Team Preview: Melbourne Renegades in WBBL 2019 – Fixtures, Squad, Key Players

The team which failed to qualify for Finals last season by a whisker is Melbourne Renegades. This year for sure they will be coming strong and will be eyeing on the trophy.

Melbourne Renegades WBBL 2019
Melbourne Renegades WBBL 2019. Pic Credits

Coming to the team there are two major changes in the squad. The skipper Amy Satterthwaite who is on maternity leave and speed gun Tayla Vlaeminck who has joined Hurricanes this season will be missing from the squad.

Though they are missing them, the squad looks settled in all the departments.

Coming to the batting, Jess Duffin will lead the department and they have some exciting English players Tammy Beaumont and Danni Wyatt who are excellent players of this format. All-rounders Sophie Molineux and Molly Strano will add depth to the batting.

In bowling, Renegades have one of the best bowling attacks which are lead by Lea Tahuhu, followed by young Aussie International Georgia Wareham, Sophie Molineux, Molly Strano, etc.

Compared to all the seasons, they look strong on the paper and they will be eyeing for the championship this time.

Captain: Jess Duffin
Coach: Tim Coyle

Overseas Internationals:

Tammy Beaumont
Danni Wyatt
Lea Tahuhu

Full Squad :

Tammy Beaumont (Eng), Makinley Blows, Maitlan Brown, Josie Dooley, Jess Duffin, Erica Kershaw, Claire Koski, Carly Leeson, Sophie Molineux (Aus), Courtney Neale, Molly Strano, Lea Tahuhu (NZ), Georgia Wareham (Aus), Courtney Webb, Danni Wyatt (Eng).

Fixtures :

October 19 v Strikers, Karen Rolton Oval (2 pm)

October 20 v Strikers, Karen Rolton Oval (2 pm)

October 23 v Scorchers, Junction Oval (1 pm)

October 26 v Thunder, Blacktown (7 pm)

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November 1 v Scorchers, WACA (5.40 pm)

November 2 v Sixers, WACA (12.10 pm)

November 9 v Hurricanes, Junction Oval (1 pm)

November 10 v Hurricanes, Junction Oval (1 pm

November 17 v Sixers, Drummoyne Oval (2.10ppm

November 20 v Heat, Junction Oval (10 mm)

November 23 v Stars, Eastern Oval, Ballarat (2 pm

November 27 v Heat, AB Field (1.10 pm)

November 30 v Renegades, Junction Oval (10.4mmmmDecember 1 v Thunder, Junction Oval (10.40 am)

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