Women’s Big Bash League hits the Sportspark

Published on 03 November 2020

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Spectators will be treated to an electric atmosphere, big hitting and cracking catches at Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney, as part of the WBBL’s sixth season, this November.

4 double-header rounds will be played at the Sportspark, 2 of which will be open to the public.

Blacktown City Mayor, Tony Bleasdale OAM, said Council is a great supporter of women in sport.

“Council is proud to be one of the hosting venues for Women’s Cricket, and I look forward to welcoming the WBBL to our great City,” Mayor Bleasdale said.

“It is wonderful to see this terrific sport getting the attention it truly deserves.

“The WBBL always brings great action to the Sportspark and we invite the community to get behind these amazing athletes.

“As with all sporting events we ask that the community remain vigilant with hand-sanitising and social distancing, and we ask that people not attend these events if they develop any flu-like symptoms.”

The 2 double headers open to the public are:

Wednesday, 4 November

- Perth Scorchers vs Sydney Thunder (2.30pm)

- Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Sixers (7.05pm)

Wednesday, 11 November

- Perth Scorchers vs. Sydney Sixers (2.30pm)

- Brisbane Heat vs. Sydney Thunder (7.05pm)

Gates will open at 2pm for all double headers.

Each of these games is $10 for adults/concessions and kids under 15 are able to attend for free.

No tickets will be sold at the venue. Tickets are available online only at Ticketmaster.

For further information about Blacktown International Sportspark Sydney visit www.blacktownsportspark.com.au.


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