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Nathan Coulter-Nile signs up a multi-year deal with Melbourne Stars in Big Bash League

Coulter-Nile, who featured in Australia's recent World Cup campaign in the UK, had joined fellow Western Australians Lance Morris and Clint Hinchliffe in signing with last season's runners-up ahead of BBL09.

Women's Big Bash gets own tournament window

The rebel Women's Big Bash League will now have its own independent tournament window, after four seasons of being played as afternoon games before the men's matches.

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AB de Villiers pulls out of Big Bash League

South African legend AB de Villiers has decided to pull out of the next edition of Big Bash League (BBL) after initially committing to play during the final phase of the tournament.

Shane Watson retires from Big Bash League as Sydney Thunder's all-time leading run-scorer

Shane Watson, who retired from international cricket in 2016, brought an end to his career in the Big Bash League in hope of spending more time with his family.

Former Melbourne Stars teammate Hayley Jensen, Nicola Hancock tie knot

New Zealand women cricketer Hayley Jensen tied the knot with former Melbourne Stars teammate Nicola Hancock last weekend.

Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann takes over BBL side Brisbane Heat

Darren Lehmann was Australia's head coach from 2013 until March last year, when Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft were embroiled in ball tampering scandal during a Test match against South Africa.

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Big Bash League final: Melbourne Renegades win maiden title after stunning Melbourne Stars batting collapse

Melbourne Renegades beat Melbourne Stars by 13 runs in an extraordinary final to win their maiden Big Bash League title.

BBL Final, Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars Highlights: Renegades win after stunning collapse from Stars

BBL Final, Melbourne Renegades vs Melbourne Stars Highlights: Melbourne Stars spectacularly fell from 93/0 to 112/7 and Renegades went on to win the match by 13 runs.

Marvel stadium evacuated after false alarm hours before BBL Final

The stadium is home to the Melbourne Renegades and those evacuated included stadium staff and the players of the home side.

BBL Semi-Final, Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers: Melbourne win by three wickets

BBL Semi-Final, Melbourne Renegades vs Sydney Sixers: Melbourne Renegades beat Sydney Sixers by three wickets in the second semi-final.

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