Match Details

OIW vs SBW 26th Match, The Hundred W 2023

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Southern Brave Women won by 7 wickets 🏆
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F Kemp Logo
F Kemp Jersy



F Kemp
4s: 3
6s: 2
G Adams Logo
G Adams Jersy



G Adams
4s: 5
6s: 1
E Gray Logo
E Gray Jersy



E Gray

Econ: 10.45
17th Five:
= 15
18th Five:
= 11
19th Five:
= 11
20th Five:
= 6
SBWSBW - 2nd Innings
25 Balls3321
50 Balls5052
75 Balls8885
OIWOIW - 1st Innings
25 Balls3025
50 Balls5251
75 Balls8694
100 Balls132130


Inn 1
Inn 2
Phew!!! What a thrilling game we just witnessed. We will have a new winner in the Women's Hundred as the Oval Invincibles Women got knocked out of this year's competition.

It's time for me to take your leave. This is Akshay Bhide, signing off, on behalf of scorer Bishal Mandal. Until next time, cheers and goodbye.
Georgia Adams (Hero of the Match): "Obviously it feels great. A special day for Anya Shrubsole who was playing her last game at the Ageas Bowl and happy to get the win.

The knock from Freya Kemp was fantastic. Took the pressure off me. She hits the long pockets and she has been working hard this season.

I have been told in the past that I haven’t taken my bowling seriously. It’s nice to take the all-rounder status as I can contribute in both departments.

It feels great to get a win over such a strong side. To get a win like that, it’s good to take the momentum heading into the knockout stages of the competition."
Hero of the Match: Georgia Adams
9:29 PM IST, 4:59 PM Local Time: The Oval Invincibles Women, the defending champions, are out of the Women's Hundred 2023. And guess what, the runners-up of the last edition, Southern Brave Women have done the job of knocking out the defending champions. Another thriller of a game and the Southern Brave Women beat the Oval Invincibles by seven wickets.

Chasing 131 was always going to be a tricky one for the hosts. Marizanne Kapp dismissed in-form Smriti Mandhana early in the innings on 2. Danielle Wyatt also struggled with her timing and got cleaned up by Nadine de Klerk on seven right after the powerplay. Maia Bouchier was joined by Georgia Adams and started rebuilding the innings.

Bouchier and Adams put 38 between them before the former was dismissed on 22. Freya Kemp came out all guns blazing and played some beautiful strokes. She along with Adams hit some boundaries and brought down the required run rate under control. They kept finding regular boundaries and kept the Oval Invincibles at bay.

Adams along with Kemp put a match-winning partnership as their 73-run stand took the Southern Brave Women across the line with four balls to spare. Adams and Kemp remained unbeaten on 50 and 41 respectively as they knocked the defending champions out of the competition. 

The Oval Invincibles Women had won the toss and opted to bat first. They got off to a shaky start as they lost both their openers Lauren Winfield-Hill (2) and Alice Capsey (0) early in their innings. Skipper Suzie Bates along with Marizanne Kapp led the recovery work as they reeled 25/2 at the end of the powerplay. Both Bates and Kapp kept ticking the scoreboard and put a solid stand for the third wicket to keep the Brave Women at bay. The 53-run stand came to an end as Kapp fell on 27.

Bates was joined by Paige Scholfield and both scored at a brisk rate. Bates continued playing aggressively and brought up her fifty. Scholfield hit some lusty blows as both stitched a 63-run stand between them off just 39 balls. Scholfield departed on 30 off 17 balls and Bates fell soon on 55 as it helped them post 130 on the board. The Brave Women picked up six wickets in total.
96b E Gray to F Kemp
6 SIXXX!!!!! Freya Kemp finishes things in style. The Rose Bowl crowd erupts as the Southern Brave Women knock out the defending champions out of the competition. This was a length delivery outside off, Kemp shuffles across the stumps and hoicks it over the leaping deep mid wicket fielder for a maximum. With this, the Southern Brave Women beat the Oval Invincibles Women by seven wickets.
The Southern Brave Women require 5 runs from 5 balls.

Eva Gray has been handed the responsibility of bowling the last set.
19th Five
Southern Brave Women
Freya Kemp
Georgia Adams
Paige Scholfield
1-25(20 b)
95b P Scholfield to G Adams
1 Fifty up for Georgia Adams. What a knock this has been. Gets to the landmark by dragging the length delivery towards long on for a single. Her maiden fifty in this year's competition and raises her bat to acknowledge the applause from the crowd.
94b P Scholfield to G Adams
2 A yorker-length delivery on the stumps, Adams nudges it with soft hands in the mid wicket region and scampers back for the second. 6 from 6 now.
93b P Scholfield to F Kemp
1 Fuller delivery outside off, Kemp drives it to Bates at extra covers and hurries down the other end. Scholfield fails to collect the throw cleanly and allows Kemp to get home.
92b P Scholfield to F Kemp
4 FOUR!!!! Fuller delivery outside off, Kemp gets underneath this one and drives it uppishly through covers. de Klerk from long off runs hard to her right but fails to get there in time. 9 from 8 now.
91b P Scholfield to F Kemp
2 Length delivery outside off, Kemp drags it wide of long on and comes back for the second.
91b P Scholfield to F Kemp
WD Scholfield from round the wicket bowls a slower delivery way outside the tramline in the off side and wide signaled by the umpire.
Equation: The Southern Brave Women require 16 runs from 10 balls.
18th Five
Southern Brave Women
Georgia Adams
Freya Kemp
Nadine de Klerk
1-20(15 b)
90b Klerk to F Kemp
1 Fuller delivery on the stumps and Kemp looks to scoop it over the keeper but miscues it and falls well short of the short third man fielder.
89b Klerk to G Adams
1 A wide yorker from de Klerk and Adams squeezes it to short third man for a quick run.
88b Klerk to G Adams
4 Back-to-back boundaries for Adams. A slower delivery on leg and Adams heaves it into the leg side. Capsey from deep square leg runs to her left and dives and gets both hands to it but misfields it to let it go to the fence.