Women’s Big Bash ready to take centre stage: Ellyse Perry

There is a game on Friday at North Sydney Oval. The Women’s big bash league will be played for the next eight weeks. It will be the World’s top women domestic twenty-twenty matches. All the games will play in the home ground of the teams on different grounds include North Sydney Oval.

Ellyse Perry is the captain of Sydney sixers and said that there is no better place than the North Sydney Oval to play cricket. There will be a grand final match between Sydney Sixers and Brisbane Heat on Saturday. And before it, Heat will meet the Sydney Thunder on Thursday.

Captain Perry further said, “It is the spiritual home ground and we love to play cricket here at sixers. If we talk about women cricket, then this is the best ground for women cricket in Australia.”

“In this ground, there are a lot of high scoring matches, and players are got more entertainment because of a huge crowd, and people are watching from home also excited. Therefore, it is the best ground to start and the best venue for Women Big bash league matches.”

The final festival on the 7 or 8 December and in this season there will be seven festivals from all around the country. It will be an incredible opportunity, and competition will be more excited on its own.

Perry said, “We have got a couple of years to be realistic for growing in a better position like big bash for males.”

It is our responsibility to tell the public the women’s big bash league is worth watching. It’s a great product, and WBBL is worth watching.

Thunder is now playing with a new leadership Trevor Griffin, and the new captain is Rachael Haynes. They have lost the Allrounder Nicola Carey to Hobart Hurricanes. On the other hand, they have also lost the west indies captain Stafanie Taylor from the Strikers.

In the coming matches, we have excellent and excited youngsters in the squad. International players include Nida dar and Shabnam Ismail, also contribute their performance in a team.