In front of 25,295 people at the SCG on Saturday night, a Player of the Match performance by James Vince - with the bat and in the field - has highlighted the Sixers second successive BBL Final win.
The English gun posted the highest score by a Sixer in a BBL Final scoring 95 from 60 balls including 10 fours and three sixes. Perth posted 9/161 in reply to 6/188.
However, he wasn't finished there. Vince took two catches, including one mid-air blinder to remove the dangerous Mitch Marsh (11).
Marsh fell in the 15th over which would prove crucial in the context of the match. Left-arm quick Ben Dwarshuis taking 3-37 and also picked up keeper-batsman Josh Inglis for 22.
Dwarshuis finished BBL|10 with 24 wickets, the most by one Sixer in a BBL campaign.
Vince's 95 followed his magnificent 98 not out against the Scorchers in The Qualifier, against the same opposition, at Canberra’s Manuka Oval. It was his third consecutive half-century against Perth.
He finished the campaign with 537 runs at an average of 38.35, the most by a Sixer in one BBL season.
After travelling the depth and breadth of Australia without a home game in BBL|10, due to effects associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, it was a fitting finish for one of the best team efforts in Big Bash history.