KFC Twenty20 Big Bash

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KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
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Logo KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
Countries Australia
AdministratorCricket Australia
FormatTwenty20
First tournament2005–06
Last tournament2010–11
Tournament formatRound-robin and knockout finals
Number of teams6
Most successfulVictorian Bushrangers (4 titles)
QualificationChampions League Twenty20
Most runsOverall:
Australia Brad Hodge (919)
Most wicketsOverall:
Australia Dirk Nannes (31)
WebsiteOfficial website
 
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KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
KFC T20 Big Bash new.png
Logo KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
Countries Australia
AdministratorCricket Australia
FormatTwenty20
First tournament2005–06
Last tournament2010–11
Tournament formatRound-robin and knockout finals
Number of teams6
Most successfulVictorian Bushrangers (4 titles)
QualificationChampions League Twenty20
Most runsOverall:
Australia Brad Hodge (919)
Most wicketsOverall:
Australia Dirk Nannes (31)
WebsiteOfficial website

The KFC Twenty20 Big Bash was the domestic Twenty20 cricket competition in Australia. The competition was organised by Cricket Australia, and sponsored by fast food chicken outlet KFC. The competition was replaced by the Big Bash League as Australia's domestic Twenty20 competition after the 2010–11 tournament. The Victorian Bushrangers were the most successful team during the tournament's running, winning the title four times.

Teams[edit]

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 Team name
(Sponsored name)
Home ground(s)Last winWinsRunners Up
 Victorian BushrangersMelbourne Cricket Ground2009–1041
 New South Wales BluesSydney Cricket Ground,
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
2008–0912
 Southern RedbacksAdelaide Oval2010–1111
 Tasmanian TigersBellerive Oval, HobartN/A01
 Western WarriorsThe WACA, PerthN/A01
 Queensland BullsThe Gabba, BrisbaneN/A00

Placings[edit]

SeasonWinnerRunner-upThirdFourthFifthSixth
2005–06VictoriaNew South WalesWestern AustraliaQueenslandSouth AustraliaTasmania
2006–07VictoriaTasmaniaWestern AustraliaSouth AustraliaQueenslandNew South Wales
2007–08VictoriaWestern AustraliaTasmaniaNew South WalesQueenslandSouth Australia
2008–09New South WalesVictoriaQueenslandSouth AustraliaWestern AustraliaTasmania
2009–10VictoriaSouth AustraliaQueenslandWestern AustraliaNew South WalesTasmania
2010–11South AustraliaNew South WalesTasmaniaWestern AustraliaQueenslandVictoria

Finals[edit]

YearFinal VenueFinal AttendanceFinal
WinnerResultRunner-up
2005–06
Details
North Sydney Oval, Sydney5,669Victoria (Australia) Victoria
233 for 7 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 93 runs ScorecardNew South Wales New South Wales
140 all out (15.3 overs)
2006–07
Details
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne28,960Victoria (Australia) Victoria
160 for 6 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 10 runs ScorecardTasmania Tasmania
150 for 8 (20 overs)
2007–08
Details
WACA, Perth16,589Victoria (Australia) Victoria
203 for 8 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 32 runs ScorecardWestern Australia Western Australia
171 all out (19.3 overs)
2008–09
Details
ANZ Stadium, Sydney17,592New South Wales New South Wales
167 for 5 (20 overs)
New South Wales won by 5 wickets ScorecardVictoria (Australia) Victoria
166 for 4 (20 overs)
2009–10
Details
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide17,722Victoria (Australia) Victoria
166 for 7 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 48 runs ScorecardSouth Australia South Australia
118 for 9 (20 overs)
2010–11
Details
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide27,920South Australia South Australia
155 for 2 (17.3 overs)
South Australia won by 8 wickets ScorecardNew South Wales New South Wales
153 for 8 (20 overs)

Records[edit]

Television coverage[edit]

All games, including the finals were covered by Fox Sports

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