Perth Scorchers Cricket


Full NamePerth Scorchers Cricket


Ashton Agar All Rounder Left Handed 28
Cameron Bancroft Wicketkeeper Right Handed 29
Jason Behrendorff Bowler Left Arm 31
Laurie Evans Batsman Right Handed 34
Aaron Hardie All Rounder Right Handed 23
Peter Hatzoglou Bowler Right Arm -
Kurtis Patterson Batsman Left Handed 28
Mitchell Marsh All Rounder Right Handed 30
Colin Munro Batsman Left Handed 34
Ashton Turner Batsman Right Handed 29
Jhye Richardson Bowler Right Arm 25
Josh Inglis Wicketkeeper Right Handed 26
Andrew Tye Bowler Right Arm 35
Lance Morris Bowler Right Arm 23
Matthew Kelly Bowler Right Arm 27
Nick Hobson Batsman Left Handed 27
Cooper Connolly All Rounder Right Handed -
Tymal Mills Bowler Left Arm 29
David Moody Bowler Right Arm 26
Chris Sabburg Batsman Left Handed 32
Jake Carder Batsman Left Handed -

  1. History
  2. Administration and Support Staff
  3. Team Sponsors
  4. Perth Scorchers - Batting Stats
  5. Perth Scorchers - Bowling Stats
  6. Perth Scorchers - Team Stats
  7. Fanbase
  8. Performance over the years
  9. Perth Scorchers 2020/21 squad - Players to watch out

Full Name: Perth Scorchers

Nick Name: PS

Founded: 2011

Ground: Perth Stadium

Prominent Players: Jason Roy, Mitchell Marsh, Colin Munro

Captain - Mitchell Marsh

Jersey - Orange-coloured tracks and t-shirt with a strap of black near the waist

Logo - Orange-coloured cricket ball with an S in the centre and the name PERTH SCORCHERS written under it



  1. Marcus North became the first-ever captain for Perth Scorchers in the Big Bash League
  2. Finished at the top of the points table but lost the Final


  1. Herschelle Gibbs and Brad Hogg joined the Scorchers squad
  2. Shaun Marsh scored the most number of runs in the tournament (412)
  3. Finished second on the points table and lost the Final yet again


  1. Simon Katich took over the captaincy of the Perth Scorchers
  2. Dwayne Smith joined PS
  3. Finished third on the points table but went on to win the BBL for the first time


  1. Adam Voges became the third new captain for PS
  2. Michael Carberry and Michael Klinger joined the Scorchers
  3. Michael Klinger topped the batting charts of the season scoring 326 runs
  4. Defended their title by winning it for the second consecutive season


  1. Cameron Bancroft and David Willey joined PS
  2. Finished 3rd on the points table


  1. Ian Bell, Jhye Richardson and Mitchell Johnson joined the squad
  2. Lifted the BBL trophy for the third time


  1. Finished first on the points table after the league stage but ended third in the final standings


  1. Mitchell Marsh took over the captaincy from Voges
  2. Finished 8th (last) on the points table


  1. Fawad Ahmed, Liam Livingstone and Chris Jordan joined PS
  2. Finished 6th on the points table

Administration and Support Staff

Owner: Western Australian Cricket Association

CEO: Christina Matthews

Head coach: Adam Voges

List Management & Strategy: Simon Katich

Assistant Coaches: Matt Mason, Geoff Marsh and Beau Casson

Development Coach: Wayne Andrews

Performance Analyst: Dean Plunkett

SSSM Manager: Nick Jones

Physiotherapist: Chris Quinnell

Physical Performance Manager: Warren Andrews

Physical Performance Coach: Toby Horak

Head Medical Officer: Dr Tom Hill

Dietitian: Beth Allanson

Sports Psychologist: Matt Burgin

Player Development Manager: Garry Moss

High Performance Coordinator: Melissa Heron

Team Sponsors

Majestic Athletic, Peet, and Canon Foods are the premier sponsors of the Perth Scorchers for BBL 2020-21.

