Adding to Adelaide Strikers for next season Big Bash has said he cannot commit to a new contract for family reasons
Colin Ingram, a batsman in South Africa, made a two-year deal with the 2018–19 tournament, where he held his strike from 610 to 30.50 and hitting 138.95 in 25 matches, Travis Head was at the international level.
We are disappointed that Colin was lost, but we know that for him it was a great opportunity not to take on a new contract for family reasons, ”said Tim Nilsen, SACA general manager for high performance.
He is a quality player and leader, and he was one of the most important players of our first BBL winner last year. We wish Colin Ingram, Megan, and the whole family all the best.
Loss of attackers will be filled abroad, but it is not known as an application for participation in AB de Villiers since it is unavailable throughout the season.
The strikers finished second in the table last season, and Ingram became the second top scorer behind Jonathan Wells.