Brisbane Heat
Personnel
CaptainAustralia Jimmy Peirson
CoachAustralia Wade Seccombe
Team information
Colours  Teal
Founded2011
Home groundThe Gabba
Capacity42,000
History
BBL wins1 (BBL02)
CLT20 winsNil
Official websitebrisbaneheat.com.au

T20 Kit

Seasons

The Brisbane Heat are an Australian men's professional Twenty20 franchise cricket team that competes in the Big Bash League. The Heat wears a teal uniform and are based in Brisbane in the Australian state Queensland. Their home ground is the Brisbane Cricket Ground, also known as The Gabba.[1][2][3]

In their second season, they won the Big Bash League for the first time and so qualified for the Champions League Twenty20.[4]

Squad

The current squad of the Brisbane Heat for the 2021–22 Big Bash League season as of 23 November 2021.

S/N Name Nat. Date of birth (age) Batting style Bowling style Notes
Batters
3 Hugo Burdon Australia (2001-11-29) 29 November 2001 (age 20) Right-handed Right-arm leg-break Replacement player
5 Sam Heazlett Australia (1995-09-12) 12 September 1995 (age 26) Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox International Cap
13 Jake Lehmann Australia (1992-07-08) 8 July 1992 (age 29) Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Replacement player
17 Max Bryant Australia (1999-03-10) 10 March 1999 (age 23) Right-handed Right-arm medium
24 Bryce Street Australia (1998-01-25) 25 January 1998 (age 24) Right-handed Right-arm medium Replacement player
26 Tom Cooper Netherlands (1986-11-26) 26 November 1986 (age 35) Right-handed Right-arm off-break Australian passport and International Cap
28 Tom Abell England 5 March 1994 (age 27) Right-handed Right-arm medium Visa contract
39 Fakhar Zaman Pakistan (1990-04-10) 10 April 1990 (age 32) Left-Handed Slow left-arm orthodox Visa Contract and International Cap
50 Chris Lynn Australia (1990-04-10) 10 April 1990 (age 32) Right-handed Left-arm orthodox International Cap
84 Jack Clayton Australia (1999-02-25) 25 February 1999 (age 23) Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Replacement player
All-rounders
1 Nathan McSweeney Australia (1999-03-08) 8 March 1999 (age 23) Right-handed Right-arm off-break Replacement player
7 James Bazley Australia (1995-04-08) 8 April 1995 (age 27) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast
20 Michael Neser Australia (1990-03-29) 29 March 1990 (age 32) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast International Cap
24 Jack Wildermuth Australia (1993-09-01) 1 September 1993 (age 28) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast International Cap
33 Marnus Labuschagne Australia (1994-06-22) 22 June 1994 (age 27) Right-handed Right-arm leg-break International Cap
99 Steve McGiffin Australia (1997-04-16) 16 April 1997 (age 25) Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast Replacement player
Wicketkeepers
16 Ben Duckett England (1994-10-17) 17 October 1994 (age 27) Left-handed Right-arm off-break Visa Contract and International Cap
33 Lachlan Pfeffer Australia (1991-04-08) 8 April 1991 (age 31) Left-handed - Replacement player
59 Jimmy Peirson Australia (1992-10-13) 13 October 1992 (age 29) Right-handed - Captain
Pace bowlers
2 Cameron Gannon United States (1989-01-23) 23 January 1989 (age 33) Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Australian passport, replacement player and International Cap
6 Mark Steketee Australia (1994-01-17) 17 January 1994 (age 28) Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium
8 Will Prestwidge Australia (2002-01-15) 15 January 2002 (age 20) Left-handed Right-arm fast Replacement player
18 Liam Guthrie Australia (1997-05-09) 9 May 1997 (age 24) Left-handed Left-arm fast
19 Xavier Bartlett Australia (1998-12-17) 17 December 1998 (age 23) Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium
22 David Grant Australia (1997-03-24) 24 March 1997 (age 25) Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Replacement player
38 Matthew Willans Australia (2000-12-18) 18 December 2000 (age 21) Right-handed Left-arm fast  ** 
42 Connor Sully Australia (2000-10-24) 24 October 2000 (age 21) Right-handed Right arm fast-medium  ** 
78 Ronan McDonald Australia (1992-06-30) 30 June 1992 (age 29) Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Replacement player
Spin bowlers
4 Mitchell Swepson Australia (1993-10-04) 4 October 1993 (age 28) Right-handed Right Arm leg break International Cap
30 Matthew Kuhnemann Australia (1996-09-20) 20 September 1996 (age 25) Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox
38 Paddy Dooley Australia (1997-05-17) 17 May 1997 (age 24) Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Replacement player
45 Jack Wood Australia (1996-10-01) 1 October 1996 (age 25) Right-handed Left-arm unorthodox spin Replacement player
88 Mujeeb Ur Rahman Afghanistan (2001-03-28) 28 March 2001 (age 21) Right-handed Right-arm off break Visa contract and International Cap

