The Melbourne Renegades have created history becoming the first Victorian team to make the WBBL semi-finals.
The Renegades secured their semi-finals berth in a close three-run win over the Hobart Hurricanes.
"It feels amazing," captain Amy Satterthwaite said.
"Obviously I've been able to be there a few times before with the Hobart Hurricanes ironically.
"Hopefully we can see the team in a really good place to be able to go one step further than last year."
The win sees the Renegades cement their fourth place-position on the WBBL ladder after the Adelaide Strikers defeated the Perth Scorchers with no other team able to break into the top four.
Being sent into bat, Satterthwaite produced 66 runs off 57 balls including 6 fours and 1 six to help her side to 6-146 after their 20 overs.
While Hurricanes' openers Smriti Mandhana and Erin Fazackerley raced to an unbeaten 57-run partnership before the first wicket fell in the eighth over and from their restricted the Tasmanian's.
English international Danni Wyatt will be available for the Renegades semi-final after the ECB granted her permission to remain in Australia after she was originally due to depart on Monday.