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Thunder win makes Johnson queen of WBBL


Sammy-Jo Johnson can consider herself queen of the WBBL after becoming the first person to win three straight Big Bash titles.

After making the move from Brisbane, Johnson completed her own three-peat in the Sydney Thunder’s seven-wicket win over Melbourne Stars on Saturday.

The 28-year-old regularly beat the bat to finish with 2-11 from her four overs, including a superb two-over opening spell of 1-2 to help keep the Stars to 9-86.

“I actually had a text from (Heat player) Delissa Kimmince before the game and she said, ‘good luck, I hope you’re the lucky charm’,” Johnson said.

“So maybe I am.

“I said to the girls when I got here it felt like a Brisbane Heat side from the WBBL04 group early doors.

“We had a couple of losses and big wins that…



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