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Central Sparks are delighted to announce the signing of Melbourne Renegades and South Australia batter Courtney Webb as an overseas player for the 2024 season.

Webb, a right-handed batter signs for Sparks ahead of a packed summer schedule of cricket and will join up with the team ahead of the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy game against Sunrisers on Wednesday 1 May.


Having experience playing in the Women’s Big Bash League as well as for Tasmania, Webb will bring a huge level of experience and quality to Lloyd Tennant’s side.


The 24-year-old Australian, a member of the Melbourne Renegades, had this to say on becoming a Central Spark: “I am so stoked to be joining up with the Sparks this year. Should be good fun.


“I’m very grateful for the opportunity to play for the Sparks this season. To play some more cricket abroad is great and to be linking up with the girls too.


“It was great to see them start the season off with a big win and I can’t wait to see how the rest of it plays out for us.”


The powerful boundary hitter will bolster an already strong batting line-up and will be available for selection upon arrival.


Having secured the services of fellow Australian Erin Burns a year ago, which followed New Zealand’s Maddy Green as Sparks’ 2023 overseas players, Webb joins as this year’s, with a clear goal in mind.


Webb also added: “I’ve loved my role in the middle order for South Australia and the Melbourne Renegades back in Australia. I hope I can be a consistent contributor to the team this year.


“I’m a pretty competitive person so I would love to see us going deep in competitions in 2024.”


The South Australia player is already familiar with captain Eve Jones, as the two played together for the Renegades between 2021-23.


Welcome to the Sparks, Courtney!


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