Thursday, January 26, 2023

Melbourne Stars secure Zampa for 2 more years

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Leg Spinner Adam Zampa has agreed to a new 2 year deal at the Melbourne Stars, committing to the club until the end of BBL|14.

Zampa has been a key figure for the Stars since moving to the club from the Adelaide Strikers in BBL|05.

During his time with the Stars, Zampa has taken 82 wickets and established himself as one of the premier white ball spinners in the world.

In the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup, Zampa was named in the team of the tournament and on Thursday was named as part of Australia’s squad for this year’s T20 World Cup, who will be looking to defend their title on home soil.

Melbourne Stars General Manager Blair Crouch said Zampa’s was a key signature for the club.

“Adam is such a key member of the Melbourne Stars family and has worked hard to build a close connection with our members and fans over a long period of time. 

“He’s a much sought after cricketer but more importantly a tremendous person to have around the club.

“Adam will also play a big role off the field over the coming years as we continue to work with Adam on our Team Green environmental initiative, for which he is the ambassador.”

Melbourne Stars Coach David Hussey said Zampa’s hard work was being well rewarded.

“After being forced to wait his turn at international level, Adam has been nothing short of outstanding in working on his leg spin craft.

“He is a key senior member of the Melbourne Stars, as well as his talent with the ball, he also bring tremendous leadership for those with less experience among the group.”

Adam Zampa was thrilled to have his future secured for the next two seasons.

“I love coming to Melbourne every year for the BBL and I’m looking forward to spending another two seasons as part of the Stars Family.

“We’ve been able to assemble a great group of players and I want to achieve the ultimate prize with this group.

“It’s a huge summer coming up in Australian cricket and I can’t wait to get to Melbourne after the ICC T20 World Cup for BBL|12.”

Zampa’s signature comes after Glenn Maxwell signed a four year extension in February this year.


Current BBL|12 squad: Trent Boult (NZ), Joe Burns, Hilton Cartwright, Joe Clarke (ENG), Brody Couch, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Liam Hatcher, Clint Hinchliffe, Nick Larkin, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, Beau Webster, Luke Wood (ENG), Adam Zampa


Melbourne Stars memberships for BBL|12 and WBBL|08 are on sale now. Click here for membership options.

Tickets to all BBL|12 matches are available here.

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