Match Details

BHW vs MLSW 47th Match, WBBL 2023

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BHW
141-720.0
Melbourne Stars Women won by 15 runs 🏆
MLSW
20.0156-5
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18th Over:
0
0
0
1
W
2
 
= 3
Last Over:
1
2
2
1lb
W
2
 
= 8
This Over:
2
1
W
1
1
1
 
= 6
BHWBHW - 2nd Innings
SessionOpenPASS
6 Over 4645
10 Over 7369
15 Over 111107
MLSWMLSW - 1st Innings
SessionOpenPASS
6 Over 4055
10 Over 7977
15 Over 119107
20 Over 156156

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Sophie Day | Player of the Match: "I think I tried to have a look at the previous years and what the other left armers were doing. Worked a lot during the off season and tried to put a few things together but also we have a fantastic team together who back me."
11.09 AM IST, 04.39 PM Local Time: That's it......Melbourne Stars Women dominate with both bat and ball, securing a resounding 15-runs win against Brisbane Heat Women. 

Earlier, winning the toss, Melbourne Stars Women chose to bat, and Dunkley's explosive start led them to 41/0 by the end of the powerplay. Dunkley's impressive 37 off 24 balls set the tone, but a run-out dismissed Bouchier at 41. Sutherland's brisk 37 off 21 balls played a crucial role as the Stars reached a competitive total of 156 runs in 20 overs.

The bowling efforts of Amelia Kerr stood out, claiming 2 wickets for 21 runs in her initial 4 overs, while Hancock also contributed with a couple of wickets. 

Chasing a target of 157, Brisbane Heat Women had a strong start with openers Grace Harris and Georgia Redmayne putting up 36 runs in the initial 4 overs. The duo extended the partnership to 37 before Harris departed at 15.

Amelia Kerr joined Redmayne, adding 33 runs for the second wicket. Redmayne's innings concluded at 32. Mignon du Preez and Kerr contributed in the middle overs, but skipper Sutherland's crucial wicket of Kerr at 36 disrupted their momentum.

They finished at 141/7 in 20 overs, falling short by 15 runs. Sophie Day impressed with 3 wickets, and skipper Sutherland claimed a couple for Melbourne Stars.

Stick around for the post-match presentation… 

OVER 20
Brisbane Heat Women
141/7
Nicola Hancock
1(1)
Mikayla Hinkley
4(4)
Sasha Moloney
0-19(4.0)
19.6 S Moloney to M Hinkley
1 That's it! Melbourne Stars seal victory! Length delivery, outside the off stump, slaps it to long off for a single.
19.5 S Moloney to N Hancock
1 Length delivery, on the off stump, reverse paddle to short third for a single.
19.4 S Moloney to M Hinkley
1 Full length delivery, on the stumps, miscues it to silly point to sneak in a single.
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New batsman on crease
Career

Nicola Hancock

28 yrs

Best

40

  • MATCHES51
  • RUNS139
  • SR133.00
  • AVG15.00
Hancock walks in at no. 9!
19.3 S Moloney to M Hinkley
W WICKET! RUN-OUT! Length delivery, on the off stump, Hinkley smashes it back to the bowler and Voll is way out of her crease at the bowler's end. Moloney collects and wastes no time to take the bails off and send her back to the dugout!
19.2 S Moloney to G Voll
1 Low full toss, on the stumps, driven down the ground for a single.
19.1 S Moloney to G Voll
2 Over the wicket, full length delivery, on the stumps, swats it away to deep mid-wicket to scamper back for a couple of runs.
Sasha Moloney with the last over. 22 runs needed off last over.
OVER 19
Brisbane Heat Women
135/6
Mikayla Hinkley
2(1)
Georgia Voll
6(4)
Annabel Sutherland
2-33(4.0)
18.6 A Sutherland to M Hinkley
2 Good length delivery, on the stumps, backs away and drives it through mid-off to pick up a couple of runs.
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New batsman on crease
Career
  • MATCHES28
  • RUNS204
  • SR95.00
  • AVG13.00
Mikayla Hinkley comes in at number 8.