Teen Tyros Light Up Opening Weekend of Women Big Bash League

No doubt Phoebe Litchfield played extra-ordinary, but she is not only the player as a teenager who makes a big impression in the Rebel Women Big Bash League.

Everyone is looking for teenagers to play extra-ordinary in the WBBL. The left-handed batter phoebe Litchfield who made scores of 26 and 52no for the Thunder. It was her debut in the big bash league.

Another teenager, Hannah Darlington from Brisbane Heat, played brilliant shots with 1-22 from only four overs. She is just 18-years old teenager, and according to Littlefield, she said: “Hannah Darlington is a talented young player.”

Captain of Sydney Thunder told on Channel 7 during the live broadcast on Sunday. He said, “We should increase the confidence of young players as Hannah played extra-ordinary for the team, and we are expecting more upcoming matches.”

“It is a positive impact for the NSW Cricket that players like Hannah and Phoebe as a teenager performing great in WBBL.”

Maddy, Hayley Silver, and Stella played both the matches for the Sixers. The matches were at Sydney Oval Ground. On the other hand, Two young players in Melbourne Stars played well against the Hobart Hurricanes in Chloe Rafferty and Tess Flintoff.

A 16 years old Allrounder, scored 34no in only 22 balls and finished the match at 0-9 from only two overs on Saturday.

This season there is a lot of opportunities for the Josie Doley, who came from the Brisbane Heat to the Renegades. She has made 20 balls from only 19 deliveries in the first opening match.

Leg spinner Amelia Kerr from Brisbane Heat having extra-ordinary plied her trade for the NewZealand. In her debut in Sydney Oval ground on Saturday match, she took three wickets from only four balls. But she missed the hat-trick.

She said: “Cricket Australia is incredible space” The teams are doing amazing and young talent also coming with great efforts.