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Melbourne Stars Women vs Sydney Thunder Women Live Score Toss and Playing XI: The match will start on Saturday, 28 November...
Melbourne Stars Women will take on Sydney Thunder Women at the North Sydney Oval, Sydney, in the Final of Womens Big...
WBBL 2020 2nd Semi-Final BH-W vs ST-W Live Cricket Score Ball by Ball Commentary, Scorecard & Result
Brisbane Heat Women vs Sydney Thunder Women Live Score Toss and Playing XI: The match will start on Thursday, 26 November...
Brisbane Heat Women will take on Sydney Thunder Women at the North Sydney Oval, Sydney, in the 2nd Semi-Final of Womens...
Brisbane Heat Women will take on Sydney Thunder Women in the 2nd Semi-Final of the Women’s Big Bash League 2020 on...
WBBL 2020 1st Semi-Final MS-W vs PS-W Live Cricket Score Ball by Ball Commentary, Scorecard & Result
Melbourne Stars Women vs Perth Scorchers Women Live Score Toss and Playing XI: The match will start on Wednesday, 25 November...
Melbourne Stars Women will take on Perth Scorchers Women at the North Sydney Oval, Sydney, in the 1st Semi-Final of Womens...
Melbourne Stars Women will take on Perth Scorchers Women in the 1st Semi-Final of the Women’s Big Bash League 2020 on...
Melbourne Renegades Women vs Brisbane Heat Women Live Score Toss and Playing XI: The match will start on Sunday, 22 November...
More about "Women's Big Bash League"
The Women’s Big Bash League is an Australian women’s domestic Twenty20 cricket competition which features eight city-based franchises, which are branded identically to the men’s Big Bash League. The WBBL first edition came in 2015-16 which replaced the Australian Women’s Twenty20 Cup which was earlier played from 2007-8 to 2014-15.
The teams consist of current and former Australian Women’s cricketer and each team have up to three overseas marquee players. Till now five seasons have completed successfully out of which Sydney Sixer and Brisbane Heat have won two titles each and Sydney Thunder has won the first which was the inaugural season.
The eight teams are each state’s capital city, which features at least once whereas Sydney and Melbourne featured two teams.
|Team||Location||Home ground||Coach||Captain||Titles won|
|Adelaide Strikers||North Adelaide, South Australia||Karen Rolton Oval||Luke Williams||Suzie Bates||0|
|Brisbane Heat||Albion, Queensland||Allan Border Field||Ashley Noffke||Jess Jonassen||2|
|Hobart Hurricanes||Bellerive, Tasmania||Blundstone Arena||Salliann Briggs||Corinne Hall||0|
|Melbourne Renegades||St Kilda, Victoria||CitiPower Centre||Lachlan Stevens||Amy Satterthwaite||0|
|Melbourne Stars||St Kilda, Victoria||CitiPower Centre||Trent Woodhill||Meg Lanning||0|
|Perth Scorchers||East Perth, Western Australia||Lilac Hill Park||Shelley Nitschke||Sophie Devine||0|
|Sydney Sixers||Moore Park, New South Wales||North Sydney Oval||Ben Sawyer||Ellyse Perry||2|
|Sydney Thunder||Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales||Blacktown ISP Oval||Trevor Griffin||Rachael Haynes||1|
WBBL All-time stats
All-time stats Batting record holder of the Women’s Big Bash League.
|Most runs||Ellyse Perry (SYS) – 2,612|
|Highest score||Ashleigh Gardner (SYS) – 114 (52)|
|Highest partnership||Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry (SYS) – 199*|
|Most sixes||Sophie Devine (ADS) – 88|
All-time stats Bowling record holder of the Women’s Big Bash League.
|Most wickets||Molly Strano (MLR) – 96|
|Best bowling figures||Molly Strano (MLR) – 5/15|
All-time stats Fielding record holder of the Women’s Big Bash League.
|Most dismissals (WK)||Alyssa Healy (SYS) – 69 (40 catches, 29 stumpings)|
|Most catches (Fielding)||Erin Burns (HBH, SYS) – 39|
All-time Team stats of the Women’s Big Bash League.
|Most wins||Sydney Sixers – 50|
|Most losses||Hobart Hurricanes – 47|
|Highest score||Sydney Sixers – 4/242 (20 overs) vs Melbourne Stars (9 December 2017)|
|Lowest score||Hobart Hurricanes – 66 (14.1 overs) vs Sydney Sixers (25 January 2017)|
|Brisbane Heat – 66 (16.1 overs) vs Melbourne Renegades (23 December 2017)|
|Highest successful chase||Melbourne Renegades – 4/185 (19 overs) vs Brisbane Heat (27 November 2019)|
|Lowest successful defense||Sydney Thunder – 9/104 (20 overs) vs Melbourne Stars (17 January 2016)|
|Biggest winning margin||Batting first: Sydney Sixers – 103 runs vs Hobart Hurricanes (25 January 2017)|
|Brisbane Heat – 68 balls remaining vs Melbourne Stars (10 January 2019)|
|Longest winning streak||Sydney Sixers – 9 matches|
|Longest losing streak||Hobart Hurricanes – 10 matches|
|Longest head-to-head winning streak||Sydney Sixers – 11 matches vs Hobart Hurricanes|
Each WBBL season
It was the inaugural season of the Women’s Big Bash League. In this season, Sydney Thunder was at the 1st position in the WBBL point table and went on to win the WBBL title after defeating Sydney Sixers by 3 wickets in the final. The Melbourne Renegades were at the bottom of the points table.
