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Season opening Sydney Smash abandoned due to rain | Sydney Sixers


Due to rain no play was possible in the Sixers season opener against the Sydney Thunder, at North Sydney Oval on Sunday.

 

The Sixers entered the clash with a narrow 6-5 winning record over their cross-town rivals but will now have to wait until 18 November at Blacktown International Sportspark to renew the rivalry.

Captain Ellyse Perry, who was all set to return from injury in the Sydney Smash, said it was disappointing the weather had intervened, however she was really impressed with the attitude of the squad given the circumstances.

“I think even from the start with warm-up, we copped a fair bit of rain … and all the girls stayed out there and had a field,” Perry said.

 

“It wasn’t…



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