NatWest T20 Blast 2016 Team Squad Players List

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NatWest T20 Blast 2016 Team Squad Players ListThe NatWest T20 Blast is back for its third season, which will begin from the fifteenth of May this year. With competition now only a couple of weeks away, let us investigate the NatWest T20 Blast Squads of the 18 establishments from Wales and England, which will take part in the alliance.

Discussing the competition, NatWest T20 has a somewhat odd organization, with 18 groups split in two gatherings of nine, titled North and South division. Every group will play six different sides at home and away, while confronting the other two groups just once. The gathering matches occur over a range of three months.

The main four groups from every gathering will continue to the knockout stage, where quarterfinal matches occur. Another fascinating thing about the competition is that the elimination round and the last are both played around the same time, generally at Edgbaston.

A year ago, it was Lancashire Lightning who won the competition, overcoming Northamptonshire Steelbacks in the last by three wickets.

NatWest T20 Blast 2016 Team Squad Players List

Birmingham Bears:

Mark Adair,Tim Ambrose, Keith Barker, Ian Bell (captain), Varun Chopra,Rikki Clarke, Freddie Coleman, Laurie Evans, Recordo Gordon, Sam Hain, Oliver Hannon-Dalby, Ateeq Javid, Richard Jones, Alex Mellor, Jeetan Patel (Overseas), Ed Pollock, William Porterfield, Josh Poysden, Boyd Rankin, Luke Ronchi (Overseas, Twenty20), Sunny Singh, Aaron Thomason, Jonathan Trott, Andrew Umeed, Jon Webb, Ian Westwood, Chris Woakes, Chris Wright

Derbyshire Falcons:

Neil Broom,Andy Carter, Greg Cork, Ben Cotton, Matthew Critchley, Chris Durham, Will Davis, Wes Durston (limited-overs captain), Scott Elstone, Luke Fletcher (loan from Nottinghamshire), Billy Godleman (Championship captain), Rob Hemmings, Harvey Hosein, Alex Hughes, Chesney Hughes,Tom Knight, Wayne Madsen, Jonathan Marsden, Tom Milnes, James Neesham (Overseas, T20), Tony Palladino, Tom Poynton Hamish Rutherford (Overseas), Ben Slater, Tom Taylor, Shiv Thakor, Adam Wheatcroft, Harry White

Durham Jets:

Usman Arshad, Scott Borthwick, Ryan Buckley, Jack Burnham, Brydon Carse, Peter Chase, Graham Clark, Paul Collingwood (Championship captain), Paul Coughlin, Jamie Harrison, John Hastings (Overseas), Keaton Jennings, Calum MacLeod, Gavin Main, Barry McCarthy, Gordon Muchall, Philip Mustard,Graham Onions, Stuart Poynter, Ryan Pringle, Gurman Randhawa, Michael Richardson, Chris Rushworth, Rammy Singh, Ben Stokes, Mark Stoneman (one-day captain), James Weighell, Mark Wood

Essex Eagles:

Aaron Beard, Ravi Bopara (limited-overs captain), Nick Browne, Alastair Cook, Matt Dixon, James Foster, Daniel Lawrence, David Masters, Jaik Mickleburgh, Adam Milne (Overseas, for T20 in July), Thomas Moore, Graham Napier, Aron Nijjar, James Porter, Matt Quinn, Wahab Riaz (Overseas, T20), Jesse Ryder (Overseas), Callum Taylor, Ryan ten Doeschate (Championship captain), Kishen Velani, Tom Westley,Ashar Zaidi

Glamorgan:

William Bragg, Kieran Bull, Chris Cooke, Dean Cosker, Aneurin Donald, Michael Hogan, Colin Ingram, James Kettleborough, Jeremy Lawlor, David Lloyd, Craig Meschede, Jack Murphy, Dewi Penrhyn Jones Harry Podmore (loan from Middlesex until 25 May), Jacques Rudolph(Overseas, capt), Andrew Salter, Nicholas Selman, Ruaidhri Smith, Shaun Tait (Overseas, T20), Timm van der Gugten, Graham Wagg, Mark Wallace

Gloucestershire:

Cameron Bancroft (Overseas, until May), Ian Cockbain, Chris Dent,Brandon Gilmour, Patrick Grieshaber, Miles Hammond, Tom Hampton, Peter Handscomb, George Hankins, Benny Howell, Michael Klinger (Overseas, one-day capt, from May), Chris Liddle, Hamish Marshall, Craig Miles, Kieran Noema-Barnett, Liam Norwell, David Payne, Gareth Roderick (Championship captain), Josh Shaw (loan from Yorkshire), Tom Smith, William Tavare, Jack Taylor, Matt Taylor,Andrew Tye (Overseas, T20)

