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Sixers re-sign James Vince

​The Sydney Sixers are excited to announce the signing of England World Cup winning batter James Vince for BBL|09.


Bird returns to the Sixers

The Sydney Sixers are delighted to announce the signing of Test bowler Jackson Bird for a second stint at the club.


Burns picked for Australia

The Sydney Sixers would like to congratulate Erin Burns on her selection in the Australian Women’s Cricket Team for the upcoming tour of the West Indies.


Big Bash tickets on sale now!

Tickets to watch the Sydney Sixers this summer in the KFC Big Bash League (BBL) and the Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) are on sale from today, Thursday 15 October.


Maddy Darke signs with Sixers

Sydney Sixers are excited to announce the signing of talented teenager Maddy Darke for WBBL|05.


Sixers support CA Gender Inclusion policy

The Sydney Sixers have today thrown their support behind Cricket Australia and Cricket NSW’s announcement on a direction for the inclusion of transgender and gender diverse people in elite and community cricket.


Hicks re-signs with Sixers

The Sydney Sixers are pleased to announce the re-signing of Jodie Hicks for WBBL|05.


Perry sets new milestone

Sydney Sixers captain Ellyse Perry has become the first player male or female to reach the milestone of 1000 runs and 100 wickets in T20 internationals with another Player of the Match performance against England overnight.


Curran on fire in T20 Blast

Sydney Sixers allrounder Tom Curran continued his red hot form for Surrey in the T20 Blast, taking a spectacular hat-trick over the weekend.


BBL09 Fixtures Announced

The KFC Big Bash League’s fixtures have been announced for the tournament’s ninth installment and in a first for the Club, one match will be taken to regional NSW as part of the League’s plan to reach new communities.


Sixers star as Aussies retain Ashes

Sydney Sixers trio Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy and Ash Gardner played key roles as the Southern Stars drew their one-off Test match with England to retain the Ashes.