On Saturday, after an emphatic 7 wickets win over Melbourne Stars Women in the WBBL final in Sydney, the Sydney Thunder Women won its second WBBL title.
Setting a target of just 87 runs to win their 1st title since the 2015-16 season, the Sydney Thunder Women romped home in 13.4 overs to become the joint-most successful side in the league alongside the Sydney Sixers Women and the Brisbane Heat Women.
During the chase, Melbourne Stars Women took 3 wickets before the skipper of Sydney Thunder Women, Rachael Haynes (21 not out) came to the crease to join Heather Knight (26 not out) who wrapped up things with a 6 over long off.
Rachael Haynes said at the ceremony for the presentation that it's an incredible feeling, and it's an amazing effort from everyone at the club,she would like to thank all the international players and staff who went through the isolation period to get the tournament up and running.
Due to state border restrictions in place to resolve the COVID-19 pandemic, the whole WBBL season was played in Sydney, and all 59 games were held at 5 venues in the city.