The Scorchers won the toss, but that was the highlight of their day, as the Sixers dominated the rest of the contest.

Elyse Villani and Nicole Bolton hung around for a while, but they never looked on top of a strong Sydney bowling attack.

Both were dismissed by the seventh over and Perth were in trouble as the wickets continued to tumble.

They struggled to score, which only added pressure to the incoming batters and resulted in false shots.

Sarah Coyte starred with the ball, getting the big wicket of Villani before tearing apart Perth’s middle order as she ended with 3/17 off four overs.

The pressure never lapsed, with all of the Sixers bowlers producing consistently accurate and threatening deliveries.

Coming in at number nine, Piepa Cleary top-scored for Peth with just 18 not out, saving her team from total embarrassment.

With only 100 to get, the Sixers took no risks in their run chase and their three top order superstars got the job done comfortably.

Alyssa Healy made a quick 41 before falling to Emma King, but Ellyse Perry and Ash Gardner ensured that there were no issues in chasing down such a subpar total.

Going into next season, the Sixers look to be a confident group with fantastic continuity and it will be hard to bet against them making it three in a row.Β