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Hobart City Council on board the #CaneTrain

The City of Hobart and one of Tasmania’s highest profile sporting teams, the Hobart Hurricanes have teamed up in a unique partnership.


HotelsCombined on the Cane Train

The Hobart Hurricanes have secured a principal partner for BBL|06 with HotelsCombined signing an exciting one-year deal with the team in purple.


Fazackerley Completes WBBL02 Squad

The WBBL Hobart Hurricanes have today finalised their WBBL|02 squad with local talent Erin Fazackerley completing their list ahead of the opening round in Sydney when the WBBL Hobart Hurricanes take on the Perth Scorchers on Saturday the 10th of December.


Hamish heads home to Hurricanes

Final hour trade sees Kingston and Dunk swap clubs.


Irish teen International joins 'Canes

The eight Rebel Women’s Big Bash League Associate Rookies have today been confirmed with players from seven different nations set to take part in the second edition of the competition with Irish player Gaby Lewis to join the 'Canes.


Every WBBL Match Live!

Cricket Australia announces 47 WBBL matches will be live streamed on cricket.com.au and Facebook.


Matthews and Satterthwaite back on board for WBBL02

The WBBL Hobart Hurricanes have announced that international all-rounders Hayley Matthews and Amy Sattherthwaite are set to re-join the team for WBBL|02.


Tickets on sale for BBL06- Get in Before they Sell Out!

Hurricanes fans urged to get their tickets fast with Blundstone Arena expecting sell-outs


Sister Act: Following in Dad's Footsteps

When former Tasmanian Second XI and Clarence First Grade cricketer and coach Matthew Clingeleffer started his family 12 years ago over a six year period and had three daughters, he probably never imagined being a ‘cricket dad’. Fast forward to 2016 and he is every bit that role with three daughters between the ages of 7-12 all playing the sport.


Social Media Reacts to our new Hurricane

The Hobart Hurricanes social media accounts went into meltdown last night as news spread across the globe of the English superstar signing with the 'Canes for BBL06.


Stuart Broad joins Hurricanes

After speculation, the Hurricanes can confirm English superstar Stuart Broad will join the 'Canes for BBL06 after the 30-year-old put pen to paper over the weekend as the club’s second international alongside the experienced Sri Lankan superstar Kumar Sangakkarra who is on a multi-year contract for the 'Canes.