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Maia Bouchier signs for the Stars

The Melbourne Stars have signed new England debutant Maia Bouchier for the upcoming Weber WBBL season.


Beau Webster signs for Stars and BBL Nike kits unveiled

The Melbourne Stars have secured the key signing of talented all-rounder Beau Webster ahead of KFC BBL|11.


Stars to begin WBBL|07 campaign in Tasmania

The Melbourne Stars will begin their Weber WBBL|07 campaign in Tasmania following confirmation of the opening rounds of fixtures from Cricket Australia.


Stars sign trio for upcoming Weber WBBL

Experienced batter Anna Lanning and 17 year-old emerging talents Rhys McKenna and Georgia Gall have all put pen to paper with the Melbourne Stars for the upcoming Weber WBBL season.


Blair Crouch appointed General Manager

The Melbourne Stars have confirmed the appointment of Blair Crouch as the club’s new General Manager on a permanent basis.


WBBL|07 finals format revamped

A new finals format has been introduced for the seventh edition of the Women’s Big Bash League.


Rising star Elliott commits to Team Green

The Melbourne Stars are pleased to announce the signing of young gun Sam Elliott for the upcoming KFC BBL|11 season.


Cartwright extends stay with the Stars

The Melbourne Stars have clinched the re-signing of explosive all-rounder Hilton Cartwright for a further two seasons, securing his services until the end of KFC BBL|13.


Stars State Blitz a hit for kids around Victoria

Lucky schools across the Mornington Peninsula, Gippsland and North East Victoria were treated with visits from the Melbourne Stars’ best and brightest earlier this month, with players participating in a virtual “State Blitz” ahead of a big summer of cricket.


Stars boost bowling unit with Rainbird signing

The Melbourne Stars have secured the signing of left arm pace bowler Sam Rainbird for the upcoming KFC BBL|11 season.


Melbourne Stars Confirm Withdrawal From TIO Strike League

The Melbourne Renegades and Melbourne Stars have confirmed they will withdraw from this year’s TIO Strike League competition following the extension of Melbourne’s current lockdown.