Peter Forrest will once again lace up the pads for the Brisbane Heat during this summer's KFC T20 Big Bash League season after being one of the club's most consistent performers in BBL|04.
His 237 runs at an average of 47, made mostly under tough conditions after the loss of early wickets, were enough for him to claim the Heat's Most Valuable Player in 2014-15.
A foundation player, Foz is the Heat's third most capped player and fourth highest run-scorer in KFC T20 Big Bash League history.
Forrest has been a consistent performer for Brisbane and Queensland across all formats for several years, with his career highlight undoubtedly scoring a One-Day International century for Australia against Sri Lanka in 2012.
Originally from the New South Wales western suburbs, Foz has fully embraced the South East Queensland lifestyle, and when not out on the cricket field he can often be found fishing with his Brisbane Heat teammates or tearing up the water on jet ski.
He has had a busy off-season including a bumper trip to the USA where is took in a Boston Red Sox game.
We also think he's got a good knack for presenting, so expect to see him front and centre in plenty of Heat TV videos this season.
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Always solid at the top of the order and a great pair of hands in the field. One of the team's cool heads.