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Marsh pens deal with English domestic side

The left-handed batsman joins Glamorgan as their overseas player for two years.


Langer Trusts In Formula Balance

The Scorchers will have only one international signing for the upcoming BBL season, despite league guidelines permitting two overseas players per team.


Girls Participation Continues Growth

The number of all female under-13 teams has reached 36 in WA, with a further growth expected following the upcoming Rebel Women's Big Bash League.


Keightley Confident In Consistency

The team is playing a good brand of cricket, giving Perth Scorchers coach Lisa Keightley confidence going into the season.


Perth Stadium To Host Scorchers BBL Finals

The Perth Scorchers will play this season’s KFC Big Bash League finals at Perth Stadium, should the team qualify to host post-season matches.


Fans Flood #TheFurnace To Usher In Big Bash Season

More than 1000 fans flooded through the gates of #TheFurnace today as the Perth Scorchers helped to usher in the Big Bash season with the Club's passionate and dedicated supporters.


Villani, Aussies Look To Retain Ashes

Perth Scorchers captain Elyse Villani will tomorrow ply her Twenty20 talents for Australia, as the hosts look to wrap up the Women’s Ashes Series at North Sydney Oval in the first of three T20 matches against England.


Culture Cup 'Best Experience Of My Life'

The inaugural winning captain of the Perth Scorchers Culture Cup has labelled the competition as the "best experience of my life", with the tournament having expanded due to popular demand.


#TheFurnace Gears Up For Fan Day

The gates of #TheFurnace will this Sunday 19 November be thrown open for the Perth Scorchers Fan Day, with players and fans alike helping to usher in the looming season of Big Bash.


Scorchers Quartet To Take On England

Perth Scorchers captain Elyse Villani and teammate Nicole Bolton have been named in the 13-player squad for the day-night Ashes Test this Thursday at North Sydney Oval, while Heather Graham and Mikayla Hinkley will take on the old enemy as part of the Governor General's XI.


Chance Of A Lifetime For Visiting Students

A dozen young Aboriginal students were given an opportunity of a lifetime on the weekend, taking to the hallowed turf of the WACA Ground during the lunch break of the WA XI v England Tour Match.