David miller signs for Dhaka Dynamites

David miller signs for Dhaka Dynamites

David miller(pic source : Twitter)

Earlier Australian all-rounder Shane Watson joins Khulna Titans team for the upcoming edition of Bangladesh premier league. Now South African player David miller signs for Dhaka Dynamites for the next edition of BPL. In BPL 2013, David Miller played for Chittagong kings. He played only four matches in that season and scored 40 runs.

But in the upcoming season of Bangladesh premier league, David Miller will play all the matches for Dhaka Dynamites. Miller is the part of Kings XI Punjab team in the Indian premier league. KXIP retained him many times. Miller has played 290 T20 matches and scored three centuries and 40 half-centuries. David Miller was the part of South Africa’s world cup squad. But he did not perform well in the tournament and South Africa knocked out form the group stage.

JP Duminy Joins Rajshahi Kings

South African left-hand batsman JP Duminy joins Rajshahi Kings for the upcoming edition of Bangladesh premier league. He has recently announced his retirement from international cricket after the world cup 2019.

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“The Rajshahi Kings are proud to announce that South African all-rounder Duminy is a King now,” the franchise announced on social media.

“Duminy, an elegant left-handed batsman, a useful spinner and a sharp fielder, has served South Africa for more than 14 years. He has a vast experience in franchise cricket and already led Pakistan Super League team Islamabad United to their second title in 2018.”

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JP Duminy played for Decan Chargers, Delhi Daredevils, Mumbai Indians and Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian premier league. He is also playing in Pakistan super league. Duminy led the Islamabad united team in the Pakistan Super League. He will also play in the Euro Slam T20 league this year.

The seventh edition of the BPL will start on 6 December. The Comilla Victorians are the defending champions.

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