WBBL: Mandhana stars in Sydney Rumbling’s win; disappointing day for Shafali

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WBBL: Mandhana stars in Sydney Rumbling’s win; frustrating day for Shafali


India’s restricted overs vice-captain Smriti Mandhana knocked a 39-ball 45 to power safeguarding champion Sydney Thunder to a six-wicket gain Sydney Sixers in the Women’s Big Celebration League (WBBL) below on Sunday.Mandhana, that opens up the innings for India, knocked 6 fours to top-score for her side. She stitched a match-winning 53-run partnership with Corinne Hall(19). The elegant Southpaw was unfortunate to lose out on a just half century as she was dismissed by pacer Stella Campbell in the 15th over.Mandhana’s compatriot all-rounder Deepti Sharma continued to be unbeaten on 4 as she struck the winning runs in Thunder’s effective run chase versus Sixers with 28 rounds to spare.READ: Hope my journey inspires young women to seek their desires: Mithali India’s left-arm spinner Radha Yadav injured herself while divingto make a save near the border and also therefore did not bowl.Opting to bat, the Sixers were off to an unsteady beginning as both the openers dropped within the first 6 overs.India’s Shafali Verma (8 off 14 )endured an unsatisfactory day as the youngster was run-out politeness

a direct hit from India teammate Deepti, while her opening partner and also celebrity Australia wicketkeeper Alyssa

Healy(7 off 16)dropped to English fast Issy Wong.Skipper Ellyse Perry then laboured to a run-a-ball 40 with Nicole Bolton (19 )while Angela Reakes( 16)given beneficial payments as the Sixers managed to reach 94 for six in their 20 overs.READ: Maxwell-vs-spinners the crucial fight in the T20 World Cup final-Scott Styris Deepti bowled a cost-effective spell, signing up figures of 0/19 in her 4 overs but she went wicketless. The all-rounder played an essential function in the dismissal of the unsafe opening duo of Shafali and

Healy.While she effected Shafali’s run-out, Deepti also caught Healy at square-leg off Wong in consecutive overs.In another match, expert Indian rewriter Poonam Yadav had a suitable trip with the ball. She provided away 19 runs in 3.2 overs, while being struck for one boundary as her team Brisbane Heat shed to Adelaide Strikers by eight gates. Published at Sun, 14 Nov 2021 01:38:55 -0600

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