Hurricanes blow Scorchers away in WBBL

Erin Fazackerley's 58 runs earned her player of the match honours in Hobart's WBBL win over Perth

The Hobart Hurricanes have ended Perth Scorchers' faint hopes of securing top spot and a home final with a clinical, upset six-wicket win at Lilac Hill.

Tall opener Erin Fazackerley produced a career-best 58 off 47 balls to steer the Hurricanes to victory with 25 deliveries to spare after the Scorchers were bowled out for 107 on Saturday.

The home side had a sniff when the 'Canes were reduced to 2-16 inside the first two overs of their reply before Fazackerley steadied the ship, proving the only batter capable of mastering the deck.

Fazackerley set an aggressive early tone by belting Nicole Bolton for a four and a six inside the first three balls of the innings.

She received good support from captain Corinne Hall (18 not out) before Chloe Tryon blasted Taneale Peschel for a monstrous straight six to seal the Hurricanes' fourth win of the season.

The third-placed Scorchers are locked in for finals action but needed to win with a big net run-rate boost to keep their dreams alive of overtaking Adelaide Strikers and Brisbane Heat to host the finals.

Instead they were undone by an impressive performance from Hobart's bowlers, led by seamer Tayla Vlaeminck (2-19) and leggie Maisy Gibson (2-20).

Amy Jones, Georgia Redmayne and skipper Meg Lanning all succumbed inside the powerplay as the Scorchers staggered to 3-21.

All-rounders Natalie Sciver (21) and Bolton (21) did their best to repair Perth's innings with a 37-run stand but when they departed in consecutive overs, the 'Canes were well on top.