|Críquete||11/25 08:10||15||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Adelaide Strikers - Feminino||83/8(20)-86/1(10.5)|
|Críquete||11/20 08:05||-||Brisbane Heat - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||156/5(20)-113/10(18.1)|
|Críquete||11/19 04:40||-||Hobart Hurricanes - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||161/5(20)-109/10(18)|
|Críquete||11/17 08:05||-||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Sydney Thunder - Feminino||175/4(20)-171/2(20)|
|Críquete||11/11 05:50||-||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Melbourne Stars - Feminino||CANC|
|Críquete||11/07 02:40||-||Melbourne Stars - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||103/10(20)-104/3(14.1)|
|Críquete||11/05 23:15||-||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Brisbane Heat - Feminino||207/4(20)-192/10(20)|
|Críquete||11/03 05:50||-||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Perth Scorchers - Feminino||154/6(20)-194/2(20)|
|Críquete||10/31 02:25||-||Adelaide Strikers - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||160/5(20)-162/4(19.4)|
|Críquete||10/30 02:25||-||Melbourne Renegades - Feminino v Sydney Sixers - Feminino||142/7(20)-130/9(20)|
|Críquete||10/27 02:25||-||Sydney Thunder - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||133-142|
|Críquete||10/24 02:40||-||Sydney Sixers - Feminino v Melbourne Renegades - Feminino||118/4(20)-120/3(17)|
The Melbourne Renegades (WBBL) are an Australian women's Twenty20 cricket team based in St Kilda, Victoria. They are one of two teams from Melbourne to compete in the Women's Big Bash League, the other being the Melbourne Stars.
One of eight founding WBBL teams, the Melbourne Renegades are aligned with the men's team of the same name. On 3 June 2015, Cricket Victoria announced Lachlan Stevens would "take charge of one of Melbourne's two WBBL teams". Stevens would be confirmed as inaugural head coach of the Renegades in the following months. At the official WBBL launch on 10 July, Sarah Elliott was unveiled as the team's first ever signing. Elliott would also become the inaugural captain.
The Renegades played their first match against the Hobart Hurricanes at Aurora Stadium in Launceston on 11 December, losing by 35 runs. It took until their fifth match, a 20 December encounter with the Brisbane Heat at the Gabba, to register a win.
The Renegades and Sydney Sixers have combined to produce some of the most "thrilling" and "controversial" matches in the league's history, particularly revolving around close finishes, including:
The Renegades hold an 8–4 record over their cross-town rivals, the Melbourne Stars. Noteworthy matches include:
Despite winning multiple championships in the league's early years, the Brisbane Heat have relatively struggled against the Renegades. Across the competition's first five seasons, the Renegades were the only team to beat the Heat more often than not. Noteworthy matches include: