The Perth scorchers have locked in a WBBL squad for the ninth instalment of the competition that's brimming with W.A talent.
Jemma Barsby (new)
Samantha Betts (new)
Kath Hempenstall (new)
Georgia Redmayne (new)
Nat Sciver (new)
WHAT KEIGHTLEY SAID
Head Coach Lisa Keightley said it was great to be able to secure Graham’s sought after signature as well as welcoming back one of the best players in the world.
“Heather has had her best year to date. I think it is really exciting for our club to have home grown talent signing on for another three years. She’s become a real match winner and shows great maturity for a young player,” Keightley said.
“It’s exciting for the competition to have a world class talent like Nat Sciver back in Scorchers colours. She made a huge impact for us two seasons ago, so to have a genuine impact player back in the squad is awesome.
“Amy is a very exciting player and every year she is improving on the international stage. I think we’re yet to see the best of Amy, and I am confident she will put her stamp on the WBBL this year.”