The stylish left-handed batsman played his first game in the Hurricanes' loss against the Strikers and in his only dig against Melbourne Stars, he was one of Hobart's better performers with 32 runs off 22 balls.
After close to two months of some exciting entertainment, the Big Bash League has finally come to a close.
The competition was so hard between Renegades and Strikers and it was luck that Strikers laughed finally. The final, which will be played at Oval stadium in Adelaide, will see Strikers and Hurricanes after they defeated their respective opponents in the semifinal.
Reardon was not required to bat in the Hurricanes' swashbuckling 71-run semi-final win in the west against Perth Scorchers.
The skipper hammered Bravo over midwicket for six in the final over and struck eight boundaries, keeping the Strikers motoring as they posted a challenging target.
Lehmann's heart must have been racing faster than anyone when Laughlin stood at his mark to bowl the final over with the Renegades needing 13 to win.
Archer has had an outstanding debut season in the BBL for the Hurricanes, with 15 wickets, making him the team's leading wicket-taker and fourth overall in BBL7.
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The most curious role on Saturday's final eve was played by Colin Ingram, posing with the trophy as captain of the Strikers while Head flew back to Sydney, before he returns on match day to lead them.
And the classy left-hander proved the difference, smacking an unbeaten 85 from 57 balls in Adelaide's 5-178.
The 23-year-old has scored 383 runs during the BBL07 from 12 innings at an average of just under 32, but the form he has showed in the final and two innings before (57 and 56) will surely have put Australian selectors on notice.
Head then opened the bowling and claimed the key wicket of Renegades opener Marcus Harris, who blasted 45 off 29 deliveries.
The duo combined for a 104-run second-wicket partnership from only 76 balls.
Kieron Pollard ... missed out for Renegades off the last ball of the match.