Match Details

BHW vs MLRW 31st Match, WBBL 2021

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Melbourne Renegades Women won by 15 runs
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L Harris Logo
L Harris Jersy



L Harris
4s: 4
6s: 3
C Grace Sippel Logo
C Grace Sippel Jersy
4s: 1
6s: 0
E Hayward Logo
E Hayward Jersy



E Hayward

Econ: 10.33
BHWBHW - 2nd Innings
6 Over 4750
10 Over 8376
MLRWMLRW - 1st Innings
6 Over 4059
10 Over 88106
15 Over 143152
20 Over 202207


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Inn 2
That's it from the coverage of this match. Hop on to the next match between Melbourne Stars and Adelaide Strikers which starts in about 10 minutes. Both the teams are placed in the bottom half of the table and would be desperate for a win. Meanwhile it's me Tushar Garg, along with my co-commentator Ayan Chatterjee signing off until next time.
Harmanpreet Kaur has been adjudged the Player of the Match for her stupendous knock of 65 off 32 balls, which contained 6 sixes and 4 fours

208 was always going to be an uphill target for the Brisbane Heat Women. Laura Kimmince and Georgia Voll provided sparks with the bat but the Heat never really threatened to successfully chase down the total. Ellie Falconer was the pick of the bowlers for the Renegades with a four-for against her name.

Melbourne Renegades Women stay on top of the pile of WBBL 07 with a comfortable 15-run win in the end. The Renegades flexed their batting muscle and notched the first 200+ score of the season. Jemimah Rodrigues and Eve Jones put on a 100-run opening partnership inside the first 10 overs to lay a strong platform. Harmanpreet Kaur then showed everyone why she is one of the most feared hitters in white ball cricket. She put on an exhilarating display of power hitting in her knock of 65 off just 32 balls. Each one of the Heat bowlers was taken to cleaners, with none of them able to contain the Renegades’ mighty batting firepower.

Brisbane Heat Women
Courtney Grace Sippel
Sophie Molineux
19.6 S Molineux to Sippel
W In the slot, and Sippel final ball pushes it to midwicket where they get a couple, but OH! Hang on it's a runout to end proceedings. 1 run taken. So, 192 all out. A 15-run win for table-toppers Melbourne Renegades over the Heat.
19.5 S Molineux to Sippel
4 Outside edge, past the keeper for a boundary to third man fence, lucky but they'll take it.
19.4 S Molineux to N Hancock
1 Short ball, pulled away to long on for a run to Kaur.
19.3 S Molineux to N Hancock
2 In the air, but lands safely in no man's land and they get a couple of runs.
19.2 S Molineux to N Hancock
4 Down the pitch and hits it down the ground, long on cannot get there, a boundary here for Hancock.
19.1 S Molineux to Sippel
1 In the slot, and Sippel gets off the mark, in the air but on the bounce to long off.
Brisbane Heat Women
Nicola Hancock
Courtney Grace Sippel
Ellie Falconer
18.6 E Falconer to N Hancock
4 In the slot, off the edge and over short third man inside the circle and it goes to the third man fence. 19 gone 179-9.
18.5 E Falconer to N Hancock
2 On leg stump, heaves it away, inside edge to deep mid-on for a brace. 
18.5 E Falconer to N Hancock
WD That's way outside off stump, beyond the tram-line wide given.
18.4 E Falconer to N Hancock
4 That's a good extra cover drive over the in-field for a lovely boundary.
18.3 E Falconer to N Hancock
0 Way outside off, batter off balances herself and falls, dot ball.