KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
|KFC Twenty20 Big Bash|
Logo KFC Twenty20 Big Bash
|Tournament format||Round-robin and knockout finals|
|Number of teams||6|
|Most successful||Victorian Bushrangers (4 titles)|
|Qualification||Champions League Twenty20|
Brad Hodge (919)
Dirk Nannes (31)
|TV||Fox Sports (2005-2011)|
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.
|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
|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|
|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|
|North Sydney Oval, Sydney||5,669|| Victoria
233 for 7 (20 overs)
|Victoria won by 93 runs Scorecard|| New South Wales
140 all out (15.3 overs)
|Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne||28,960|| Victoria
160 for 6 (20 overs)
|Victoria won by 10 runs Scorecard|| Tasmania
150 for 8 (20 overs)
|WACA, Perth||16,589|| Victoria
203 for 8 (20 overs)
|Victoria won by 32 runs Scorecard|| Western Australia
171 all out (19.3 overs)
|ANZ Stadium, Sydney||17,592|| New South Wales
167 for 5 (20 overs)
|New South Wales won by 5 wickets Scorecard|| Victoria
166 for 4 (20 overs)
|Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||17,722|| Victoria
166 for 7 (20 overs)
|Victoria won by 48 runs Scorecard|| South Australia
118 for 9 (20 overs)
|Adelaide Oval, Adelaide||27,920|| South Australia
155 for 2 (17.3 overs)
|South Australia won by 8 wickets Scorecard|| New South Wales
153 for 8 (20 overs)
- Highest Score: 7/233 Victorian Bushrangers vs New South Wales Blues, 21 Jan 2006, at North Sydney Oval.
- Lowest Score: 71 (16.2 overs) New South Wales, vs Western Warriors, 5 Jan 2010, at WACA Ground.
- Biggest Winning Margin: 127 Western Warriors vs New South Wales Blues, 5 Jan 2010, at WACA Ground.
- Lowest Winning Margin: 2 Victorian Bushrangers vs Western Warriors, 6 Jan 2006, at WACA Ground, Perth.
New South Wales Blues vs Victorian Bushrangers, 17 Jan 2009, at ANZ Stadium, Sydney.
- Highest Individual Score: 111 (56 balls) Michael Dighton, Tasmanian Tigers vs New South Wales Blues, 10 Jan 2007, at ANZ Stadium, Sydney.
- Most Runs: See Infobox.
- Fastest Half-Century: 18 Balls David Warner, New South Wales Blues vs Tasmanian Tigers, 30 Dec 2009 Bellerive Oval, Hobart
- Best Bowling: 6/25 (3 overs) Michael Dighton, Tasmanian Tigers vs Queensland Bulls, 1 Jan 2007, at The Heritage Oval, Toowoomba.
- Most Wickets: See Infobox.
- Most Catches: 13 David Hussey, Victorian Bushrangers.
- Largest Crowd: 43,125 – Victorian Bushrangers vs Tasmanian Tigers, 15 Jan 2010 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
All games, including the finals were covered by Fox Sports
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Highest totals
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Lowest totals
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Largest victories
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Smallest victories (including ties)
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / High scores
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Best bowling figures in an innings
- Cricinfo – Australian Domestic Twenty20 Competition / Records / Most catches