Perth Scorchers - Batting Stats

Most Runs: Shaun Marsh: 1435 runs

Most Centuries: Craig Simmons: 2

Most Fifties: Shaun Marsh: 14

Best Batting Average: Shaun Marsh: 49.48

Best Strike Rate: Craig Simmons: 165.47

Most Sixes: Mitchell Marsh: 56

Most Fours: Shaun Marsh: 127

Highest Individual Score: Craig Simmons: 112

Highest Batting Partnerships: Shaun Marsh and Michael Klinger 171* for 1st wicket

Perth Scorchers - Bowling Stats

Most Wickets: Andrew Tye: 70 wickets

Best Economy: Mitchell Johnson: 6.14

Best Bowling Figures: Andrew Tye: 4.0-0-23-5

Best Bowling Average: Yasir Arafat: 17.37

Most Runs Conceded: Jhye Richardson: 4.0-0-55-0

Most 4 Wickets: Andrew Tye: 5

Most Hat-tricks: Andrew Tye: 2

Perth Scorchers - Team Stats

Highest score: 213/3

Lowest score: 69


The western-most franchise of Australia earns its fans from the state of Western Australia. The Perth Scorchers have won three Big Bash League titles and thus have a strong fanbase spread over the Australian nation. The overseas players joining the PS squads bring international fans as well to the men in Orange.

Click here for 2020-21 Perth Scorchers fixtures.

Across their social media pages, the Scorchers have over 612.8k followers divided as 89.8k on Twitter, 124k on Instagram and 399k on Facebook.

Performance over the years

YearCaptainResultTop BatsmanRunsTop BowlerWicketsWin %
2011-12Marcus NorthRunners-upMitchell Marsh309Ben Edmondson1466.67
2012-13Marcus NorthRunners-upShaun Marsh412Alfonso Thomas1262.50
2013-14Simon KatichChampionsSimon Katich314Yasir Arafat1270.00
2014-15Adam VogesChampionsMichael Klinger326Jason Behrendorff1570.00
2015-16Adam Voges3rdMichael Klinger285Andrew Tye1355.56
2016-17Adam VogesChampionsMichael Klinger334Mitchell Johnson1370.00
2017-18Adam Voges3rdAshton Turner252Andrew Tye1672.73
2018-19Mitchell Marsh8thAshton Turner378Andrew Tye1728.57
2019-20Mitchell Marsh6thLiam Livingstone425Fawad Ahmed1542.86

Perth Scorchers 2020/21 squad - Players to watch out

#1. Mitchell Marsh

The Australian all-rounder has played close to 93 T20 games scoring close to 2000 runs and nearly 50 wickets averaging about 30 with both bat and ball. He will be leading the Scorchers for their third consecutive season and will have a responsibility to take PS back to their peak years. The 29-year-old will be coming off an injury that he sustained in the recently-concluded IPL 2020 season in the UAE.

#2. Jason Roy

One of England’s most aggressive openers, Jason Roy, will like to bat on the pitch on offer at the new home ground of the Perth Scorchers. Perth has always had excellent batting tracks and the inclusion of Jason Roy in their squad gives them a huge boost ahead of BBL 2020-21. He brings in an experience of over 200 T20 games and 5556 runs.

#3. Andrew Tye

AJ Tye has an excellent variety of deliveries in his arsenal. His knuckle ball was a big hit in the IPL a couple of years back. Tye has picked the fifth-most wickets in BBL history with 72 scalps in his kitty. In 52 games, he averages under 20 with the ball and has an economy rate of just 7.52. The Scorchers will rely heavily on him to delivery in the upcoming edition of the Big Bash League.

#4. Colin Munro

The hard-hitting New Zealand opener Colin Munro might be the X-factor player for the men in Orange this year. He has some exceptional big-hitting abilities and the BBL is just about that. The South African-born cricketer has played 270 T20 games and scored over 6500 runs in his decade-long career at a strike rate of 144.32.

Click here to see who scored the most runs in BBL.

#5. Liam Livingstone

Liam Livingstone was the highest run-getter for the Perth Scorchers in BBL 2019-20, which was his first stint with the Perth-based franchise. He scored 425 runs in the previous edition, which is the most number of runs scored in a single season by a Scorchers batsman. The batting all-rounder from England will be itching to wear the Orange jersey again and raise his standards in the tournament.

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