135dThe Report by Daniel Brettig in Adelaide

Sydney Sixers cruise to second straight WBBL title

Sydney Sixers dominated Perth Scorchers from the start to lift their second Women's Big Bash League title in three seasons, drawing inspiration from the exemplary bowling of Sarah Coyte

Match Centre

END OF OVER:
15 | 15 Runs | SS-W: 100/1 | RR: 6.66

  • EA Perry36 (42b)
  • A Gardner22 (16b)
  • EL King4-0-26-1
  • H Graham4-0-17-0

Thanks for joining us for the final. Please do join for the BBL final in a while. Till then stock up on popcorn and whatever you would want to enjoy the match with. Good day from all of us here Perry: Really proud of the girls. It was probably the best game we played this season. We do enjoy this couple of months thoroughly. We are forming a good rivalry (v Perth Scorchers). They didn't have a good day today

Villani: Sixers bowled well and it was extremely to difficult to score at times. Thank the girls for an amazing ride.

Sarah Coyte is the Player of the Match for bowling well. Her figures read 4-0-17-3

Sydney Sixers win the WBBL for the second time and both the times Perth Scorchers were the runner-up. The slow start by Perth Scorchers openers and their dismissals in quick succession meant Sydney Sixers were looking at a small total to chase, but they didn't expect to be chasing just 100 runs to retain the title

14.6
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King to Perry, FOUR runs, Sydney Sixers win the WBBL. Good length ball outside the off stump. She rocks back and cuts it past the point fielder for a boundary.
14.5
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King to Perry, FOUR runs, drives it back past the bowler for a boundary
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King to Gardner, 1 run, steers it to short third-man for a single
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King to Perry, 1 run, turns it to the leg side for a single
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King to Gardner, 1 run,
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King to Gardner, FOUR runs, fuller ball outside the off stump. She stands in the crease and lofts it to long-off for a boundary