Luke Wright & Melbourne Stars

Luke James Wright (born 7 March 1985) is an English cricketer. The Melbourne Stars is a franchise in Australia's newly announced Twenty20 cricket competition, the Big Bash League. 5.0/5

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former Melbourne Stars batsman Luke Wright did the same diesel/petrol trick as young Ben !
LIVE: Stars lose White in run chase: THE Melbourne Stars lost the wicket of captain Cameron White after he and partner Luke Wright ma...
Luke Wright scoring runs again for Melbourne Stars. Big mystery why he can't do it at international level.
Sussex's Luke Wright makes 45 from only 37 balls for the Melbourne Stars this morning in their first outing of this season's Big Bash
OUT! Luke Wright has been caught by Ross off the bowling of Botha for 45. Melbourne Stars 2/83
Semi final 1: Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes  Melbourne Stars are unbeaten this year, and are having by far their best season in the competition, for once living up to their name. Glenn Maxwell was the best player in the whole competition before he was drafted to play for Australia, while Jackson Bird was the best bowler before, well, ditto. James Faulkner was also going very well before, well, ditto. And Clint McKay. And James Muirhead. And Cameron White. And Matthew Wade. Oh and most recently even Brad Hodge has joined the party. Not to forget that Luke Wright is now playing for England. But in spite of losing 9 of their best players they are still unbeaten. Lasith Malinga was the 10th good player lost, due to injury concerns, but Sri Lanka has allowed him to come back in the semi finals, as apparently he wasn't so injured to miss a match, it was just precautionary.  With Faulkner and Bird now out injured, they will definitely not play but there is a chance that the others will, as Australia wil ...
The KFC T20 Big Bash League has today announced the finalists for the Player of the Tournament award. The finalists are... Jackson Bird (Melbourne Stars) Ben Dunk (Hobart Hurricanes) John Hastings (Melbourne Stars) Moises Henriques (Sydney Sixers) Brad Hodge (Melbourne Stars) Mike Hussey (Sydney Thunder) Chris Lynn (Brisbane Heat) Luke Wright (Melbourne Stars) So the Melbourne Stars dominating there with four players getting into that very good group of players... Very strange that no Perth Scorchers players have gotten in here with Brad Hogg having a very good year for the Scorchers as well as Yasir Arafat and lastly the amazing skipper Simon Katich but however well done to those eight players who got into that group which the winner wins the award of the Player of the Tournament for the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash for season 3!
A flurry of Melbourne Stars guns will represent Australia in the coming weeks. Congratulations Jackson Bird and James Faulkner who were named in a 15-man squad for next month's Test Tour of South Africa. Faulkner, Glenn Maxwell, James Muirhead, Matthew Wade and Cameron White have all been named in the 14-player squad for the upcoming KFC T20 Internationals against England. Luke Wright will represent England in the T20I's. Well done to Matthew Wade who will join Faulkner, Wade & McKay in Australia's ODI squad for the remaining two matches.
A big win by the Melbourne Stars last night winning by 9 wickets and also having 22 balls to spare. The Renegades won the toss and elected to bat on a good batting surface but Jackson Bird ripped through the Renegades top order bagging 3/24, the Renegades were in serious trouble at one stage when they were 3/17 but Aaron Finch was amazing with his 84/55 and Tom Cooper was great with Finch with 60/44, the Renegades ended up with 5/163. The Stars cruised to victory with the only hiccup was Luke Wright which he was caught by Hill bowled O'Brien for 17, Cameron White and Glenn Maxwell innings helped the Stars to stay undefeated with White scoring man of the match honours with a amazing 84/49 and Glenn Maxwell with a quick 58 from 28!
3 overs gone and the Melbourne Stars are 0/36 great start from Luke Wright and Cameron White
Wrap-Up - Match 1, KFC BBL - Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades. Friday, December 20, 2013 7:45pm, MCG Toss: Renegades who chose to field The Melbourne Stars have begun their quest for bragging rights this season with an emphatic 76 run victory over the Renegades. The home side rocketed to a flying start thanks to a terrific 70 from Luke Wright, striking at better than 200. Captain Cameron White's self-promotion to the top of the order repaid with interest as he put together a well-compiled 53, to form a 95-run opening stand with Wright to lay the foundation. And they did, as the Stars helped themselves to a delightful total of 7-208 from their 20 overs. At times poor bowling from the Renegades was costly and it was punished accordingly by the Stars brutal batting. Brad Hodge chipped in with 30, while David Hussey and Marcus Stoinis provided some useful camoes in the middle-order. The famous 'Murali' was the best of the Renegade bowlers, along with Nathan Rimmington. The pair claiming three wickets bet ...
Test paceman Jackson Bird made an outstanding return from injury after a blistering Luke Wright innings as the Melbourne Stars easily won their Big Bash League opener.
Although Luke Wright took kissing the badge to a ridiculous low by kissing the Melbourne Stars franchise badge
Luke Wright (the English cricketer currently playing for the Melbourne Stars) is my new facecast for Logan Wright from Dalton. His eyes are the wrong colour but other than that he fits the description pretty well. ~Scarfy got to see him play tonight at the MCG
Great knock in the Big Bash from Sussex's Luke Wright this morning as he hits 53 from 41 deliveries for Melbourne Stars against the Melbourne Renegades
Wonder why Luke Wright is warming the Pune Warriors India's bench? He was impressive for Melbourne Stars in the Big Bash League!
Sussex & England all-rounder Luke Wright smashes fastest century in Big Bash history for Melbourne Stars off just 45 balls.
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