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Renegades newest recruits

01 Oct 2012

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Cricketing great Merv Hughes is back for a second season with Docklands’ own team, the Renegades.

Hughes, who was on the coaching panel last year, has signed on as a specialist coach for the upcoming KFC T20 Big Bash League.

“It’s a new season and a new-look team and I’m very happy to be back on board,” Merv said.

“It’s an exciting time to be involved with the Renegades because a lot of guys have the opportunity to really prove themselves this summer.”

The team has undergone a revamp coming into the second season of the Big Bash League.

Only five players from last year’s team have signed on for the current season.

The team’s most recent signing is former Adelaide Striker Brendan Drew. Drew is the team’s 15th signing and has signed a one-year contract.

Apart from the Strikers, the paceman has also played for Australia A, Tasmania and Gloucestershire.

“Melbourne’s a two-team city, so the rivalry is something I’m really looking forward to,” he said.

The other Melbourne Big Bash League team is the Melbourne Stars.

The Renegades and Melbourne Stars are set to clash at the first match of the season at Etihad on December 7.

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