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About Perth Scorchers Wbbl
The domestic Twenty20 franchise cricket team of Australia is the Perth Scorchers. It plays in the Big Bash League and represents Perth, Western Australia (BBL). Perth Scorchers Women is also an incredible team that competes in the fantasy cricket matches.
History of Perth Scorchers
The Perth Scorchers are a WBBL squad that is affiliated with the men's team of the same name. The WACA named Mark Atkinson as the Scorchers' initial coach on May 9, 2015. Jess Cameron was announced as the team's first-ever player signing at the official WBBL debut on July 10. Nicole Bolton has been named Perth's first captain.
The Scorchers, on the other hand, was thrown into disarray almost immediately when Cameron announced his retirement from cricket in October (she would return to the league the following season, albeit with the Melbourne Stars). Then, only days before the WBBL began, Atkinson was replaced as head coach by Lisa Keightley.
Owner of Perth Scorchers
John Stein is the owner of Perth Scorchers.
"There are a lot of synergies between Direct Trades Supply and the Perth Scorchers," said John Stein, the company's owner. "To achieve results, both organisations place a premium on hard work and dedication."
Previous Coaches and Captains of Perth Scorchers
Coaches -Mickey Arthur was named coach initially, but resigned before the start of the 2011–12 season after being named coach of the Australian cricket team. Lachlan Stevens, his previous assistant, took his post. Stevens was succeeded by Justin Langer in November 2012. Adam Voges was announced as the new coach for the 2018–19 season after Langer was appointed as the Australian coach in May 2018.
Captain - Ashton Turner is the present captain of Perth Scorchers since 2018.
Perth Scorchers Players
Shaun Marsh, Cameron Bancroft, Michael Klinger, Adam Voges, Englishman Laurie Evans, Mitch Marsh, Ashton Turner, David Willey, Pakistani cricketers Yasir Arafat and Usman Qadir, legendary wrist spinner and pace bowlers Brad Hogg, Jason Behrendorff, Jhye Richardson, and Andrew Tye are among the Scorchers' best players since their entry into the BBL.
Season 1 of the BBL was held in 2011–2012
With the inclusion of West Australian Simon Katich and foreign immigrants Herschelle Gibbs of South Africa and Paul Collingwood of England, the Scorchers' inaugural lineup was mostly drawn from Western Australia's cricket team.
The Scorchers got off to a bad start in the 2011–12 Big Bash League season, losing their first game at the WACA Ground against the Hobart Hurricanes by 31 runs. They won five games in a row after that, completing the season on top of the table and guaranteeing a home final. The Scorchers then defeated the Melbourne Stars by 11 runs in the semi-final but fell to the Sydney Sixers in the final by 7 wickets.
Champions League 2012
They qualified for the 2012 Champions League Twenty20 event, which was contested in South Africa in October 2012, by placing in the top two of the Big Bash League. The squad had a dismal record, winning only one game. After excessively celebrating Mitchell's 21st birthday throughout the tournament, the Marsh brothers, Shaun and Mitchell, were both pulled from the final game.
BBL08 season: 2018–2019
Aside from Adam Voges' transition from player to coach, the Scorchers retained most of their BBL07 team, as well as recruiting Pakistani spinner Usman Qadir. In this tournament, though, virtually little would go their way. Key players like Klinger and Hilton Cartwright struggled, as did the unavailability of Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, and Jhye Richardson. The result was a terrible season with only four victories in 14 games. The Scorchers would finish last in the table, missing out on the BBL finals for the first time.
BBL09 season: 2019–2020
Before BBL09, the Scorchers' squad saw substantial changes, including the retirement of Klinger and the departures of Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, and Shaun Marsh. Bowlers Fawad Ahmed and Matthew Kelly, batters Nick Hobson and Kurtis Patterson, and English imports Chris Jordan and Liam Livingstone were among the notable arrivals. With 15 wickets each, Ahmed and Jordan were valuable additions, while Livingstone and Josh Inglis formed a powerful opening combo. However, depth proved a concern, as the Scorchers finished the season with six victories in 14 games, one point behind the Hurricanes and Thunder for a position in the newly enlarged BBL playoff.
BBL10 season: 2020–2021
For BBL10, the Scorchers brought in a slew of foreign batters, including Livingstone, Joe Clarke (cricketer), Colin Munro, and Jason Roy. For this tournament, Ashton Turner took over as captain. The Scorchers got off to a shaky start, with three losses and a no-result in their first four games. They broke their losing streak with a win over the Adelaide Strikers on New Year's Eve and went on to win eight of their last 10 games to finish second in the table behind the Sydney Sixers.
Key Players of Perth Scorchers
Predictions for Perth Scholars in BBL 2022
The Scorchers have been the tournament's most dominant team. They have crushed most of the teams in the competition and have played some exciting cricket throughout the season.
Colin Munro and Mitchell Marsh's return would make them an even more fearsome team than they are now. They are the front-runners to win the title this season, based on their current form and the damage they have caused during the season.
They've won nine of their first 14 games and are now in second place in the standings. They will attempt to continue their confidence and momentum into this match after winning three of their past five games.
The Scorchers won the BBL title in 2021 after defeating the Sydney Sixers in the final. They're known to be the successful team in BBL, having won four titles and finishing second in three more. In BBL02, Brisbane Heat defeated them in the second finals.
They went on to win the two championships after that, making them the first team in the league's brief history to accomplish so. These triumphs came in a last-ball thriller against the Hobart Hurricanes and Sydney Sixers at Canberra's Manuka Oval.
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