Jess Jonassen to lead Brisbane Heat in WBBL 6-

Jess Jonassen to lead Brisbane Heat in WBBL 6

Jess Jonassen will lead Brisbane Heat in the up and coming release of the Women's Big Bash League after she marked a three-year contract expansion with the club on Thursday. She will take on the position of authority left empty by the retirement of Kirby Short toward the finish of last season. Jonassen said she is anxious to address the difficulties that WBBL 6 will give.

 "We realize we will be tried on various fronts this late spring, yet I immovably accept we should grasp those difficulties and be prepared to perform as well as could be expected, independently and as a crew," she said in an announcement. 

 "We have seen the WBBL play out an inexorably important job in developing the game with ladies and young ladies and moving them to help and take an interest in cricket, particularly when you perceive how enormous the World Cup was for the game in this nation. 

 "With Kirby venturing down in the wake of assuming such a powerful job with the club, it's a benefit to take at work as captain, and I'm eager to be a piece of what we are working here," she included. In the mean time, South Africa's Lizelle Lee has traded Melbourne Stars for Renegades, where she will collaborate with Sophie Molineux, who has now marked a two-year contract expansion.

 "I'm excited to make a beeline for the WBBL and joining another group will give some additional inspiration," Lee said in an announcement. 

"The Renegades have done well as of late and ideally I can have a beneficial outcome. 

 "I've had the joy of playing against a great deal of these players in the WBBL and universally, however it'll be ideal to be on a similar group this time," she included. The WBBL 6 is booked to start on the few days of October 17-18, featured by coordinate between safeguarding champions Brisbane Heat and the Adelaide Strikers. This current season's three-coordinate finals arrangement is booked to be played from November 27-29 with times and a setting to be affirmed.


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