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Smith inks two-year deal with Hurricanes

Young gun Amy Smith has put pen to paper signing a two-year deal with the Hobart Hurricanes


Rafferty returns for WBBL|07

Chloe Rafferty has signed on for another season with the Hobart Hurricanes


Priest is back for WBBL07

The Hobart Hurricanes WBBL|06 Player of the Tournament, Rachel Priest, has committed to the club for another year, confirming she will again don the purple for WBBL|07.


BBL|11 fixture released

The traditional Christmas Eve Big Bash match at Blundstone Arena is returning this summer to headline an exciting seven-match home fixture for the Hobart Hurricanes in Tasmania.


Hurricanes memberships now on sale!

The upcoming summer of cricket is well and truly on our doorstep, with Hobart Hurricanes memberships for the 2021-22 Big Bash season going on sale today.


WBBL|07 fixture released

It has been an exciting morning of Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) announcements, with the league announcing the WBBL|07 fixture this morning.


Strano signs with Hurricanes

The Hobart Hurricanes have secured arguably the biggest coup of the off-season, signing the Women’s Big Bash League’s (WBBL) all-time leading wicket-taker, Molly Strano, on a two-year deal.


The Flying Colours Group signs on with Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes

Cricket Tasmania are delighted to announce that The Flying Colours Group have joined their partnership portfolio as the Official Signage and Printing Partner for Cricket Tasmania and the Hobart Hurricanes.


Hurricanes name W/BBL Players of the Tournament

Scott Boland and Rachel Priest have been named as the Hobart Hurricanes’ W/BBL Players of the Tournament at the Cricket Tasmania Awards Night in Hobart this evening.


Australian squad named for Commonwealth Bank Tour of New Zealand

Hobart Hurricanes Nicola Carey, Belinda Vakarewa and Tayla Vlaeminck have been named in the 17-player squad for the upcoming Commonwealth Bank Tour of New Zealand.


Hobart Hurricanes Statement re Facebook

Following Facebook’s announcement that they will be banning the viewing and sharing of news in Australia, as well as the viewing and sharing of Australian news internationally, the Hobart Hurricanes Facebook page has been rendered inactive.