Three New South Wales players enter All-Star XI list

Phil highes in action in the ongoing Airtel Champions League. Photo: K. Ramesh Babu

Phil highes in action in the ongoing Airtel Champions League. Photo: K. Ramesh Babu  

Paceman Brett Lee, all-rounder Moises Henriques and opening batsman Phil Hughes on Friday joined their NSW Blues team-mate David Warner in the Champions League All-Star XI team.

The trio were rewarded for their consistent show in the Twenty20 tournament, said a press release.

The Blues’ had outplayed domestic rivals Victorian Bushrangers in the semi-final and will fight it out with Trinidad and Tobago in the final tonight.

The Caribbean side has three players in the list — big hitting Kieron Pollard, stumper Denesh Ramdin and all-rounder Dwayne Bravo.

The All-Star XI was updated after the completion of last night’s semi-final between T&T and Cape Cobras.

The CLT20 All Star XI is a team chosen by ESPN Star Sports commentators based on the Group and League stages of the tournament.

The final team will be named after the final tonight.

The full CLT20 All-Star XI: Phil Hughes (NSW Blues), David Warner (NSW Blues), JP Duminy (Cape Cobras), Ross Taylor (RC Bangalore), Jacques Kallis (RC Bangalore), Keiron Pollard (Trinidad & Tobago), Denesh Ramdin (Trinidad & Tobago) wk, Dwayne Bravo (Trinidad & Tobago), Moises Henriques (NSW Blues), Brett Lee (NSW Blues) and Clint McKay (Victorian Bushrangers). PTI SHN AT SHN 10231534

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