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Sydney Thunder to Start New Year’s Eve Fireworks in Albury Sydney Thunder captain Chris Green said his team had good reason to start some BBL fireworks

When they play Hobart Hurricanes in the KFC Big Bash League match in Albury, which is on the border of NSW and Victoria.

Green stated that his team was “excited” to be bringing the adrenaline-pumping action of a BBL match to a city that has a strong sporting heritage.

When Thunder arrived in Albury after winning back-to-back games against the Brisbane Heat.

Albury is known for its strong sporting heritage

Green of Albury commented, “It’s a great community.” I am aware that they are ecstatic about our visit.

We played a few practice games against the Melbourne Stars there for the Regional Bash quite some time ago.

I know how much they enjoy cricket.

I adore Albury. As a child, I participated in a lot of tennis tournaments down there.

I’ve also done some Country Blitzes there as part of the Cricket NSW tours of Regional NSW.

Green, who assumed leadership of the Thunder after Jason Sangha broke his collar bone earlier in the season.

Anticipated that the Hobart Hurricanes would present a difficult obstacle.

He stated, “They’re playing really good cricket, Hurricanes.”

They consistently rank among the best teams in this competition; always risky with the ball and bat.

We are aware that we will need to perform at our best.

While Green was particularly satisfied with the endeavors of quick bowler Nathan McAndrew [4-32] and wicketkeeper Matthew Gilkes on the Gold Coast.

He pampered acclaim on Australia T20 all-rounder Daniel Sams who was named Player of the Match.

After impacting an unbeaten 36 from 15 balls and catching two wickets in the 11-run win over the Intensity.

Green said of Sams, who hit four sixes, “every time he is overdue for runs it makes him more and more dangerous for the opposition.”

I believe that Sams’ knock ended the game for the opponents.

It was essential for crossing the finish line and establishing that total.

He is the ideal team player. He’s generally the person who puts the group first and goes out there and assumes the part that is expected for the group.

Whether it’s taking the game on, facing challenges in support of ourselves.

The ball is the same way. I tossed him into the hard overs

He frequently bowls in the surge and takes it on the chin. He does get hit sometimes.

But that’s just T20 cricket, and he always comes through for us.

“He’s going from solidarity to-strength consistently.

In addition to his talent and skill, he is one of my best friends, which is why I’m thrilled to have him on our team.

Quick bowler Gurinder Sandhu stayed on the Gold Coast to have examines taken of his harmed left lower leg muscle.

Joel Davies, a teenager, joins the team.

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