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TV personality Tamara Wrigley revealed as latest buyer of BPL cricket team

A Sunshine Coast-based TV personality and her husband have purchased one of Queensland's newest cricket teams.

Tamara and Peter Wrigley have just announced they have secured the three-year ownership of the Moreton Magic.

Ms Wrigley, who is also the mother of up-and-coming wicket keeper Mikayla, said the opportunity to buy the Brisbane cricket club were too good to resist.

"It's a bit of fun - it's not something we expected to do," Ms Wrigley said.

"Pete has been a big cricket supporter throughout Mikayla's career, I really got into it in the last two years - and now I'm absolutely hooked.

"When the opportunity came up to buy Moreton Magic, we just couldn't resist."

The new Brisbane Premier League (BPL) competition will see cricket legends play among amateurs in the Twenty20 League.

Ms Wrigley said it was a franchise-driven tournament for juniors to senior cricketers in an event model based on the IPL," Ms Wrigley said.

"We have some great talent in Brisbane and we are going to get out there and do our best," she said.

"Yes I'm a bit competitive," she jokes.

"It's exciting as this is the first competition of its kind giving amateur cricketers the chance to play against the best of the best."

Ms Wrigley is well-known in the fashion and real estate industries, having purchased her first property at age 21.

She is not the first Coast identity to purchase a cricket team in the BPL.

High-profile compensation lawyer Travis Schultz joined forces with Nick Fitzpatrick and Joel Hamilton from the Australian Cricket Institute, business owner Dylan Pinkstone and surveyor Jared Pinkstone to purchase the Coastal Marlins.

BPL is made up of eight privately-owned teams in the league-modelled competition, which is being funded by a consortium of business people and sports stars, including Test great Ian Healy - who is a director of Queensland Cricket - and commentator Mark Nicholas.

Organisers say considerable investment would be ploughed back into grassroots cricket, which was the fundamental key to the BPL financial model.

Coaches, umpires, managers and scorers are remunerated.



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