The Perth Scorchers will find out their WBBL FInal opponent tonight and captain Sophie Devine loves the idea of facing her old side.
A Perth Scorchers win off the final ball of the game has all but secured a home final, the team looking forward with optimism based on a collective effort.
Rain spoiled a milestone day in Adelaide, where Beth Mooney passed 3500 WBBL runs and Marizanne Kapp took her 100th WBBL wicket.
With power-duo Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney falling early, it gave a chance for the rest of the Perth Scorchers lineup to make some runs, and almost chase down the total set by the Hurricanes.
Beth Mooney’s unbeaten century led the Perth Scorchers to victory against the Melbourne Renegades at the WACA.
The Perth Scorchers suffered multiple batting collapses in their massive run chase, the loss breaking their two-game win streak as they look ahead to the next fixture.
Sophie Devine was at her destructive best against the Sydney Thunder, scoring her 3rd WBBL century at UTAS Stadium in Launceston
Beth Mooney has praised her team’s resilience after the super over win over Brisbane as the Perth Scorchers prepare for a short turnaround, taking the field again tomorrow night.
The Perth Scorchers had an inconsistent season in 2020. The side is hoping some big name additions can take their team further in WBBL|07.
Australia, led again by Beth Mooney and Tahlia McGrath sealed its victory in the Multi-Format series with a comfortable 14 run win in the 3rd T20 to finish with an 11 point – 5 win over India.
Beth Mooney and Tahlia McGrath performance will go down in history as one of the greats as the pair secure the win for Australia against India and kept their winning streak alive
It’s been a long time between hits for the Southern Stars but according to superstar Beth Mooney, the squad are raring to go for thier multi-format series against India
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