden Blizzard, Patrick Cummins, Jake Doran, Ryan Gibson, Chris Green, Chris Hartley, Usman Khawaja, Nathan McAndrew, Alister McDermott, Clint McKay, Eoin Morgan (OS), Arjun Nair, Kurtis Patterson, Ben Rohrer, Andre Russell (OS), Gurinder Sandhu