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Thunder top order collapses in loss to Sixers (1:14)
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Ellyse Perry leads the way for Sydney Sixers with 81 (1:58)
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Beth Mooney's slick fifty leads Heat past Sixers (1:56)
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Sixers lose six wickets for one run in epic collapse (1:35)
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Blackwell hits a fifty in vein as Thunder fall short (1:22)
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Perry's huge 81 leads the way for Sixers (1:50)
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318dThe Report by Daniel Brettig

Warrior Mooney ensures Heat become champions

The wicketkeeper batsman made a sensational half-century while battling heat-induced exhaustion to end the Sixers' quest for a hat-trick of titles

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324dThe Report by Alex Malcolm

Perry six seals Super Over win for Sixers after unbeaten 54

Perry had earlier batted through the Sixers innings making 54 not out, taken a key wicket, made a crucial run out and held a vital catch before bowling the final over that saw the match end in a tie

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2yGeoff Lemon and Adam Collins

More sixes, and sensational Sixers

The third season of the WBBL broke plenty of run-scoring records, with shots clearing the boundary more frequently than ever before, but work still remains before the tournament realises its full potential

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2yMelinda Farrell in Adelaide

Coyte's personal victory inspires Sixers

From the outside, she seemed to be living an athlete's dream. But the bowler was hiding a secret that weighed on her and made her announce retirement at the age of 25

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2yThe Report by Daniel Brettig in Adelaide

Sydney Sixers cruise to second straight WBBL title

Sydney Sixers dominated Perth Scorchers from the start to lift their second Women's Big Bash League title in three seasons, drawing inspiration from the exemplary bowling of Sarah Coyte

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5yESPNcricinfo staff

Brett Lee retires from Twenty20s

Fast bowler Brett Lee has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, effective from the end of this year's BBL campaign

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6yESPNcricinfo staff

Ferguson signed by Renegades

Callum Ferfuson was the first trade of 2014-15 season of the KFC Big Bash as he moved to Melbourne Renegades, while Brett Lee renewed his association with Sydney Sixers for another year

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7yAlex Malcolm

Hughes fifty guides Sixers to win

One of the Sydney sides had to break their losing streak tonight, but both teams did their best to keep it alive in a bizarrely entertaining match at ANZ Stadium

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7yFirdose Moonda

Sydney Sixers were flawless champions

There were almost no flaws in Sydney Sixers' victorious campaign. Brad Haddin had rich resources at his disposal and he managed them astutely

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7yStacey Naidoo

How the Lions whimpered

A packed Wanderers had to watch their team lose disappointingly, that too to an Aussie side!

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7yFirdose Moonda at the Wanderers

A big day cut short

The sell-out Johannesburg crowd anticipated a special day, seen in the buzz around the stadium, showing the tournament wasn't meaningless. But Lions' lacklustre show killed it

7yESPNcricinfo staff

Title win was no fluke - Haddin

Brad Haddin has said the Sydney Sixers' comprehensive ten-wicket-win in the Champions League final was no fluke, and that they had been preparing for the big game for over two weeks