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Gades enter BBL in top form

A blistering knock from Aaron Finch has seen the Melbourne Renegades secure a second straight win over Brisbane Heat in the Sunshine Smash in Queensland.


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Renegades Fall Short in WBBL Thriller

The Melbourne Renegades have fallen devastatingly short in a thrilling match against the Adelaide Strikers.


Renegades warm up win over Heat

The Melbourne Renegades have begun the Sunshine Smash with a 20-run win over Brisbane Heat in Maroochydore.


WBBL Preview v. Strikers

The Renegades are looking to get on the winners board in WBBL|03.


From Farm to Field - Amy Satterthwaite

The Melbourne Renegades new WBBL captain grew up on a 3000-acre sheep and cattle farm near the top of New Zealand’s south island. She drove a tractor, crutched sheep, weaned lambs, cut hay, was a roustabout come shearing season.


Melbourne Renegades Under 18 Rookie confirmed for WBBL|03

Victorian underage leg spinner Erika Quinn is among eight talented Under 18 cricketers set to join each of the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League clubs this summer as part of the WBBL|03 Under 18 Rookies Program.


Batsmen fire for Gades

The Melbourne Renegades have had a strong hit-out in the lead up to the opening BBL game at Sunday’s practice match at Geelong Cricket Ground.


Professionalism provides batting boost

Melbourne Renegades wicket keeper Emma Inglis says the growing professionalism of the women’s game has led to an increase in skill level.


Duffin dominates as Gades fall short

The Melbourne Renegades produced a spirited run chase against Sydney Thunder but fell just short in the opening match of the WBBL season.


Gree, Gray-Nicolls, CricViz on board with Gades

The Melbourne Renegades are pleased to announce new partnerships with leading brands Gree, CricViz and Gray-Nicolls ahead of the start of the Big Bash season.


Nabi and Pollard Join Renegades

The Melbourne Renegades have secured two of the leading T20 all-rounders in world cricket, with Mohammad Nabi and Kieron Pollard set to replace Sunil Narine who has withdrawn from the tournament for personal reasons.