WBBL 2016-17

Mandhana targets World Cup return

Mandhana targets World Cup return

Recovering from left knee surgery, India Women opener says WBBL stint was a massive learning experience despite modest numbers read more

Ismail and Kapp: Sharpshooters in a South African quiver

Delivering a one-two punch of pace and swing, they're one of the most effective new- read more

Shaped by the past, Kim Garth looks ahead to bright future

With an impressive sporting lineage and performances that have already caught the eye, the Ireland women player read more

Lanning to lead, Harmanpreet at No. 4 in WBBL team of the tournament

Three members of the champion Sydney Sixers side feature in the first-choice XI, while Kapp, Satterthwaite and Tahuhu complete the overseas lineup

Beth Mooney named Rebel WBBL|02 Player of the Tournament

Votes are awarded on a 3-2-1 basis by the standing umpires at the end of each match meaning a player can receive up to six votes per match

Aley, Healy lead Sydney Sixers to WBBL 2 title

Seamer’s four wickets keeps Perth Scorchers to 117/7 after wicketkeeper-captain’s brisk 40 helps them post 124/5

Gillespie to Gardner – following in weighty indigenous footsteps

At a time when Cricket Australia is pushing for a more inclusive sport, Sydney Sixers’ young allrounder is a role model

KFC BBL|06 attracts more than one million fans

BBL matches this season have attracted an average attendance of 30,358, a 3% increase on the BBL|05 average attendance of 29,443

Healy powers Sydney Sixers to WBBL final

Stand-in skipper smashes 77 to help fashion 103-run rout of Hobart Hurricanes

Perth Scorchers enter maiden WBBL final

King finishes with 2 for 16 and Villani remains unbeaten on 52 to help set up nine-wicket defeat of Brisbane Heat

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