I was wondering about crowds for the BBL and how they were going for this season. TBH I’m not surprised they’re down. I have several theories: too many games, too many players we’ve never heard of (and not enough we have heard of!) and dull games.Ian4 said:Its a novelty that has already seen its best days behind it. Crowds are down over 25% this season so far. And will probably slide even further considering the extended season.
Ian4 said:Its a novelty that has already seen its best days behind it. Crowds are down over 25% this season so far. And will probably slide even further considering the extended season.
Legends of 2017 said:Test cricket went too long so they brought in the 50 over game.
The fifty over game seems to go for too long now for the youth of today so they brought in Twenty20.
Now that seems to be waning and goes too long so I see there is a Ten10 competition that was going on just recently.
Pretty soon it will just be the captains going out to see who wins a coin toss and that will be all
23.21.159 said:I live OS and have the Cricket Australia app and I have a logon but have not paid for anything.
This allows me to watch most (not all) Big Bash games. For example, the one on now is not viewable.
Does anyone know what the difference is?
TigerForce said:Why people waste time and money on this rubbish I'll never know. It's more boring than watching a training run.
The Renegades are more the #lolnorf of the BBL. They Bradburyed the championship a couple of years ago, but have been woeful ever since.Looking for the bIg Double again this year as in 2017-18 ..in 2020-21
Richmond Tigers and the Melbourne Renegades -Premierships
Crap season for the Mighty Renegades .. but a least we beat the Stars woooooo
Yeah the Renegades have a few promising kids in there line up ..Mackenzie Harvey ,agree mate going to be a top player in a few years , Jake Fraser-McGurk is another one .I was wondering if the Stars even knew what a yorker was last night. Watching them smash Coulter Nile around in that penultimate over. He then thought, yeah I'll try a yorker (not at the feet despite needing a wicket) but out wide to the guy that was 2m tall and not the short guy at the other end.
Cricketers aren't brain surgeons haha.
But boy can Mackenzie Harvey kit the ball, ironic that this website says he's a rightie. I'm pretty sure I was watching a leftie last night.