The Hundred 2022 is just around the corner, so what better way to get excited than by looking at some of the best moments from last year?
Sarah Taylor's reverse hockey shot (vs Oval Invincibles)
A mixture of sublime technique and sheer audacity were combined perfectly to make this shot and it's simply superb to watch.
To make it even sweeter for Sarah Taylor and her Welsh Fire teammates, this was part of a haul that saw them win by 12 runs.
Jemimah Rodrigues hits 92 (vs Welsh Fire)
Everybody wants to get off to a positive start when they're playing in their opening match in a competition, but Jemimah Rodrigues took that to a completely different level when she hit 92 against Welsh Fire.
The tally could have been even higher as she still wasn't out when Northern Superchargers secured the win with 15 balls remaining.
Invincibles winning the final (vs Southern Brave)
Every woman involved would have dreamed of this moment, but it was Oval Invincibles who felt the joy of winning The Hundred 2021 after dominating Southern Brave.
Marizanne Kapp provided an absolute masterclass to help ensure that was the case, scoring 26 with the bat and then taking four wickets for just nine runs conceded, so it's fitting that she was the one to claim the winning wicket.
Imran Tahir hat-trick (vs Welsh Fire)
Imran Tahir's celebrations were emphatic when he hit the wicket to complete a remarkable hat-trick, and he deserved every bit of elation he was clearly feeling.
As if that isn't impressive enough, he'd already taken two wickets earlier in the match. Just watch him run and run and run. Word is, he's still running.
Liam Livingstone hits 6 to qualify for the final (vs Northern Superchargers)
There's turning up when it matters, then there's hitting 10 sixes to lead your team into the final of The Hundred.
Liam Livingstone did exactly that as Birmingham Phoenix beat Northern Superchargers with 26 balls to spare, so it's fitting that he secured the victory with an almighty 6.
Tim David runs out Livingstone in the final (vs Birmingham Phoenix)
Livingstone had provided the heroics as Birmingham Phoenix reached the final, but it was Tim David who made jaws drop to help Southern Brave win it.
The shot from Livingstone had been pretty impressive, but all that did is add to the drama as David miraculously picked out the stumps from near the boundary.