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Perth Scorchers season highlights

Another action-packed summer of cricket wraps up for the Perth Scorchers as the men’s and women’s teams finish up a tough season.

As the women’s Perth Scorchers Principal Partner, we were proud to join forces with them and we applaud the WBBL and BBL Scorchers for giving it their all.

Congratulations also go to Perth Scorchers captain Meg Lanning, all-rounder Heather Graham and opener Elyse Villani, who were named in the Australian Cricketers’ Association WBBL|04 Team of the Year.

Kleenheat and the Scorchers: a summer of fun

This season, Kleenheat brought the fun and energy to home games across the season with a ‘Plinko’ game station.

We gave away hundreds of prizes, dozens of tickets, signed jerseys and more, demonstrating our commitment to WA home teams.

Kleenheat and the Scorchers share strong values across diversity and inclusion, with the Scorchers’ mission to ensure cricket is established and recognised as a sport for all Australians – especially women and girls – aligning with our commitment to growing leadership opportunities for women.

Here’s hoping the ladies can take it to the next level for WBBL|05!

We caught up with players Megan Banting, Chloe Piparo and Mathilda Carmichael, where they shared some of their highlights over the years, their inspirations and told us what they’ll be getting up to now that the season is over.

Season stats summary 

Ashton Turner – 378 runs (6th in BBL|08)
Cameron Bancroft – 298 runs
Hilton Cartwright – 163 runs

Elyse Villani – 403 runs (6th in WBBL|04)
Meg Lanning – 389 runs (7th in WBBL|04)
Amy Jones – 240 runs

Andrew Tye – 17 (6th in BBL|08)
Nathan Coulter-Nile – 14
Matthew Kelly – 11

Heather Graham – 22 wickets (equal 1st in WBBL|04)
Nicole Bolton – 12 wickets
Taneale Peschel – 9 wickets

Highest individual scores

Shaun Marsh – 96* v Sydney Thunder
Cameron Bancroft – 87* v Sydney Sixers
Ashton Turner – 69 v Melbourne Stars

Meg Lanning – 76 runs v Sydney Thunder
Amy Jones – 70 runs v Adelaide Strikers
Elyse Villani – 66* runs v Sydney Thunder

Best batting average
Shaun Marsh – 49.00
Cameron Bancroft – 33.11
Ashton Turner – 31.50

Meg Lanning – 48.62
Elyse Villani – 44.77
Lauren Ebsary – 23.12

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