In the second season of the Women’s Big Bash League, Sydney Sixers was at the 1st position in the WBBL point table and went on to win the WBBL title by defeating Perth Scorchers Sixers by 7 runs in the final. The Adelaide Strikers were at the bottom of the points table.
In the third season of the Women’s Big Bash League, Sydney Sixers was again at the 1st position in the WBBL point table and went on to win the WBBL title for the second time by defeating Perth Scorchers by 9 wickets in the final. The Hobart Hurricanes were at the bottom of the points table.
In the fourth season of the Women’s Big Bash League, Sydney Sixers again topped the WBBL point table for the third time in a row but this time Brisbane Heat went on to win the WBBL title for the first time by defeating Sydney Sixers by 9 wickets in the final. The Hobart Hurricanes were at the bottom of the points table.
In the fifth season of the Women’s Big Bash League, Brisbane Heat was at the 1st position in the WBBL point table and went on to win the WBBL title for the second time in a row by defeating Adelaide Strikers by 6 wickets in the final. The Melbourne Stars were at the bottom of the points table.
|Adelaide Strikers||7th||8th||4th (SF)||6th||2nd (RU)|
|Brisbane Heat||6th||3rd (SF)||5th||3rd (C)||1st (C)|
|Hobart Hurricanes||2nd (SF)||4th (SF)||8th||8th||7th|
|Melbourne Renegades||8th||7th||6th||4th (SF)||4th (SF)|
|Perth Scorchers||4th (SF)||2nd (RU)||3rd (RU)||5th||3rd (SF)|
|Sydney Sixers||3rd (RU)||1st (C)||1st (C)||1st (RU)||5th|
|Sydney Thunder||1st (C)||6th||2nd (SF)||2nd (SF)||6th|
*C = Champion; RU = Runner-up; SF = Semifinalist; 1st = Position after Regular Season
|Season Top Performer|
|Season||Champions||Most runs||Most wickets||Player of the Tournament||
Young Gun award
|2015–16||Sydney Thunder||Meg Lanning (MLS) – 560||Rene Farrell (SYT) – 26||Meg Lanning (MLS)||Lauren Cheatle (SYT)|
|2016–17||Sydney Sixers||Meg Lanning (MLS) – 503||Sarah Aley (SYS) – 28||Beth Mooney (BRH)||
Ashleigh Gardner (SYS)
|2017–18||Sydney Sixers||Ellyse Perry (SYS) – 552||Aley (SYS), Brunt (PRS) – 23||Amy Satterthwaite (MLR)||Sophie Molineux (MLR)|
|2018–19||Brisbane Heat||Ellyse Perry (SYS) – 777||Graham (PRS), Kimmince (BRH) – 22||Ellyse Perry (SYS)||
Georgia Wareham (MLR)
|2019–20||Brisbane Heat||Sophie Devine (ADS) – 769||Molly Strano (MLR) – 24||Sophie Devine (ADS)||
Hannah Darlington (SYT)
The sixth edition of the Women’s Big Bash League will kick start from 25 October to 29 November 2020. This time the whole tournament will be played in Sydney due to the restriction on state border amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
|WBBL 2020-21 Edition|
|Team||Captain||Coach||Australian representatives||Overseas players|
|Adelaide Strikers||Suzie Bates||Luke Williams||Tahlia McGrath
|Brisbane Heat||Jess Jonassen||Ashley Noffke||Jess Jonassen
|Nadine de Klerk
|Hobart Hurricanes||Corinne Hall||Salliann Briggs||Nicola Carey
|Melbourne Renegades||Amy Satterthwaite||Lachlan Stevens||Sophie Molineux
|Melbourne Stars||Meg Lanning||Trent Woodhill||Meg Lanning
Mignon du Preez
|Perth Scorchers||Sophie Devine||Shelley Nitschke||Beth Mooney
|Sydney Sixers||Ellyse Perry||Ben Sawyer||Ashleigh Gardner
Dane van Niekerk
|Sydney Thunder||Rachael Haynes||Trevor Griffin||Rachael Haynes||Tammy Beaumont
WBBL 2020-21 Schedule
The sixth edition of the WBBL will start on 25th October at North Sydney Oval, Sydney where Melbourne Renegades Women will take on Melbourne Stars Women.