How have The Hundred's players done in the WBBL?

The Women's Big Bash League is complete, but how did the 22 players in The Hundred fare?

The Women's Big Bash League is the first major women's cricket competition since The Hundred ended. 22 players who featured this summer headed down under for the WBBL, so let's take a look at how they performed.

Adelaide Strikers

Katie Mack managed only 100 runs during The Hundred but has been one of the star batters in Australia. Her 513 runs is the second-most among all batters.

Amanda-Jade Wellington has been in sublime form too, topping the wicket-taking charts with 23 wickets. 

In fact it has been an excellent competition for all of the Strikers' The Hundred players, because Laura Wolvaardt has been in the runs too with 381, and Dane van Niekerk has also been impressive with 356 runs.

Katie Mack has returned to form

Katie Mack has returned to form

Brisbane Heat

The Heat were knocked out in the first play-off stage but their two The Hundred players still impressed. Georgia Redmayne proved one of the competition's best batters, hitting 437 runs.

And Laura Kimmince provided good value too with 148 runs.

A strong competition for Redmayne

A strong competition for Redmayne

Hobart Hurricanes

Mignon du Preez was the star for the Hurricanes, with 414 runs. Also featuring in Hobart was Rachel Priest, who hit 262 runs as her team failed to reach the play-offs.

All smiles for Mignon!

All smiles for Mignon!

Melbourne Renegades

Harmanpreet Kaur has proven to be one of the best all rounders in the WBBL. Her 406 runs and 15 wicket propelled Renegades to second place in the table, but they missed out on reaching the final. Kaur was also named WBBL Player of the Year, becoming the first Indian player to win the award.

Her international teammate Jemimah Rodrigues, who was the star batter in The Hundred, was excellent value for Renegades too, scoring 333 runs. And another of The Hundred's breakthrough stars, Eve Jones, contributed 236 runs. 

More runs for Kaur

More runs for Kaur

Melbourne Stars

Maia Bouchier has been the best performing The Hundred player for Stars. Only two of her teammates outscored her 185 runs throughout the competition. Elsewhere Linsey Smith picked up six wickets.

Bouchier has had a good WBBL

Bouchier has had a good WBBL

Perth Scorchers

The winners of the WBBL have had excellent representation from The Hundred.

Heather Graham has been the crossover star for Scorchers. Her main threat was with the ball, claiming 18 wickets, but her 197 runs were incredibly useful too. 

Marizanne Kapp, the bowler who won Oval Invincibles The Hundred Final, took 12 wickets and chipped in with 106 runs, including a Player of the Match award in the final. She also won the final over her wife, Dane van Niekerk. 

Meanwhile Piepa Cleary was not required to bat and did not take a wicket but did concede just 1.5 runs per ball.

Heather Graham delivering again

Heather Graham delivering again

Sydney Sixers

Sixers finished bottom of the table despite continually impressive performances by Shafali Verma. She hit 191 runs but it wasn't enough to help her team to the wins they needed. Erin Burns did not feature.

Verma is used to the spotlight now

Verma is used to the spotlight now

Sydney Thunder

One of Southern Brave's two brilliant openers, Smriti Mandhana kept up her form with Thunder. Her 377 runs was more than 100 runs higher than any of her teammates, while she also boasts the competition's highest individual score of 114 not out.

The team's three all rounders have also done well. Deepti Sharma claimed 13 wickets and scored 211 runs, while The Hundred's leading six-hitter Sammy-Jo Johnson smashed 146 runs and took 10 wickets. And rounding off The Hundred's involvement is Issy Wong, who played an innings of 43 runs from 17 balls and took nine wickets in the competition. 

Smriti Mandhana celebrating again

Smriti Mandhana celebrating again