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BBL 2017-18

24 Jan '17

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Hobart Hurricanes 2017-18

Rounding the final corner with the second last team, the Hobart Hurricanes. Mismatching name aside, the logo at least has decent proportions, and the two little H’s are pretty cool. The choice of purple and silver are interesting as they … Read More

12 Jan '17

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Melbourne Stars 2017-18

Undoubtedly, the Stars were marketed as Melbourne’s glamour club. No club in their right mind would call themselves the “Stars” and solely focus on a working class demographic. I don’t care for the name but its fine for the BBL. Their best asset by … Read More

03 Jan '17

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Sydney Thunder 2017-18

The final design in this set is the Sydney Thunder. In short, the Thunder have a cool name, cool colours, and a bit of a dopey logo. The logo is JUST tall enough to not look too weird on a … Read More

01 Jan '17

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Brisbane Heat 2017-18

More abstraction in the team name, but this time its paired with contradicting colours! Really hot things do take on a bluish colour but I don’t think Cricket Australia was going for an astronomy vibe. Distancing the Heat brand from the … Read More

02 Dec '16

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Melbourne Renegades 2017-18

I’m not an avid watcher of the BBL but on face value, the Melbourne BBL team dynamics appear to be roughly analogous to that in Sydney – both 6ers and Stars have an air of glamour and represent the inner city while the … Read More

22 Nov '16

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Perth Scorchers 2017-18

If the Big Bash League has one thing in spades, its ambiguous names. The challenge in this set is to visualise the either the team moniker or city in the uniform somehow.

What is a Scorcher? Something hot no doubt. … Read More

14 Nov '16

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Sydney 6ers 2017-18

Sydney’s glamour club needs to say “Sydney”.Read More

11 Nov '16

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Adelaide Strikers 2017-18

Cricket Australia decided to dip into the 1980’s soccer bag of team names when coming up with the team name “Strikers”; a more generic name could not be had. However, it does kind of work for Twenty20 cricket since it has a … Read More