Hampshire:

James Adams, Shahid Afridi (Overseas, for T20), Hamza Ali, Tom Alsop, Yasir Arafat (loan to Somerset), Gareth Berg, Michael Carberry, Mason Crane, Liam Dawson, Fidel Edwards, Sean Ervine, Ryan McLaren (Overseas), Lewis McManus, Darren Sammy (Overseas, for T20 from 2 June-early July), Will Smith, Ryan Stevenson, Brad Taylor, James Tomlinson, Reece Topley, James Vince(captain), Joe Weatherley, Brad Wheal, Adam Wheater, Chris Wood

Kent:

Adam Ball, Daniel Bell-Drummond, Hugh Bernard, Sam Billings, Alex Blake, Mitchell Claydon, Matt Coles, Fabian Cowdrey, Zak Crawley, Joe Denly, Sean Dickson, David Griffiths, Calum Haggett, Charlie Hartley, Matt Hunn, Tom Latham (Overseas), Sam Northeast (captain), Imran Qayyum, Kagiso Rabada (Overseas, Jun-Jul), Adam Riley, Adam Rouse, Darren Stevens, Ivan Thomas, James Tredwell, Sam Weller

Lancashire Lightning:

James Anderson, Tom Bailey, Karl Brown, Nathan Buck, Jos Buttler, Glen Chapple, Jordan Clark, Steven Croft (captain), Alex Davies, George Edwards, Gavin Griffiths, Haseeb Hameed, Kyle Jarvis, Simon Kerrigan, Danny Lamb, Toby Lester, Arron Lilley, Liam Livingstone, Saqib Mahmood, Matthew Parkinson, Stephen Parry, Alviro Petersen Luke Procter, Luis Reece, Tom Smith, Neil Wagner (Overseas)

Leicestershire Foxes:

Umar Akmal (Overseas, T20), Aadil Ali, Michael Burgess, Zak Chappell, Mark Cosgrove (Championship captain), Neil Dexter, Ned Eckersley, Ollie Freckingham, Lewis Hill, Paul Horton, Clint McKay (Overseas), Jigar Naik, Kevin O’Brien, Niall O’Brien, Mark Pettini (limited-overs captain), Ben Raine, Angus Robson, Rilee Rossouw (Overseas, T20), Rob Sayer, Atif Sheikh, Charlie Shreck, Jamie Sykes, Robert Taylor, Tom Wells, Wayne White

Middlesex:

Martin Andersson, Andrew Balbirnie, Nick Compton, Stephen Eskinazi, Steven Finn, James Franklin (One-Day Cup captain), James Fuller, Nick Gubbins, James Harris, Tom Helm, Ryan Higgins, Max Holden, Dawid Malan (T20 captain), Mitchell McClenaghan (Overseas), Brendon McCullum (Overseas, limited-overs), Eoin Morgan, Tim Murtagh, Ravi Patel, Harry Podmore (loan to Glamorgan until 25 May), Ollie Rayner, Sam Robson, Toby Roland-Jones, George Scott, John Simpson, Nathan Sowter. Paul Stirling, Adam Voges (Overseas, Championship captain), Robbie White

Northamptonshire Steelbacks:

Muhammad Azharullah, Josh Cobb, Steven Crook, Ben Duckett, Richard Gleeson, Rob Keogh, Rory Kleinveldt (Overseas), Richard Levi, Jake Libby (loan from Nottinghamshire), George Munsey, David Murphy, Robert Newton, Monty Panesar, Seekkuge Prasanna (Overseas, primarily for T20), Adam Rossington, Ben Sanderson, Olly Stone, Alex Wakely(captain), Graeme White,Saif Zaib

Nottinghamshire Outlaws:

Jake Ball, Jackson Bird (Overseas), Stuart Broad, Matthew Carter, Daniel Christian (Overseas, T20 captain), Luke Fletcher (loan to Derbyshire), Will Gidman, Harry Gurney, Alex Hales, Brett Hutton, Jake Libby (loan to Northamptonshire), Michael Lumb, Steven Mullaney, Samit Patel, Chris Read (Championship/one-day captain), Billy Root, Greg Smith, Brendan Taylor, Riki Wessels, Luke Wood, Sam Wood

Somerset:

Tom Abell, Jim Allenby (limited-overs captain), Yasir Arafat (loan from Hampshire), Alex Barrow, Josh Davey, Ryan Davies, Chris Gayle (Overseas, T20, 1-19 Jun), Lewis Gregory, Tim Groenewald, James Hildreth, Adam Hose, Mahela Jayawardene (Overseas, T20), Jack Leach, Michael Leask, Johann Myburgh, Craig Overton, Jamie Overton, Chris Rogers (Overseas, Championship captain), Tim Rouse, Ollie Sale, Peter Trego, Marcus Trescothick, Roelof van der Merwe, Max Waller, Sam Wyatt-Haines

