Just to clarify, the word current means players who haven’t retired from national duty.
Moises Henriques – Kolkata
38 runs @ av 19 sr 95 hs 30*
2 wickets @ 53 econ 8.79 bb 1/32
No one could quite understand how he kept getting a game, or the new ball. Is a very talented young kid, but maybe, just maybe, he should perform at the level below before he is given an opportunity.
David Hussey – Kolkata
98 runs @ av 24 sr 166 hs 43
0 wickets econ 8.5
Came late onto a ship that had already sunk, and decided to swing away. Looked in top touch, but kept getting out after amazing starts. Had a way better strike rate than McCullum or Gayle.
Lee Carseldine – Rajasthan
81 runs @ av 20.25 sr 119 hs 39
1 wicket @ 6 econ 6 bb 1/6
Came in first game and just smacked the ball everywhere when no one else could get the ball off the square, sadly that was about all he did in the tournament. Interestingly only bowled one over.
Rob Quiney – Rajasthan
103 runs @ av 14.7 sr 100.98 hs 51
Hit his first ball in the IPL for 6, then went out. Only really got two starts, and showed glimpses of his talent, but good spinners slowed him down or got him out. Hopefully he has learnt some good lessons, and will be able to score more consistently for Victoria.
Shane Harwood – Rajasthan
9 runs (no outs) sr 62 hs 6*
3 wickets @ 24.3 econ 7.30 bb 2/25
Only played 3 games, but did look dangerous. Rajasthan were more worried with making runs so he and Morne spent most of their time on the bench.
Luke Ronchi – Mumbai Indians
0 runs from 1 game
Sachin went into panic mode about half way through the tournament and threw Luke one game. He was run out for a duck.
Simon Katich – Punjab
145 runs @ av 16 sr 123 hs 50
His 50 was sensational, as good as I have seen the krab time the ball, but struggled other than that. 2020 really wasn’t made for him, and had his coach not been Moody, I doubt he would played too often.
George Bailey – Chennai
45 runs @ av 22.5 sr 115 hs 30
In both of his innings he looked in top form, and in both of them he ran himself out. The good news was smilin’ George looked completely at home at this level of cricket.
Andrew McDonald – Delhi
3 runs @ av 3 sr 75 hs 3
0 wickets (3 overs) econ 7.33 bb 0/22
Only played the one game when Delhi were resting players, and got a sensational Yorker from Anil Kumble.
Luke Pomersbach – Punjab
41 runs @ av 10.25 sr 83 hs 26
Looked out of touch, and small. When Luke is at his best he looks like a Hayden type bully, here he looked like a mouse imitating a flea.