Administration and support staff

Role Name
Head Coach Wade Seccombe
Assistant Coach Darren Lehmann
Batting Coach James Hopes
Bowling Coach Andy Bichel

Captains list

[5] Name Years captain Captained Won Lost Tied[*] NR %[**]
1 Peter Forrest 2011–12 6 3 3 0 0 50.00%
2 James Hopes 2011–2015 24 9 15 0 0 37.50%
3 Chris Hartley 2013 2 2 0 0 0 100.00%
4 Daniel Vettori 2013 1 0 1 0 0 0.00%
5 Chris Lynn 2015–2021 48 21 26 0 1 44.68%
6 Brendon McCullum 2016-2018 18 8 9 1 0 47.22%
7 Joe Burns 2017 1 1 0 0 0 100.00%
8 Jimmy Peirson 2020-2021 5 3 2 0 0 60.00%

^* Includes matches determined by a Super Over ^** Ties counted as half a win

Big Bash League 2011/12

After losing their first four matches of the season, the Heat finished strong, winning their final three games. They finished in 5th place, one place below semi-final qualification. James Hopes was supposed to captain the team, but missed the whole tournament due to injury. Peter Forrest led the team instead. Brendon McCullum missed some matches while playing in the HRV Cup in New Zealand simultaneously. Fellow New Zealander Daniel Vettori missed a few games because of injury.

Date Opponent Venue Result
16 December 2011 Australia Sydney Sixers Sydney Cricket Ground Lost by 6 wickets
20 December 2011 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Lost by 8 runs
29 December 2011 Australia Perth Scorchers WACA Ground Lost by 10 runs
3 January 2012 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Lost by 31 runs
6 January 2012 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Won by 3 runs, MoM- Australia Matthew Hayden 76 (51)
12 January 2012 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Won by 12 runs, MoM- New Zealand Daniel Vettori 40 (25) and 0/27 (4 Overs)
17 January 2012 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba Won by 91 runs, MoM- Australia Daniel Christian 75* (47) and 1/17 (4 Overs)
Overall Record of 3–4 in BBL|01

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 5/8

Big Bash League 2012/13

Heat won four matches and lost four matches in the league stage, sneaking into the semi-finals thanks to net run-rate. In the semi-final the Heat met the Renegades, who finished the league in first place. Luke Pomersbach scored 112* to help the Heat upset the Renegades.