Surrey:

Zafar Ansari, Gareth Batty (captain), Dwayne Bravo (Overseas, for T20 until July), James Burke, Rory Burns, Sam Curran, Tom Curran, Steven Davies, Jade Dernbach, Matthew Dunn, Aaron Finch (Overseas, for July), Ben Foakes, Mark Footitt, Arun Harinath, Aneesh Kapil, Azhar Mahmood, Conor McKerr, Stuart Meaker, Chris Morris (Overseas, for T20 until July), Mathew Pillans, Ravi Rampaul, Jason Roy, Kumar Sangakkara (Overseas), Dominic Sibley, Freddie van den Bergh, Gary Wilson

Sussex:

Will Beer, Danny Briggs, Ben Brown, Peter Burgoyne, Craig Cachopa, Harry Finch, George Garton, Lewis Hatchett, Fynn Hudson-Prentice, Callum Jackson, Chris Jordan, Ed Joyce, Matt Machan, Steve Magoffin, Tymal Mills, Chris Nash, Mustafizur Rahman (Overseas, T20), Michael Rippon, Oliver Robinson, Phil Salt, Ajmal Shahzad, Ross Taylor (Overseas), Luke Wells, Stuart Whittingham, Luke Wright (captain)

Worcestershire Rapids:

Kyle Abbott (Overseas, from July), Moeen Ali, Ed Barnard, Joe Clarke, Ben Cox, Brett D’Oliveira, Tom Fell, Matt Henry (Overseas, until July), Alex Hepburn, Alex Kerverzee, Tom Kohler-Cadmore, Joe Leach, Daryl Mitchell (captain), Charles Morris, George Rhodes, Chris Russell, Mitchell Santner (Overseas, T20), Jack Shantry, Josh Tongue, Ben Twohig, Ross Whiteley

Yorkshire Vikings:

Jonathan Bairstow, Gary Ballance, Tim Bresnan, Jack Brooks, Karl Carver, Ben Coad, Matthew Fisher, Andrew Gale (Championship captain), Ryan Gibson, Travis Head (Overseas, from mid-July), Andrew Hodd, Jack Leaning, Alex Lees (limited-overs captain), Adam Lyth, James Middlebrook, Steven Patterson, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, Will Rhodes, Joe Root, Josh Shaw (loan to Gloucestershire), Ryan Sidebottom, James Wainman, Matthew Waite, David Willey, Kane Williamson (Overseas, 9 Jun-18 Jul)

Dissimilar to the Indian Premier League, in the NatWest T20 Blast, just two abroad players can include in the beginning 11 on the match day. All the groups have put well in grabbing their worldwide players, with a portion of the names being entirely noticeable in the T20 position.

To list a couple names, Chris Gayle and Brendon McCullum surely lead the way with regards to batting, separately for Somerset and Birmingham Bears. Strangely enough, they likewise happen to have the record of most astounding scores in a solitary innings.

Australian internationals have additionally made their nearness felt in the group, with any semblance of Aaron Finch playing for Yorkshire Vikings, who is one of the main batsmen in the T20 design.

James Faulkner, who took the most wickets in the opposition last with the guarding champions from Lancashire, will likewise be playing this year. Aside from this, Shaun Tait and Glen Maxwell can likewise be relied upon to join their individual establishments soon, taking after their IPL duties.

Pakistani players have likewise been incorporated into the competition, with Shahid Afridi, Umar Akmal, Wahab Riaz and numerous all the more being grabbed the establishments. In addition, the three driving names in Sri Lankan cricket – Tillakaratne Dilshan, Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene will likewise be including in the NatWest T20 blast.Apart from this, Kyle Abott, Kane Williamson, Ravi Rampaul and Darren Sammy will likewise be joining the competition. While a portion of the groups are as yet enrolling abroad players for the NatWest T20 Blast this season, a portion of alternate regions have effectively agreed to some first-class cricketers.

The Birmingham Bears will begin off as guarding champions drove by Tim Ambrose however the fans’ greatest fascination for their group will be the New Zealand skipper Brendon McCullum. Thus, Jamaican opening batsman Chris Gayle will be a part of the Somerset side while Aussie unconventional batsman Glenn Maxwell joins Yorkshire.

Aaron Finch, who should be a part of the Yorkshire side also, will now miss the whole competition taking after his hamstring harm that left him requiring a surgery.

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