A wicket-keeping top order batsman, Glenn Phillips made his domestic debut in New Zealand when he was just 18-years-old. Soon after, in the 2016-17 season of the Super Smash he got the most runs in the tournament, even scoring an unbeaten 116* off 57 balls, the highest score in the tournament that year. He went on to represent New Zealand in the 2016 Under-19 World Cup playing all of their sixes matches as wicket-keeper.
This is Phillip’s third CPL, in his first season he scored just the second century by a foreign player in the Caribbean Premier League. The other centurion in the league being fellow-kiwi Colin Munro. And last season he finished as the top run-getter for the Tallawahs in an otherwise disappointing campaign.