Final

Brisbane Heat defeated the Perth Scorchers in the 2012/13 Big Bash League final. The match was played at the WACA Ground on 19 January 2013.[4]

Captain James Hopes was unable to play due to injury, so Chris Hartley led the team instead and won the toss, choosing to bat first.[4] Joe Burns top scored for Brisbane with 43 runs off 27 balls, in a total of 167. Jason Behrendorff took 2 wickets for the Scorchers.[6]

In reply, Perth Scorchers scored 133 for the loss of nine wickets from their 20 overs, losing by 34 runs. Adam Voges was the highest scorer with 49 runs from 32 deliveries. Barbadian Kemar Roach took 3 wickets for 18 runs. Nathan Hauritz was named man of the match after bowling three overs for 11 runs and taking three catches.[4][6]

Date Opponent Venue Result
9 December 2012 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 8 wickets
13 December 2012 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Won by 3 wickets, MoM- Australia Luke Pomersbach 65 (39)
18 December 2012 Australia Perth Scorchers The Gabba Lost by 9 wickets (D/L)
22 December 2012 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Lost by 6 wickets, MoM- Australia Ben Cutting 2/12 (4 Overs)
28 December 2012 Australia Sydney Thunder Stadium Australia Won by 5 wickets, MoM- Australia Daniel Christian 5/26 (4 overs)
3 January 2013 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Won by 24 runs, MoM- Australia James Hopes 49 (40) and 3/28 (4 Overs)
7 January 2013 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 5 wickets
12 January 2013 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Bellerive Oval Won by 8 wickets, MoM- Australia Luke Pomersbach 82 (42)
Finals Series
15 January 2013 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Won by 15 runs, MoM- Australia Luke Pomersbach 112* (70)
19 January 2013 Australia Perth Scorchers WACA Ground Won by 34 runs, MoM- Australia Nathan Hauritz 0/11 (3 Overs) and 3 catches
Overall Record of 6–4 in BBL|02

Big Bash League Champions (1/8)

Big Bash League 2013/14

The team started well, winning their first game against the Perth Scorchers, but then lost the next three games. However, the Heat finished well, winning two of their last three games. They lost the Do-or-die match against Hobart Hurricanes by 40 runs, so giving the Hurricanes the last qualifying spot, leaving the Heat to finish in 5th place. There were good signs for the Heat as Cameron Gannon was the leading wicket taker in the Big Bash, snaring 18 wickets at an average of less than 12 – with best bowling of 4–10. Daniel Vettori was economical with the ball, going for just above six an over and picking up 7 wickets. Chris Lynn was the Heat's highest run scorer, with 198 runs in the season, closely followed by Dan Christian who made 186 runs at an average of 46.5.[7]

Date Opponent Venue Result
22 December 2013 Australia Perth Scorchers The Gabba Won by 3 wickets, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 81 (53)
28 December 2013 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 3 wickets
30 December 2013 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Lost by 57 runs
2 January 2014 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 4 runs
8 January 2014 Australia Sydney Thunder Stadium Australia Won by 48 runs, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 56 (35)
11 January 2014 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Lost by 3 wickets
18 January 2014 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Won by 32 runs, MoM- New Zealand Daniel Vettori 2/10 (4 Overs)
23 January 2014 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Bellerive Oval Lost by 40 runs
Overall Record of 3–5 in BBL|03

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 5/8

Big Bash League 2014/15

Brisbane Heat lost their first match against Thunder, but bounced back to defeat the Melbourne Stars by one run in a thrilling contest. The Heat then lost five consecutive games, but beat the Hurricanes by 18 runs in their final match of the season. Brisbane Heat finished in last place, winning only two of eight games. Consequently, Stuart Law resigned as coach and James Hopes as captain. Brisbane Heat won the wooden spoon off the Sydney Thunder, who finished last in each of the first 3 seasons of the BBL.

