Sydney Sixers on Tuesday declared the marking of all-rounder Lisa Griffith and swing bowler, Sarah Aley, in front of the up and coming Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL).
Griffith goes to the Sydney Sixers after three seasons with cross-town rival Sydney Thunder while Aley, the second-most elevated wicket-taker throughout the entire existence of the WBBL with 83 scalps, will play her 6th period of the WBBL for the Sydney Sixers.
Aley is required to add to the Sydney Sixers both as a player and in an associate training limit.
Griffith played 29 counterparts for the Thunder taking 11 wickets, subsequent to getting back to the tip top degree of the game after a six-year rest she spent chipping away at steers stations all through Australia’s northern states.
The 28-year-old will give experience bat and ball and furthermore brings solid authority aptitudes having captained the NSW Breakers in five WNCL matches, including the last misfortune to Western Australia, the previous summer.
“I am truly eager to get the opportunity to work with Benny Sawyer, he is a phenomenal bowling trainer. Likewise, to have the option to play close by players like Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy, who I grew up being propelled by and trying to resemble, will be incredible. I realize I can gain from the senior players,” Griffith said in an official delivery.
Here’s the Sydney Sixers’ Squad:
Sarah Aley, Erin Burns, Stella Campbell, Lauren Cheatle, Maddy Darke, Ash Gardner, Lisa Griffith, Alyssa Healy, Jodie Hicks, Emma Hughes, Marizanne Kapp, Ellyse Perry, Ange Reakes, Hayley Silver-Holmes, Dane van Niekerk.
The Women’s Big Bash League is scheduled to start from October 17. The primary match of the competition will be played between Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat.
Sydney Sixers will take on Melbourne Renegades in their first experience around the same time.