BBL|11 will be Duckett’s first summer playing in the competition, and the Englishman can’t wait to start playing for his new side, the Brisbane Heat.
It’s been a dismal last two seasons for the Renegades, but young batter Jake Fraser-McGurk believes they can climb the ladder in BBL|11.
Retaining the majority of the same team from BBL10 and adding some new international talent, captain Moises Henriques believes the Sydney Sixers can go back-to-back-to-back, capturing the BBL’s first-ever three-peat.
Joe Clarke and Sam Elliott will both be looking to rejuvenate the Melbourne Stars and return them to finals action in the upcoming BBL|11.
The Adelaide Strikers have yet another strong bowling line-up, and quick Harry Conway hopes it’s enough to gain some consistency in BBL|11 even without their leaders.
Armed with an international hat-trick under his belt, Nathan Ellis is out to prove that he can be a national fast bowling option in BBL|11.
The Sydney Thunder have retained much of their roster from last season with allrounder Chris Green saying the squad sticking together was important in contesting for the BBL|11 title.
Returning international Colin Munro believes the Scorchers have the team to do what the women’s side did, even without Mitch Marsh or Josh Inglis.
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The Perth Scorchers won the WBBL|07 championship for the first time for the people who’ve been there from the start, the new faces, and everyone who contributed to a nation-spanning tournament.
Formerly Strikers teammates and now opposing captains, Sophie Devine and Tahlia McGrath agree that adapting to the Perth conditions is key to this WBBL Final.
The Melbourne Renegades have again fallen at the final hurdle before the WBBL decider, outplayed from the very first ball bowled by the Adelaide Strikers.
The Adelaide Strikers run of incredible form continued with a nine wicket demolition of the Renegades to book their place in Saturday’s Final.
The Perth Scorchers will find out their WBBL FInal opponent tonight and captain Sophie Devine loves the idea of facing her old side.
Melbourne Renegades allrounder Harmanpreet Kaur and Sydney Thunder batter Phoebe Litchfield each picked up WBBL|07 awards, named Player of the Tournament and Young Gun, respectively.
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