2012 - Henriques steers Sixers to Big Bash glory
Impressive performances from Moises Henriques and Steve O’Keefe helped the Sydney Sixers overcome the Perth Scorchers to win the KFC Big Bash Final thanks to a seven wicket victory at the WACA in Perth.
2011 - Borgas and Harris lead Redbacks to victory
The West End Redbacks cruised to victory at the Adelaide Oval to claim the 2011 KFC t20 Big Bash title thanks to an 8 wicket victory over the SpeedBlitz Blues. Cameron Borgas (62) and Daniel Harris (48) were the home side’s heroes with a 3rd wicket partnership of 100 to seal victory for the Redbacks.
2010 - Bushrangers cruise to fourth title
The Victorian Bushrangers claimed their 4th KFC Big Bash title in the space of just five years thanks to a crushing 51 run victory over the West End Redbacks in a one sided game in front of a sold out crowd at the Adelaide Oval.
2009 - Blues end Bushrangers reign as Champions
The Speedblitz Blues produced a memorable performance to end the Victorian Bushrangers three year reign as the KFC Big Bash Champions. The Blues recorded a thrilling five wicket win to claim a place in the inaugural Twenty20 Champions League.
2008 - Bushrangers claim a hat trick of titles The all conquering Victorian Bushrangers cruised to victory to make it three KFC Big Bash titles in a row after beating the Retravision Warriors by 32 runs at a sold out WACA in Perth to upset the home side.
2007 - Bushrangers make it two in a row
The Victorian Bushrangers claimed their second KFC Big Bash title in two years with a 10 run victory over the Tasmania Tigers. The Bushrangers won in front of a crowd of about 30,000 to remain undefeated through two seasons of the KFC Big Bash.
2006 - Hodge leads Bushrangers to Big Bash triumph
The Victorian Bushrangers clinched the inaugural KFC Big Bash title with an emphatic 93-run victory over the SpeedBlitz Blues. After winning the toss and electing to bat, the Bushrangers made 7 for 233 from their 20 overs before bowling out the Blues for a paltry 140.
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