NSW cricket barred the current NSW state coach and his assistants from coaching in the BBL and I think that was in part to try to promote a 50/50 divide between the two teams, but this really hasn't worked out 'cause the Sydney Sixers, who play at the SCG, hired Stuart Clark, the captain of NSW in the previous season, as the GM and Clark hired former NSW coach Trevor Bayliss as coach. So last season pretty much all the regular NSW team joined the Sydney Sixers. Bar the overseas players, Ed Cowan was the closest thing to a ring-in for them. The Thunder have generally been left with the scraps both in terms of coaches (Shane Duff who is he) and players (The only contracted NSW players they get are rookies and australian players who won't be there eg players the Sixers passed on). David Warner last season was probably the only player they stole from the Sixers, and even then, that was mostly because Warner had a sponsorship deal with the ground the Thunder play at
Victorian teams are a bit different because their coaches can coach in the BBL. So last season that led to more of a 50/50 spilt, but that's changing this season, most of them have flocked to the Stars (MCG), probably in part because of the G v Docklands factor. I'm sure Vic_Ox can add more, but the Dome hardly impressed as a home base iirc.
I think the second Sydney team is fine, they just need to add 'Western' to their name. The two Melbourne teams are trickier. Geelong should have got the Renegades once they arranged for lights. No surprise the Renegades were the worst performed team in terms of financial performance.
Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?
With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left