KFC Twenty20 Big Bash

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KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
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Logo KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
Countries  Australia
Administrator Cricket Australia
Format Twenty20
First tournament 2005–06
Last tournament 2010–11
Tournament format Round-robin and knockout finals
Number of teams 6
Most successful Victorian Bushrangers (4 titles)
Qualification Champions League Twenty20
Most runs Overall:
Australia Brad Hodge (919)
Most wickets Overall:
Australia Dirk Nannes (31)
Website Official website

The KFC Twenty20 Big Bash was the domestic Twenty20 cricket competition in Australia. The competition was organised by Cricket Australia, and sponsored by fast food chicken outlet KFC. The competition was replaced by the Big Bash League as Australia's domestic Twenty20 competition after the 2010–11 tournament. The Victorian Bushrangers were the most successful team during the tournament's running, winning the title four times.


  Team name
(Sponsored name)
Home ground(s) Last win Wins Runners Up
  Victorian Bushrangers Melbourne Cricket Ground 2009–10 4 1
  New South Wales Blues Sydney Cricket Ground,
ANZ Stadium, Sydney
2008–09 1 2
  Southern Redbacks Adelaide Oval 2010–11 1 1
  Tasmanian Tigers Bellerive Oval, Hobart N/A 0 1
  Western Warriors The WACA, Perth N/A 0 1
  Queensland Bulls The Gabba, Brisbane N/A 0 0


Season Winner Runner-up Third Fourth Fifth Sixth
2005–06 Victoria New South Wales Western Australia Queensland South Australia Tasmania
2006–07 Victoria Tasmania Western Australia South Australia Queensland New South Wales
2007–08 Victoria Western Australia Tasmania New South Wales Queensland South Australia
2008–09 New South Wales Victoria Queensland South Australia Western Australia Tasmania
2009–10 Victoria South Australia Queensland Western Australia New South Wales Tasmania
2010–11 South Australia New South Wales Tasmania Western Australia Queensland Victoria


Year Final Venue Final Attendance Final
Winner Result Runner-up
North Sydney Oval, Sydney 5,669 Victoria (Australia) Victoria
233 for 7 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 93 runs Scorecard New South Wales New South Wales
140 all out (15.3 overs)
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 28,960 Victoria (Australia) Victoria
160 for 6 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 10 runs Scorecard Tasmania Tasmania
150 for 8 (20 overs)
WACA, Perth 16,589 Victoria (Australia) Victoria
203 for 8 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 32 runs Scorecard Western Australia Western Australia
171 all out (19.3 overs)
ANZ Stadium, Sydney 17,592 New South Wales New South Wales
167 for 5 (20 overs)
New South Wales won by 5 wickets Scorecard Victoria (Australia) Victoria
166 for 4 (20 overs)
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 17,722 Victoria (Australia) Victoria
166 for 7 (20 overs)
Victoria won by 48 runs Scorecard South Australia South Australia
118 for 9 (20 overs)
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 27,920 South Australia South Australia
155 for 2 (17.3 overs)
South Australia won by 8 wickets Scorecard New South Wales New South Wales
153 for 8 (20 overs)


Television coverage[edit]

All games, including the finals were covered by Fox Sports.

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