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Josie Dooley's half-century and Molly Strano's four-for go in vain as Melbourne Renegades exit in semi-finals again
Meanwhile, Beth Mooney and spinners helped Brisbane Heat secure a home semi-final with a win against Melbourne Stars
Sydney Thunder, meanwhile, kept their slender hopes of semi-final qualification alive with a win over the Melbourne Stars
The New Zealand allrounder joins Australia's Beth Mooney, Delissa Kimmince and Jess Jonassen as the players with international experience in the Heat squad
A full house at Drummoyne Oval was witness to a heroic batting effort in the WBBL final
'We've got used to winning, so it sucks when you don't,' says Ellyse Perry after Sydney Sixers relinquish their hold on the WBBL trophy
The wicketkeeper batsman made a sensational half-century while battling heat-induced exhaustion to end the Sixers' quest for a hat-trick of titles
Sydney Sixers, the most dominant team of the tournament so far, are looking for their third title in a row
The Brisbane Heat opener smashed 19 boundaries, including six sixes, to consign Melbourne Stars to a ten-wicket defeat
The third season of the WBBL broke plenty of run-scoring records, with shots clearing the boundary more frequently than ever before, but work still remains before the tournament realises its full potential
With six teams chasing four spots ahead of the WBBL's last leg, there's much to play for after a topsy-turvy week for a few of the franchises
Hat-tricks, last-ball thrillers and swinging fortunes made for an action-packed second week at WBBL 2017-18
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