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Shakib to feature in big bash 2014 for Melbourne Renegades

Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan has been taken by the Big Bash League team Melbourne Renegades. Shakib was earlier played for Adelaide Strikers and has some experience in playing in BBL. This is an encouraging move for Shakib, who had feeling comfort earlier this year when the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) had given permission for him to play in T20 leagues across the world. Shakib Al Hasan inclusion will certainly boost Renegades says Coach Simon Helmot. “Shakib is great pick for our squad in January and we’re looking forward to having him in our team. We were looking for someone who could contribute with ball and bat for us call on the top-ranked T20 all rounder in the world is good one. He will bring plenty of experience and cool nature under pressure.” Shakib will able to join the Renegades in January 2015 and will be begin his campaign against the Hobart Hurricanes in their home town.


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