women’s big bash betting tips betfair : For WBBL|08, Quicks Ferling and Prestwidge locate new residences.

For the upcoming Weber WBBL season, two effective Big Bash fast bowlers are searching for new teams.

Holly Ferling, a former Australia fast, has left Melbourne Renegades and joined Perth Scorchers on a one-year contract, while the Renegades have hired Georgia Prestwidge from Brisbane Heat.

Ferling, a former player with the Heat, Melbourne Stars, and most recently the Renegades, where she spent WBBL|07, joins Perth.

Between 2013 and 2016, the 26-year-old played 34 games for Australia across all three formats after relocating from Queensland to the ACT Meteors during the off-season. She made her international debut at the age of 17.

She joins Beth Mooney and Lilly Mills, two other former residents of Queensland, in the club.

I am very pumped,” Ferling declared. “I’m incredibly appreciative of the chance to travel west.

“I’ve long admired the Scorchers from a distance because of the way they conduct themselves and approach games.

“I’m hoping to add another bowling option to the Scorchers’ already potent attack, whether it is through the middle or the Powerplay.

“I’ve had some incredible memories playing there during my career and I adore the pace and bounce of the WACA Ground.

I had the good fortune to play on teams with Kingy (Alana King), Moons (Mooney), and Lil (Mills) in the WBBL and WNCL, and they all had nothing but positive things to say about the squad.

Prior to defending their WBBL title, the Scorchers must fill four positions with local players.

Prestwidge, who signed a two-year deal following six seasons at the Heat, has joined the Renegades as another new fast bowler to add to their speed collection.

“I made the choice because it felt right at the time. I believed that the moment had come in my professional life for a change of scenery and to try my cricket in a different setting “Prestwidge, whose brother Jack participated in last summer’s Renegades game, said.

“Being a guy who thrives on competition, I believe the Renegades’ brand of cricket will be ideal for me. I’ll be bringing plenty of enthusiasm out there as I attempt to bowl at a fast tempo, knock a few sixes, and I love fielding.”

Prestwidge’s hiring comes after the two-year contracts for fellow fast bowlers Tayla Vlaeminck and Sarah Coyte, both of whom will miss the current season due to injury. The Renegades have also recruited South African speedster Shabnim Ismail for the WBBL|08.

Georgia has been a player that has caught our attention for a time, and we are thrilled to have her join the Renegades for the upcoming two seasons, said to Melbourne Renegades General Manager James Rosengarten.

Georgia obviously helps in that department, which is something we aimed to do this off-season to boost our pace bowling stocks.

Due to Prestwidge’s signing, WBBL|08 now has one primary list space open and two replacement player positions available to cover for injured players Vlaeminck and Georgia Wareham.

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