Today is one of the most thrilling day in Women’s Big Bash League 2019 where three matches were scheduled between six teams.
Match 5 | Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades | WBBL 05
England’s Danni Wyatt and Tammy Beaumont secured Melbourne Renegades’ first win of the season with a victory over the Adelaide Strikers.
Wyatt’s 61:37 and Beaumont’s 44:41 ensured that the Renegades reversed Saturday’s result between the same teams.
The first strike, striker-star Sophie Devine, threatened to take the game away from the Renegades when she attacked and hit Australian all-rounder Sophie Molineux for three sixes in a 30-ball attack that ended only at 48 when she joined Bowling eliminated off-spinner Molly Strano.
Suzie Bates (24), Tahlia McGrath (24) and Bridget Patterson (38) all contributed, without moving to a bigger score, with Renegades Strano (2-28), Maitlan Brown (2-20) and Georgia Wareham (1-20). 20)) Restriction of the hosts.
The hearts would have been in their mouths when Molineux was in the chase for the first time, but Wyatt and Beaumont joined an 84-run stand to stabilize the game.
After they fell, captain Jess Duffin (26) was tall before second-placed Josie Dooley (7) claimed victory.
Match 6 | Melbourne Stars vs Hobart Hurricanes | WBBL 05
Star recruit Nicola Carey dominated with racket and ball to lead the Hurricanes for the second consecutive year to the victory of the Rebel WBBL against the Melbourne Stars.
Carey’s unbeaten 60 led the Hurricanes to a 5-wicket win as they chased the stars with 9 balls at 7-136. It’s a dream start for the New Look team of Salliann Briggs in WBBL | 04 has won only two games.
She needed 2: 27 to limit the home team. Competitor Belinda Vakarewa, who was also attracted by the Thunder, took 2: 22.
Elyse Villani, who was sent away by the hurricanes, was eager to make up for a first duck on Saturday, and she had a positive start when, for the second time in so many days, she fell on Belinda Vakarewa’s rear quadrangle leg for eight.
The Hurricanes bowling attack by Vakarewa, Tayla Vlaeminck, and Nicola Carey in a new look brought the stars Lizelle Lee and Emma Inglis to a standstill, as only 28 runs were scored from the first five overs.
Lee began to find her groove with three consecutive boundaries, only to run long, and Inglis, who had fought her way to 20 after standing on two of 15 balls, followed two balls later, trying to get Carey up.
The pressure continued to pay off when New Zealand importer Katey Martin was fired for four out of twelve. When Erin Osborne ran out of strikes at the end, the stars had problems with 5: 93.
Contributions from Proteas star Mignon du Preez (23) and teenagers Annabel Sutherland (17) and Tess Flintoss (18) raised the stars to 7-136.
The early dismissals of Erin Fazackerley (15), Stefanie Daffara (2) and Heather Knight (18) made the Hurricanes look shaky, but Carey partnered with South African recruit Chloe Tryon (29) to put 64 out of 37 balls until victory.
Match 7 | Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat | WBBL 05
16-year-old Phoebe Litchfield scored a surprise win over reigning Rebel WBBL title-holder Brisbane Heat.
Litchfield already played their second Big Bash game after making their debut on Friday night, scoring an unbeaten run and sharing a 97-run stance with veteran Alex Blackwell as the Thunder scored seven 9-150 with seven balls and seven wickets in hand from Brisbane chased.
The tenth-grade student from Orange became the youngest player, male or female, scoring fifty Big Bash.
In the second game in a row, Litchfield and her team of 3: 56 and the stars Rachel Priest (31), Naomi Stalenberg (18) and Rachael Haynes (5) under great pressure into the game.
In an attack by international stars Delissa Kimmince, Amelia Kerr and Jess Jonassen, Litchfield struck with four balls and eleven balls for the first time.
From there, the left-hander produced an astonishing series of shots; Driving, cutting and exaggerating to create a first WBBL half-century out of 47 deliveries.
On Friday, she had shared a stand with 68 runs on the fourth wicket with 36-year-old Blackwell, and the Thunder veteran once again proved to be the perfect slide for the youngster unbeaten 42 off 27.
Before that, Beth Mooney once again took off into the heat, hit seven limits, and hit 35 before trying with bowling to sweep left-wing spinner Sam Bates (3-33).
Grace Harris shot a six-second ball, but hopes of a mighty right-hander’s big inning were dashed as captain Kirby Short challenged her to a quick single to get her out of control.
Short (15) gave Nida Dar a return-catch eight bucks later, and as the heat-run rate continued to rise around nine, the wickets continued to fall as Maddy Green (13) and Sammy-Jo Johnson (0) invaded consecutive Bates deliveries.