Australian fast bowler Tayla Vlaeminck has returned to the Melbourne Renegades in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
He has been signed with a two-year deal despite being unavailable for the upcoming season of the tournament due to an injury.
Tayla started with WBBL club Renegades, where she played for three seasons before moving to the Hobart Hurricanes.
Tayla said, “I’m really excited that I’ve decided to come back to the Renegades. It’s like a homey atmosphere. I grew up with Sophie and ‘Wolf’ (Georgia). I’ve obviously been through a lot before.” Played with the girls in Renegades, so I know everyone really well.”
In last year’s WBBL, Tayla took 13 wickets in 14 matches for the Hurricanes with an economy rate of 6.06. But in January, Tayla missed the series due to an injury during the Women’s Ashes T20 and was ruled out of several major tournaments.
“We’re starting to make good progress now, which is good. I obviously won’t be playing this season, but hopefully I’ll be able to contribute off the field, still be around girls and some bowlers,” she said. I’ll help.”
Renegades general manager James Rosengarten revealed that Tayla’s deal was made with a view to the future.
He added, “We are excited to bring Tayla to the Renegades and have her be an important part of our future.
There are very few players who have the same skill set as Tayla. She is a match winner with the ball and has the best of the world. Has the pace and skill to challenge the batsmen.”
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