Date Opponent Venue Result
21 December 2014 Australia Sydney Thunder ANZ Stadium Lost by 56 runs
28 December 2014 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Won by 1 run, MoM- Australia Ryan Duffield 3/28 (4 overs)
2 January 2015 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Blundstone Arena Lost by 6 wickets
4 January 2015 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Lost by 5 wickets
8 January 2015 Australia Perth Scorchers #TheFurnace Lost by 8 wickets
11 January 2015 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 6 wickets
13 January 2015 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Lost by 5 wickets
15 January 2015 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Won by 18 runs, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 81 (35)
Overall Record of 2–6 in BBL|04

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 8/8

Big Bash League 2015/16

After retiring from playing, Daniel Vettori signed a 3-year contract to be coach of the franchise. Chris Lynn became the captain for the tournament following the resignation of James Hopes. The Heat signed Josh Lalor, Andrew Fekete (cricketer), Alex Doolan, as well as snapping up West Indian pair Samuel Badree and Lendl Simmons. Rookies Jack Wildermuth and Mitchell Swepson also joined the Heat. They lost their first four matches, before beating the Thunder. The Heat then lost to Strikers, but finished well, beating the Sixers and Stars in their last two matches. The Heat finished 6th in the table with 3 wins and 5 losses. Captain Chris Lynn was tournament's leading run-scorer and was also named Player of the Tournament. He smashed 378 runs in 8 matches, including a century against Hobart Hurricanes in a losing cause.

Date Opponent Venue Result
19 December 2015 Australia Melbourne Renegades The Gabba Lost by 7 wickets
22 December 2015 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Blundstone Arena Lost by 20 runs
26 December 2015 Australia Perth Scorchers #The Furnace Lost by 9 wickets
29 December 2015 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 15 runs, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 101(51)
3 January 2016 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba Won by 6 wickets, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 75 (32)
8 January 2016 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Lost by 8 wickets
10 January 2016 Australia Sydney Sixers Sydney Cricket Ground Won by 6 runs, MoM- Australia Joe Burns 60(51)
14 January 2016 Australia Melbourne Stars Melbourne Cricket Ground Won by 56 runs, MoM- Trinidad and Tobago Samuel Badree 5/22(4)
Overall Record of 3–5 in BBL|05

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 6/8

Big Bash League 2016/17

Following Brendon McCullum's international retirement, he returned to the Heat to captain the side. He took no part in the previous season due to BBL coinciding with the final matches of his international career. James Hopes retired from cricket. Heat signed local player Marnus Labuschagne and Alex Ross from Adelaide Strikers. English fast bowler Tymal Mills joined as an international player. The Heat started well, winning their first three matches, but then lost to the Sixers by 3 wickets. The Heat won 2 of their next 3 matches. They lost their last game of the seasons to the Renegades in a thrilling 1 run loss. The Heat finished 2nd in the table with 5 wins and 3 losses. This was their best performance in the league stage. In a thrilling semi-final, they lost to the Sydney Sixers in a super over. Chris Lynn was again named Player of the Tournament, after scoring 305 runs in 6 matches at an average of 154.5.

Date Opponent Venue Result
21 December 2016 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Won by 10 runs, MoM- New Zealand Brendon McCullum 42(21)
28 December 2016 Australia Sydney Thunder Spotless Stadium Won by 3 wickets, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 85* (48)
30 December 2016 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Won by 7 wickets, MoM-Australia Chris Lynn 84*(50)
3 January 2017 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 3 wickets
5 January 2017 Australia Perth Scorchers #The Furnace Won by 9 wickets, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 98*(49)
11 January 2017 Australia Perth Scorchers The Gabba Lost by 29 runs
17 January 2017 Australia Melbourne Stars Melbourne Cricket Ground Won by 7 wickets, MoM- Australia Mitchell Swepson 2/14(4)
20 January 2017 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Lost by 1 run
Finals Series
25 January 2017 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Match tied, Lost in the super over
Overall Record of 5–4 in BBL|06

Lost in the semi-final (3/8)

Big Bash League 2017-18

The Heat signed Test opener Matt Renshaw. Pakistani leg break bowler Shadab Khan was signed before the season as an international player, and Yasir Shah was later signed as his replacement. The Heat started off well by defeating Melbourne Stars, but lost to Renegades in next match. They won one of their next two matches and then beat the Stars and Scorchers. However, the Brisbane Heat lost their four remaining matches including a Do-or-die last match against the Renegades, so ending their season.

