Securing the signature of boom recruit Ruth Johnston is a priority for the Hobart Hurricanes after another WBBL campaign devoid of finals action.
Cricket Tasmania's general manager of high performance Simon Insley on Monday said the Hurricanes would look to start the process of extending her contract with the club "in a couple of days".
The Queensland teenager was one of the finds of the tournament after scoring 214 runs and taking 13 wickets.
The Hurricanes finished sixth after winning their final two matches against Melbourne Renegades and Sydney Thunder.
"I think when you have been knocked out with three games to go and win the last two and have beaten top of the table [Renegades at the time], I think that is a testament to the management group and the players and the character that they showed,'' Insley said.
"It was a disappointing campaign as our goal was to make the finals and we haven't done that, but we were really pleased with the character the players and management have shown.
"That will be part of the review and we will start those conversations to make sure we are better next season.
"Like all list management you want to keep a spine and if you think you can make improvements and development opportunities similar to Ruth Johnston we will look at those."
The Hurricanes missed the finals for the fifth tournament in a row.
Meanwhile, speedster Tayla Vlaeminck was the only Hurricane named in the official team of the tournament. She took 13 wickets at 22.38 with an economy rate of 6.06.
Spinner Molly Strano was the Hurricanes' leading wicket-taker with 15 while South Africa's Mignon Du Preez was the 'Canes leading run-scorer with 414.
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