WBBL on Fox Cricket – 36 games live and ad-break free

The summer of cricket launches back into action with the commencement of rebel WBBL|06 season with FOX CRICKET, on Foxtel, broadcasting 36 games LIVE and ad-break free.

The season will kick off with a bang with all eight teams in action on Sunday, October 25 hosting a double-header at North Sydney Oval, with a Melbourne derby between the Renegades and Stars at 10.20am followed by the Sydney smash with Sixers vs Thunders at 1.45pm.

In commentary for FOX CRICKET across the WBBL|06 season will be former Australian women’s cricketer Mel Jones OAM alongside former Australian women’s cricketer Alex Blackwell and host Megan Barnard.

General manager of FOX CRICKET, Matt Weiss:

“At Fox Cricket we are proud to increase our WBBL coverage this year by another 12 matches to 36 which is a great outcome for our subscribers. Recently we’ve added a few rounds of the Sheffield Shield, more WBBL than ever plus the only place to see every ball of the Australian Men’s Internationals and the BBL. All the best action, with the top commentary team is on Foxtel’s dedicated cricket channel this summer.”

The Blast is back! The first-ever dedicated women’s cricket show makes its returnfollowing last year’s landmark on FOX CRICKET, hosted by Megan Barnard alongside Mel Jones and Alex Blackwell.

Starting the WBBL build up is ‘The Blast Preview Show’ on Friday, October 23 at 8.00pm to preview all of the upcoming season’s action, team movements and hub life with the panel speaking with Australian women’s cricket captain and Melbourne Stars player Meg Lanning.

Then every Sunday, straight after the cricket, at 4.30pm ‘The Blast’ will relive and review the best of the WBBL action, crossing live for player reactions after the match and go inside the WBBL village with inside woman Erin Burns from the Sydney Sixers.

The WBBL|06 regular season will conclude on the weekend of November 21-22, with the semi-finals and final scheduled to be played the following week.

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Sunday, October 25

Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars at 10.20am

Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder at 1.45pm

Saturday, October 31

Sydney Thunder v Adelaide Strikers at 12.15pm Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes at 3.40pm Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Stars at 7.05pm

Sunday, November 1

Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat at 10.20am Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Sixers at 1.45pm

Tuesday, November 3

Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades at 2.30pm Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars at 7.05pm

Wednesday, November 4

Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder at 2.30pm Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers at 7.05pm

Saturday, November 7

Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers at 12.15pm Sydney Sixers v Hobart Hurricanes at 3.40pm Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers at 7.05pm

Sunday, November 8

Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers at 10.20am Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars at 1.45pm

Tuesday, November 10

Melbourne Stars v Adelaide Strikers at 2.30pm Melbourne Renegades v Hobart Hurricanes at 7.05pm

Wednesday, November 11

Perth Scorchers v Sydney Sixers at 2.30pm

Brisbane Heat v Sydney Thunder at 7.05pm

Saturday, November 14

Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades at 12.15pm Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers at 3.40pm Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars at 7.05pm

Sunday, November 15

Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat at 10.20am Sydney Thunder v Perth Scorchers at 1.45pm

Tuesday, November 17

Sydney Sixers v Brisbane Heat at 2.30pm

Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Renegades at 7.05pm

Wednesday, November 18

Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Renegades at 2.30pm Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers at 7.05pm

Saturday, November 21

Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers at 3.40pm

Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades at 7.05pm

Sunday, November 22

Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers at 10.20am

Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers at 1.45pm

WBBL|06 Finals

Semi-Finals TBC

Final TBC

*All times listed in AEDT

Aaron Ryan
Aaron Ryan is currently the Broadcast Guide Editor and a News Contributor for TV Blackbox. An experienced media writer, his work has appeared on sites including TV Central and Mumbrella since 2009. Aaron can be heard weekly on Gold and Power FM | Call/Text - 0400 218 566

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