Date Opponent Venue Result
20 December 2017 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Won by 15 runs
23 December 2017 Australia Melbourne Renegades Etihad Stadium Lost by 7 wickets
27 December 2017 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba Won by 6 wickets(D/L), MoM- AustraliaAlex Ross 25*(9)
31 December 2017 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Lost by 56 runs
2 January 2018 Australia Melbourne Stars Melbourne Cricket Ground Won by 8 wickets, MoM- Australia Mitchell Swepson 3/14(4)
5 January 2018 Australia Perth Scorchers The Gabba Won by 49 runs, MoM- Australia Ben Cutting 46(20),2-0-14-0
10 January 2018 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 3 runs
15 January 2018 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Bellerive Oval Lost by 6 wickets
18 January 2018 Australia Sydney Sixers Sydney Cricket Ground Lost by 9 wickets
27 January 2018 Australia Melbourne Renegades The Gabba Lost by 27 runs
Overall Record of 4-6 in BBL|07

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 7/8

Big Bash League 2018-19

The Heat signed Australian fast bowler James Pattinson and Afghan off-spinner Mujeeb Ur Rahman. Youth signings included Max Bryant and Jack Prestwidge. The Heat faced Adelaide Strikers in their first game of the season and lost by 6 wickets. They lost their next two matches against Hurricanes and Sixers, but then beat the Scorchers and the Thunder. The next two matches were against the Renegades, the Heat lost the first but won the second. The next match against the Thunder was abandoned after a power cut. Heat lost their next three matches, but won their last three matches. The Heat finished fifth in standings with 6 wins and 7 losses with one match abandoned. After the season, Brendon McCullum announced his retirement from the BBL.

Date Opponent Venue Result
19 December 2018 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Lost by 5 wickets
22 December 2018 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Metricon Stadium Lost by 15 runs
1 January 2019 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 5 wickets, MoM-Australia Chris Lynn 84(55)
5 January 2019 Australia Perth Scorchers Optus Stadium Won by 5 wickets, MoM- Afghanistan Mujeeb Ur Rahman 2/10(4)
8 January 2019 Australia Sydney Thunder Sydney Showground Stadium Won by 15 runs(D/L), MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 54(30)
10 January 2019 Australia Melbourne Renegades The Gabba Lost by 8 wickets
13 January 2019 Australia Melbourne Renegades GMHBA Stadium Won by 101 runs, MoM-Australia Max Bryant 44(24)
17 January 2019 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba No result
20 January 2019 Australia Sydney Sixers Sydney Cricket Ground Lost by 79 runs
27 January 2019 Australia Melbourne Stars Melbourne Cricket Ground Lost by 5 runs
29 January 2019 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 9 wickets
1 February 2019 Australia Perth Scorchers The Gabba Won by 6 wickets, MoM- Afghanistan Mujeeb Ur Rahman 3/16(4)
3 February 2019 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Won by 6 wickets, MoM- Australia Matt Renshaw 90*(50)
8 February 2019 Australia Melbourne Stars The Gabba Won by 10 wickets, MoM-Australia Ben Cutting 3-0-19-0,81*(30)
Overall Record of 6-7 in BBL|08

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 5/8

Big Bash League 2019-20

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Before the season started Brendon McCullum retired and Daniel Vettori resigned as coach. Darren Lehmann re-joined the team as the Head Coach. In BBL|02, he guided the Heat to their maiden BBL Title. The Heat signed AB de Villiers, as well as Afghan left-arm wrist spinner Zahir Khan and young English opener Tom Banton. In the season opener, the Heat lost to the Thunder by 29 runs and then lost the next match to the Stars by 22 runs. In the third match of the season, the Heat beat the Sixers by 48 runs, with Chris Lynn smashing 94 off 35 deliveries, including 11 sixes. They then lost to the Scorchers by 40 runs. They won their next three matches, including a match against the Thunder where Banton hit Arjun Nair for five consecutive sixes.

