2014-15 was another standout KFC T20 Big Bash League season for Brisbane Heat power batsman Chris Lynn.
For the second consecutive season he topped the Heat's run-scorers list with 243 runs at a strike-rate of 148.18.
His 725 runs is the most by any Heat batsman in the history of the Big Bash League, while he is 8th on the competition's run-scorers list after four seasons.
Lynn is seen as a future leader of the club and will be hoping his consistent form is rewarded with more international appearances after he made his T20I debut against England in January 2014.
A hamstring injury will unfortunately rule him out of the Indian Premier League where he was due to once again play for the Kolkata Knight Riders.
Lynn was a key member of the Heat side that won the BBL|02 title, and also featured in the My Foot Dr Queensland Bulls team that took out the Sheffield Shield in 2011-12.
Brisbane born and bred, he has two younger brothers and an older sister.
As a youngster, he was up for all sports, playing AFL, rugby league and rugby union, while his promise in cricket saw his Dad Col, a former Australian water polo representative, turn backyard blitzer to build a net in the yard at the family home.
On a day off from cricket he likes to jump in the car and drive to the Gold Coast for a surf or head out on onto Moreton Bay for a jet ski. He is a prolific twitterer under @lynny50.
He is our ex-factor and has the ability to win the Heat games off his own bat. We can't wait to see him go around again.