Beth Mooney notches her ninth fifty of the season as Brisbane Heat win back-to-back WBBL titles.
Amanda-Jade Wellington hammered 55 off just 33 balls for Adelaide Strikers in the Women's Big Bash League final
The Heat's prolific keeper made an unbeaten half-century in front of a sold out Allan Border Field
Sophie Devine hit her 14th WBBL fifty to lead the Adelaide Strikers to an 8 wicket win over Perth Scorchers.
Molly Strano took four key wickets for Melbourne Renegades but Brisbane's third wicket 80-run stand helped to fire Heat into the final.
Josie Dooley's half-century and Molly Strano's four-for go in vain as Melbourne Renegades exit in semi-finals again
Sophie Devine, who picked up two wickets and made 65 not-out, and Tahlia McGrath steered Strikers to their first-ever WBBL final
The Melbourne Renegades captain also plays Australian Rules Football and the clash of sports has raised a tricky situation
Suzie Bates explains the key role Sophie Devine has played in the Adelaide Strikers reaching the WBBL semifinals.
The Adelaide Strikers allrounder is the leading run-scorer and six-hitting in this year's tournament
The Sydney Thunder fast bowler will continue to represent New South Wales Breakers
Meanwhile, Beth Mooney and spinners helped Brisbane Heat secure a home semi-final with a win against Melbourne Stars
Melbourne Renegades captain Jess Duffin stepped in to rescue her side from 11 for 2
Elyse Villani and Lizelle Lee set the platform for Stars' total of 162 for 4
It's the last weekend of the regular season in the WBBL with the final push for a spot in the knockouts
The Sydney Thunder have an outside chance of making the WBBL finals, but Blackwell may have just one match left
Sydney Thunder, meanwhile, kept their slender hopes of semi-final qualification alive with a win over the Melbourne Stars
Catch up with the weekend action from the WBBL as the race for the knockouts hots up
Belinda Vakawera takes two wickets and effects a run-out in four balls to keep Brisbane Heat to a total of 157.
Brilliant work in the field was the difference as Brisbane Heat secured a narrow 7-run victory over Hobart Hurricanes.
Talented allrounder becomes the latest Australian cricketer to step away from the game citing mental health concerns
Jess Jonassen's 63 not-out off 29 balls extended Brisbane Heat's lead at the top of the WBBL table
Smith posted team news on Instagram an hour before the match against the Sydney Thunder and is effectively banned for three months
She has been diagnosed with a low grade AC injury and will certainly miss the Sixers' next match against Hobart Hurricanes