After losing to the Scorchers by 34 runs, the Heat won their next match against the Strikers by 6 wickets, where AB de Villiers made his Big Bash debut. The ghosts of BBL|07 returned, as the Heat lost their next three matches. In the second of these defeats, the Heat collapsed against the Renegades, losing 10 wickets for 36 runs in 55 balls. A 71 run victory over the Stars, meant the Heat could qualify for the playoffs by beating the Renegades in their last match. However, they lost by 7 wickets with Jack Prestwidge dropping some important opportunities, and so were eliminated.

Date Opponent Venue Result
17 December 2019 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba Lost by 29 runs
20 December 2019 Australia Melbourne Stars Metricon Stadium Lost by 22 runs
22 December 2019 Australia Sydney Sixers Sydney Cricket Ground Won by 48 runs, MoM-Australia Chris Lynn 94(35)
1 January 2020 Australia Perth Scorchers Metricon Stadium Lost by 40 runs
3 January 2020 Australia Hobart Hurricanes Blundstone Arena Won by 31 runs, MoM- Australia Chris Lynn 88(55)
6 January 2020 Australia Sydney Thunder Sydney Showground Stadium Won by 16 runs (D/L), MoM-England Tom Banton 56(19)
9 January 2020 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Won by 5 wickets, MoM-Australia Ben Cutting 2-0-12-1,43*(29)
11 January 2020 Australia Perth Scorchers Optus Stadium Won by 34 runs
14 January 2020 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Won by 6 wickets, MoM-Australia James Pattinson 4-0-33-5
17 January 2020 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Lost by 10 wickets
19 January 2020 Australia Melbourne Renegades The Gabba Lost by 44 runs
23 January 2020 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Lost by 8 wickets
25 January 2020 Australia Melbourne Stars Adelaide Oval Won by 71 runs, MoM- South Africa AB de Villiers 71(37)
27 January 2020 Australia Melbourne Renegades The Gabba Lost by 7 wickets
Overall Record of 6-8 in BBL|09

Failed to make Semifinals, ended 7/8

Big Bash League 2020-21 (BBL|10)

Before the season, Jack Wildermuth re-joined Heat and Tom Cooper was signed by the Heat. Morné Morkel joined the club as a local player after gaining permanent residency in Australia.[8] Overseas signings included Lewis Gregory and Dan Lawrence. Local Signings included James Bazley, former Rookie player in BBL|04, who joined Heat after 6 seasons, this time having full contract. Ben Cutting, Matt Renshaw, James Pattinson, Josh Lalor and Jack Prestwidge left the club.Tom Banton left due to bio-bubble fatigue and was later replaced by Joe Denly.

