Australia allrounder Nicola Carey has pledged to do her bit to help the Hobart Hurricanes address a major weakness from last WBBL season as they seek a long-awaited return to the top four.
Carey, who has re-committed to the Hurricanes for another two seasons, pin-pointed batting as the area the club most needed to address after finishing on the bottom of the table three times in the past four seasons.
They last made the finals in WBBL|02, and despite efforts to bolster their batting last summer through the recruitments of Naomi Stalenberg and Rachel Priest from Sydney Thunder, their line-up never quite clicked in the Sydney hub.
Opener Priest (354 runs at 35) the only player to average more than 18 across the season, and Carey said she was determined to make a greater impact after she hit 158 runs in 10 innings.
“We’ve got a few new signings, a bit of a different look side and…