As the Hurricanes long time keeper until making a comeback to the test line-up, Paine has scored 1,110 runs over his 41 BBL matches. His 8 fifties usually at the top of the order puts him at 25 on this list.
Playing for both the Scorches and Renegades, Rimmington has the 9th most wickets of all BBL bowlers and was a big factor in some of the Scorches early premierships. Like others on this list, his variety of delivers each ball significantly contributed to his 41 wickets.
When injuries haven’t struck down the sixers captain, Henriques has been a valuable allrounder scoring 1149 runs since the start of the competition. While his bowling hasn’t been as strong, Henriques leads from the front, his match winning 70 in their only premiership being the biggest highlight.
Somewhat surprisingly, Boyce is the second highest BBL wicket taker by a spinner with 43 wickets at an average of 22.81. Playing for both the Strikers and the Hurricanes, the Queenslander hasn’t been afraid to entice batsman to play shots leading to a lot of his wickets.
While it’s unlikely we’ll see Gayle in the BBL in the future, his impact to the rise of the competition certainly has been felt. From just 22 matches, Gayle scored 649 runs with 1 hundred and 4 fifties at an average of 30.9. Gayles full power was felt at his time at the Thunder and the Renegades, highlighted by his 12 ball 50 which equaled the T20 record.