12 Facts About Melbourne Renegades


Melbourne Renegades are an Australian professional men's Twenty20 franchise cricket club based in Melbourne, the capital city of the Australian state of Victoria.

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The Melbourne Renegades struggled in their first season, only winning two games against the Sydney Thunder and the Sydney Sixers respectively.

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The Melbourne Renegades were knocked out by the Brisbane Heat in the semi-finals, losing by 15 runs.

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The Melbourne Renegades signed experienced players Cameron White, Xavier Doherty and Chris Gayle to strengthen their squad.

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The Melbourne Renegades finished the regular season in second place behind the Hobart Hurricanes, earning a home semi-final against the Sydney Sixers at Docklands.

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The Melbourne Renegades struggled with injuries and form throughout the season, finishing the season in 8th position, but did finish the season on the winners list, defeating the Brisbane Heat by seven wickets.

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The Melbourne Renegades finished the season in 8th position again, but did register one more victory in comparison to the previous season.

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Melbourne Renegades have played its home games at Docklands Stadium since the league's inception in 2011.

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Australian representativesThe following is a list of cricketers who have been signed to the Melbourne Renegades after making their debut in the national team, with the seasons they were apart of the squad in parentheses:.

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All 93 players who had played for the Melbourne Renegades were eligible for selection, but only two overseas players were permitted in the final XI, in line with the rules for nine of the ten seasons of the competition.

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Melbourne Renegades comes from the year 2020 and wears industrial gear clad in corrugated shin pads and a futuristic helmet that hides his true identity.

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The derby between the new two teams, the Melbourne Stars and the Melbourne Renegades, quickly became hugely popular with big crowds flocking in to the derby matches at both the MCG and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne.

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