World news – AU – the stars believe in WBBL’s sixth straight win


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The Melbourne Stars remain the favorites to win the WBBL title after their sixth successive win on Saturday night.

The Melbourne Superstars remain the favorites to win the WBBL title after their sixth consecutive win on Saturday night. .

In a table-top match at Sydney Showground, the Ones to Watch completely outperformed Sydney Thunder, who were unbeaten in the T20 Championship.

All-star captain Meg Lanning won the lottery and was elected to play, a decision that immediately made a profit when English international Katherine Brent collided with two bullets in the third half..

After the rattling of Sammy-Joe Johnson’s trunks, Brent turned down Heather Knight’s dangerous character for a duck that puts Thunder in a lamentable state.

Helped Rachel Haynes and opening-time English language player Tammy Beaumont hold the ship, but they struggled to score freely on the slow wicket at the Sydney Showground.

A magic hunt from the English Nat Sciver was needed to break the partnership that lasted 44 times, before leading Haynes Thunder to 5/131 from 20 times.

Thunder captain achieved the highest score with 51 out of 49 balls, collaborating with teen Phoebe Litchfield (29 out) in an important partnership of 47 times.

South African sprint player Shebnim Ismail made an early start in the second half, as star opener Elise Fellaini lost at her speed. .

Bowler Hannah Darlington (1/25) sent a panic at Star Camp when she removed Lanning (14) with a perfectly executed Yorker.

But international stars Mignon du Preez and Sciver met in an upscale partnership for 84 times to ensure the modest goal was hit with 19 balls to hold.. .

Mignon du Preez (57 not out of 37 balls) was the star announcer while chasing the run, a disciplined hit that featured nine limits.

She was constantly on strike rotations with her partners to keep the scoreboard ticking, and a handful of cool casing engines cracked.

Nat Skiver achieved an amazing one-handed grab on Day 13 to bring Tami Beaumont back into the ward.

Beaumont executed a powerful back-pass off Irene Osborne’s bowling, only for the flying skiver to drop the catch with her left glove..

Catherine Brent had failed to muster a wicket in her previous three WBBL Championship encounters, but she was back at her best on Saturday, finishing 2/19 of three times. .

After the match, the shy young man Shebnim Ismail (1/26) asked: « I hope we are still in second place on the ladder..

But South Africa was not worried about the short turnaround ahead of their next Thunder match, which would face Perth Scorers Sunday morning.

Ismail said with a smirk: « As soon as I step into this field, I go to put the monster. ».

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