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WBBL 2023 Squad: As per WBBL 2023 schedule, the first match of the season will be played between Sydney Sixers Women and Melbourne Stars Women at North Sydney Oval, Sydney.
Women’s Big Bash League 2023
The Women’s Big Bash League 2023 will be played across 12 different venues across Australia. A total of 57 matches will be played during the WBBL 2023 edition with the final game on December 2.
WBBL teams will have the opportunity to pick up to a total of 3 overseas stars through the WBBL 2023 Overseas Players Draft, with a retention pick allowing them to secure one of their WBBL|08 key players. The draft process is expected to mirror the BBL’s draft introduced last summer.
WBBL 2023 Teams
WBBL 2023 Teams: A total of 8 teams will lock their horns to play the Women’s Big Bash League 2023. Check out the WBBL 2023 Teams below:
- Adelaide Strikers
- Brisbane Heat
- Hobart Hurricanes
- Melbourne Renegades
- Melbourne Stars
- Perth Scorchers
- Sydney Sixers
- Sydney Thunder
WBBL 2023 Squad
WBBL 2023 Squad: The WBBL 2023 overseas player draft will be staged on September 3 at 3:00 PM AEST. The WBBL 2023 Overseas Player Draft will be broadcast on Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports on the event day.
Check out the WBBL 2023 Squad/Women’s Big Bash League 2023 Squad below:
The squad will be updated following the official announcement!!!
Darcie Brown, Katie Mack, Tahlia McGrath, Annie O’Neil, Megan Schutt, Madeline Penna, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Jemma Barsby, Ella Wilson, Bridget Patterson, Laura Wolvaardt, Dani Gibson, Anesu Mushangwe, Georgia Adams
Nicola Hancock, Grace Harris, Mikayla Hinkley, Ellie Johnston, Charli Knott, Grace Parsons, Georgia Redmayne, Courtney Sippell, Laura Harris, Jess Jonassen, Georgia Voll, Amelia Kerr, Bess Heath, Mignon du Preez, Sarah Glenn, Lucy Hamilton
Heather Graham, Ruth Johnston, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Molly Strano, Elyse Villani, Amy Smith, Rachel Trenaman, Nicola Carrey, Shabnim Ismail, Bryony Smith, Lizelle Lee
Sarah Coyte, Ellie Falconer, Ella Hayward, Sophie Molineux, Georgia Prestwidge, Tayla Vlaeminck, Georgia Wareham, Jess Duffin, Hayley Matthews, Harmanpreet Kaur, Courtney Webb, Tammy Beaumont
Tess Flintoff, Kim Garth, Meg Lanning, Rhys McKenna, Annabel Sutherland, Sasha Moloney, Sophie Day, Sophie Reid, Alice Capsey, Maia Bouchier, Sophia Dunkley
Charis Bekker, Amy Edgar, Alana King, Beth Mooney, Taneale Peschel, Piepa Cleary, Sophie Devine, Danni Wyatt, Stella Campbell
Maitlan Brown, Erin Burns, Stella Campbell, Lauren Cheatle, Ashleigh Gardner, Emma Hughes, Ellyse Perry (c), Jade Allen, Chloe Tryon, Jess Kerr, Maitlan Brown
Marizanne Kapp, Heather Knight, Lauren Bell, Hannah Darlington, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Anika Learoyd, Phoebe Litchfield, Lauren Smith
Latest on Top!!!
- September 28: Young fast bowler Stella Campbell joins Perth Scorchers for WBBL09.
- September 28: Maitlan Brown has been signed by Sydney Sixers for the WBBL 09.
- September 26: Brisbane Heat have secured Sarah Glenn and Lucy Hamilton for the WBBL 2023.
- September 19: The Adelaide Strikers have recruited English allrounder Georgia Adams to fill their third overseas spot.
- September 19: Tammy Beaumont joins Melbourne Renegades for the WBBL 2023 season.
- September 14: Melbourne Renegades signed Courtney Webb for two more years ahead of WBBL09.
- September 11: Hobart Hurricanes re-signs Lizelle Lee for WBBL 2023
- September 9: Brisbane Heat signs Mignon du Preez for the WBBL 2023 season.
- September 7: England batter Sophia Dunkley joins Melbourne Stars for WBBL 2023
- September 6: The spin sensation from Zimbabwe, Anesu Mushangwe, is set to stay with the Adelaide Strikers for another season
- September 1: Dane van Niekerk withdraws from the WBBL 2023 Overseas draft.
- August 31: Piepa Cleary joins Perth Scorchers for another two years.
- August 30: Melbourne Renegades signed Jess Duffin for the WBBL09.
- August 29: Indian opening batter Smriti Mandhana opted out of WBBL 2023 to focus on domestic games.
- August 26: England’s Sophie Ecclestone dislocated her right shoulder during The Hundreds and was ruled out of the WBBL 2023.
- August 23: Brisbane Heat signs one of Queensland’s most exciting young talents Georgia Voll for WBBL 2023.
- August 18: Brisbane Heat signs Jess Jonassen for the WBBL 2023 season.
- August 16: Sydney Sixers sign Jade Allen for the WBBL 2023 season.
- August 11: Bridget Patterson’s set to bring up seasons with the Adelaide Strikers with fresh ink on a two-year deal.
- August 10: Hobart Hurricanes re-signs Nichola Carey for the WBBL09.
- August 10: Ellyse Perry re-signs with Sydney Sixers for the WBBL 2023 season.
- August 8: Melbourne Stars signs Sophie Reid and Sophie Dunkley for the WBBL 09 season.
- August 4: Adelaide Strikers resigns Ella Wilson for the WBBL 2023 season.
- August 3: Hobart Hurricanes re-signs Rachel Trenaman for the upcoming WBBL 2023 season.
- July 26: Sasha Moloney was signed by Melbourne Stars for WBBL09.
- July 13: Brisbane Heat signed Ellie Johnston and Laura Harris for the WBBL 2023 season.
- July 13: Amy Smith was roped in by Hobart Hurricanes for the WBBL 2023 season.
- June 27: Melbourne Stars signs Annabel Sutherland for a three-year deal.
- June 23: Adelaide Strikers locks spin bowler Jemma Barsby for WBBL09.
- June 21: Amanda Jade Wellington – One of the best spinners in the game will be with the Adelaide Strikers until WBBL|11.
- June 19: Heather Graham locked in a contract extension with the Hobart Hurricanes all the way through to 2026.
- March 7: Melbourne Stars signs Meg Lanning for WBBL09 and will remain with the team until WBBL11.