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Sydney Sixers: The season that was BBL|09

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The key highlights of our second BBL championship season:

  • On Saturday night, 8 of the 11 on-field won their first BBL title with the Sixers. Captain Moises Henriques, Steven Smith and Stephen O’Keefe were the three players who experienced their second title success after BBL|01.
  • Smith was captain for our first title.
  • Defeated the table-topping Melbourne Stars three times during the season, including the two Finals.
  • Won 9 of 14 matches, with one abandoned, to qualify second for the Finals.
  • Sixers leading run-scorer – Wicketkeeper-batsman Josh Philippe with 487 runs from 16 matches, including five half-centuries, the most important of which came in the Final (52 from 29).
  • Sixers leading wicket-taker – Tom Curran with 22 wickets averaging 19.4, despite not playing the Finals due to International commitments with England. Second on the list was left-arm quick Ben Dwarshuis with 16 wickets.
  • Josh Philippe passed Brad Haddin as the Sixers all-time leading wicketkeeper, at Adelaide Oval against the Strikers, and has claimed 23 dismissals in his first two seasons, including 16 catches.

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  • Most catches for the season claimed by captain Moises Henriques with 8 in 14 matches.
  • Biggest win by runs – 48 runs against the Perth Scorchers at Optus Stadium.
  • Biggest win by wickets – 8 wickets with 5 overs remaining against the Perth Scorchers, in the first match of the season, at the SCG.
  • Highest total – 3/180 against the Adelaide Strikers at C.ex Coffs International Stadium.
  • Highest score of the season – Josh Philippe’s 83 not out from 52 balls against the Strikers at C.ex Coffs International Stadium. He hit 5 fours and 4 sixes.
  • Best figures – Tom Curran took 4-22 from 3.4 overs against the Strikers at Adelaide Oval. His personal best in the BBL.
  • Best economy rate – 6.22 for Australian quick Josh Hazlewood.

Daniel Hughes captained the Sixers for the first time, registering two victories, filling the role when Moises Henriques became a Dad for the first time. 

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