cricket.com.au: The Moneyball Big Bash

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Some interesting statistics have been thrown up by both the women’s and men’s Big Bash

Everyone loves a stat, and none more so than the cricket connoisseur.

While statistics are not the be all and end all, they’ve a role to play not just in measuring performance but also in understanding trends and identifying areas for improvement in the game.

cricket.com.au: Under-30s need not apply

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Players over the age of 30 are leading the way at the Big Bash this summer

With every match of the KFC Big Bash League another record is broken as crowd attendances sky rocket.

With every match too, the pedigree of the tournament grows in stature with performance after performance outdoing what previously didn’t seem possible.

With every match therefore comes growing speculation over the inevitable: the make-up of Australia’s World Twenty20 squad.

cricket.com.au: Hogg, Perth and the creation of a legacy

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The fun-loving, free-spirited, living-legend continues to live the dream in the BBL

The KFC Big Bash League is only five years old but already it’s creating legacies. Class war may be the preserve of the English, but state snobbery runs true in Australia – and no more so than when it comes to sporting rivalries.

cricket.com.au: Saying Grace – Heats’ Harris lights up WBBL

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In Grace Harris we are witnessing a hugely endearing player make the transition from potential to proven

Tipped as one to watch off the back of an impressive Ashes debut, last weekend Grace Harris became the first woman to hit a century in the inaugural Rebel Women’s Big Bash League.

cricket.com.au: There’s still a fire in Babylon

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Stafanie Taylor and Deandra Dottin prove there’s still a fire in Babylon, if you know where to look

“I don’t think we have that kind of person in (the) West Indies anymore who is quite prepared to play and to give it everything to their country. And that hurts.”

It was difficult to watch.