Date Opponent Venue Result
11 December 2020 Australia Melbourne Stars Manuka Oval Lost by 6 wickets
14 December 2020 Australia Sydney Thunder Manuka Oval Lost by 4 wickets
23 December 2020 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Lost by 2 runs, MoM-Australia Jimmy Peirson 69*(36)
27 December 2020 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Won by 4 wickets, MoM-England Lewis Gregory 3/22(4)
30 December 2020 Australia Hobart Hurricanes The Gabba Lost by 1 run, MoM-Afghanistan Mujeeb Ur Rahman 5/15(4)
2 January 2021 Australia Sydney Sixers The Gabba Won by 4 wickets, MoM-Australia Mark Steketee 4/33(4)
4 January 2021 Australia Sydney Thunder The Gabba Won by 5 wickets, MoM-Australia Joe Burns 52(38)
7 January 2021 Australia Melbourne Stars Metricon Stadium Won by 18 runs (D/L), MoM-Australia Chris Lynn 48(23)
10 January 2021 Australia Sydney Sixers Metricon Stadium Lost by 3 wickets
14 January 2021 Australia Melbourne Renegades Manuka Oval Won by 5 wickets, MoM-Australia Joe Burns 31*(15)
19 January 2021 Australia Perth Scorchers Marvel Stadium Lost by 59 runs
21 January 2021 Australia Adelaide Strikers Adelaide Oval Lost by 82 runs
23 January 2021 Australia Melbourne Renegades Marvel Stadium Won by 26 runs, MoM-Australia Marnus Labuschagne 49(31), 1/10(2)
26 January 2021 Australia Perth Scorchers Adelaide Oval Won by 6 runs, MoM-Australia Marnus Labuschagne 46(38), 3/35(4)
Finals Series
29 January 2021 Australia Adelaide Strikers The Gabba Won by 6 wickets, MoM-Australia Jimmy Peirson 47*(44)
31 January 2021 Australia Sydney Thunder Manuka Oval Won by 7 wickets, MoM-Australia Sam Heazlett 74*(49)
4 February 2021 Australia Perth Scorchers Adelaide Oval Lost by 49 runs (D/L)
Overall Record of 9–8 in BBL|10

Lost in The Challenger (3/8)

Big Bash League 2021-22

Brisbane Heat finished 7th and missed the finals for the fourth time in fifth years. The side was heavily hit by COVID and was forced to field a team almost completely devoid of its squad.[9]

Honours

Domestic

International

Records

Team Records

Result summary v. Opponent

Brisbane Heat squad at the Gabba in 2014
Brisbane Heat squad at the Gabba in 2014
Domestic teams
Opposition Pld W L T T+W T+L NR %
Adelaide Strikers 14 6 8 0 0 0 0 42.85%
Hobart Hurricanes 18 7 11 0 0 0 0 38.88%
Melbourne Renegades 15 5 10 0 0 0 0 33.33%
Melbourne Stars 14 9 5 0 0 0 0 64.28%
Perth Scorchers 16 7 9 0 0 0 0 43.75%
Sydney Sixers 14 3 10 0 0 1 0 25.00%
Sydney Thunder 14 10 3 0 0 0 1 76.92%
Statistics are correct as of Brisbane Heat v Perth Scorchers at Canberra, Big Bash League Challenger, 4 February 2021.[10]
International teams[11]
Opposition Pld W L T T+W T+L NR %
Chennai Super Kings 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 00.00
Titans 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 00.00
Trinidad and Tobago 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 00.00

Imported players

Player Country Years
Brendon McCullum New Zealand New Zealand 2011,2015+, 2016–2019
Roelof van der Merwe Netherlands Netherlands /South Africa South Africa 2011
Daniel Vettori New Zealand New Zealand 2011–2014
Thisara Perera Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 2012
Kemar Roach Barbados Barbados 2012
Dale Steyn South Africa South Africa 2012+
Craig Kieswetter England England 2013
Andrew Flintoff England England 2014
Stephen Parry England England 2014
Samuel Badree Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2014+,2015–17
Lendl Simmons Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago 2015–16
Tymal Mills England England 2017
Shadab Khan Pakistan Pakistan 2017
Yasir Shah Pakistan Pakistan 2017-18
Mujeeb Ur Rahman Afghanistan Afghanistan 2018–21
Zahir Khan Afghanistan Afghanistan 2019-20
AB De Villiers South Africa South Africa 2020
Tom Banton England England 2020
Joe Denly England England 2021
Lewis Gregory England England 2021
Ben Duckett England England 2021

+= Did not play a game that season

Sponsors

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2011-12 KooGa Linc Energy JDRF
2012-13 Betta
2013-14
2014-15 Majestic Athletic
2015-16
2016-17 CUA
2017-18
2018-19 Village Roadshow
2019-20 BCF
2020-21 Toyota
2021-22 Nike Great Southern Bank National Storage

See also

References

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