|Style||Right hand bat, Right-arm fast-medium|
|D. O. B.||30 April, 1987|
Notwithstanding the injury concerns that have dogged him recently, Morris’s fast bowling strike power gave the Multiply Titans a crucial advantage in the final run-in to their Sunfoil Series title, taking six for 55 to destroy the VKB Knights in the last game and set up a target of just 110 for victory and the title.
Morris was also the individual match-winner with his tremendous figures of four for 13, the best ever in a franchise T20 final, as the Titans hammered the Hollywoodbets Dolphins to win the title in the shortest format.
He has always been an explosive force in T20, as shown by him holding the record for the most number of wickets in a season for the Titans: 18 in 2015/16.
But Morris is also a key all-rounder in the Titans set-up, his hitting being as ferocious as the fire he brings with the ball. While his lusty blows provide the perfect boost in the closing overs of limited-overs contests, he can also knuckle down and make hundreds in four-day cricket, as he showed in his epic 113 against the Warriors in East London last season.
The all-round package includes athletic fielding, a strong arm and excellent catching behind the wicket.