Melbourne Renegades (WBBL)
|League||Women's Big Bash League|
|Overseas player(s)||Lea Tahuhu, Chamari Atapattu, Amy Satterthwaite|
|Home ground||Docklands Stadium|
|Twenty20 debut||11 December 2015|
|Official website:||Melbourne Renegades|
The Renegades is one of 8 founding teams with their franchise aligned with the current men's competition (Big Bash League) – adopting the same colours and team name. The team's inaugural coach was Lachlan Stevens.
Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland said in a media release, "We see T20 as the premium format of the women's game and the WBBL is an exciting concept that will increase the promotion and exposure of women's cricket". Sutherland also said, "Our existing female domestic competitions are arguably the strongest in the world, with the continued success of the top-ranked women's team, the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars, a testament to that.". The first signing for the club was former Southern Star Sarah Elliott.
- As of the WBBL|03 season (2017–18)
Players with international caps are listed in bold.
|No.||Name||Nat.||Date of birth (age)||Batting style||Bowling style||Notes|
|Chamari Atapattu||9 February 1990||Left-handed||Right-arm off spin||Overseas international|
|Jess Duffin||27 June 1989||Right-handed||Right arm leg spin|
|Gaby Lewis||27 March 2001||Right-handed||Right-arm off spin||Associate Rookie|
|Amy Satterthwaite||7 October 1986||Left-handed||Right-arm off spin||Captain / Overseas international|
|8||Kris Britt||13 April 1984||Right-handed||Right-arm leg spin|
|77||Maitlan Brown||5 June 1997||Right-handed||Right-arm fast|
|23||Sophie Molineux||17 January 1998||Left-handed||Left-arm off spin|
|5||Molly Strano||5 October 1992||Right-handed||Right-arm off spin|
|Jenny Taffs||1995||Right-handed||Left-arm leg spin|
|7||Tayla Vlaeminck||27 October 1998||Right-handed||Right-arm medium fast|
|32||Georgia Wareham||26 May 1999||Right-handed||Right-arm leg spin|
|Emma Inglis||15 July 1988||Right-handed|
|Claire Koski||13 March 1991||Right-handed||Right-arm medium fast|
|Hayley Jensen||7 October 1992||Right-handed||Right arm medium|
|6||Lea Tahuhu||23 September 1990||Right-handed||Right-arm medium fast||Overseas international|
- Rachel Priest – New Zealand – WBBL|01 (2015–16) – WBBL|02 (2016–17)
- Shabnim Ismail – South Africa – WBBL|01 (2015–16)
- Dane van Niekerk – South Africa – WBBL|01 (2015–16)
- Danielle Wyatt – England – WBBL|01 (2015–16) – WBBL|02 (2016–17)
- Lea Tahuhu – New Zealand – WBBL|02 (2016–17) – present
- Chamari Atapattu – Sri Lanka – WBBL|03 (2017–18) – present
- Amy Satterthwaite – New Zealand – WBBL|03 (2017–18) – present
- Mariko Hill – Hong Kong – WBBL|01 (2015–16)
- Rubina Chhetri – Nepal – WBBL|02 (2016–17)
- Gaby Lewis – Ireland – WBBL|03 (2017–18)
- "Eight teams announced for Women's BBL". Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- "Renegades sign triple threat for WBBL". Retrieved 10 December 2016.
- Cricket Network (29 November 2017). "ICC rookies bound for the WBBL". cricket.com.au. Retrieved 29 November 2017.
- Cricket Network (5 December 2017). "Final WBBL|03 squads for each club". cricket.com.au. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
- Collins, Adam; Lemon, Geoff (8 December 2017). "World Cup stars set to light up third WBBL season". ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved 8 December 2017.
- "Players Selected for WBBL Associate Rookie Program". International Cricket Council website. International Cricket Council. 10 December 2015. Archived from the original on 25 December 2016. Retrieved 30 December 2016.
- "Associate Rookies named for Rebel WBBL 02". International Cricket Council website. International Cricket Council. 15 November 2016. Retrieved 23 December 2016.