ALTHOUGH unsure of what role he’ll play, Tim Ludeman is determined to make an impact in his return to the Big Bash League.
This time, however, it’ll be in red.
Ludeman signed for Melbourne Renegades on Friday after an eight-year stint with the South Australian state side and a six-year spell with the Adelaide Strikers.
The 30-year-old said he was thrilled to be back in the fast-paced Big Bash League environment.
We’ve been back in Victoria for six weeks now, and have settled into Geelong nicely. It’s all pretty exciting.Tim Ludeman
“I’m really excited to be back with the Renegades in Victoria. We’re living in Geelong, and I’m just pumped,” Ludeman said.
“We’ve been back in Victoria for six weeks now, and have settled into Geelong nicely. It’s all pretty exciting.”
Ludeman said he was unsure of how he’d be deployed on-field.
“There’s still a little while to go, and anything can happen with injuries and whatnot,” he said. “It's going to come around fast and the crowds are so up and about at that time of year. It’s fantastic.”
The club also announced Geelong’s Kardinia Park will host Big Bash cricket for points for the first time on January 3.