Match Details

DCW vs GGW 10th Match, WPL 2024

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Delhi Capitals Women won by 25 runs 🏆
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18th Over:
= 7
Last Over:
= 7
This Over:
= 7

Player of the Match

Jess Jonassen
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Jess Jonassen Jersy
10 (10)7 (7)0 0 0 0 100.00 100.00
P'ship : 15(13)
Last Wkt :   Tarannum Pathan 9(11)
BowlerS Pandey
1-284.0 7.00
GGWGGW - 2nd Innings
6 Over 4641
10 Over 7072
15 Over 110108
DCWDCW - 1st Innings
6 Over 4551
10 Over 8376
15 Over 115130
20 Over 177163


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Inn 2
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Jess Jonassen (Player of the Match): "Fortunately, I bowl against them a lot while in the Australian nets. It felt good to come out on top. Our bowling attack did a good job. Even Radha bowled well and we did a fine job. I feel actually lucky to be standing up here.

Meg knows me pretty well. She knows I love the ball in hand and I’m just trying to step up. In the last 18 months, it wasn’t quite coming out of the hand well but I’m happy with the way it is coming out now.

You get good value for your shots here. Along the ground or in the air. As a bowler, you have to find the perfect pace. Tonight, the quicker you bowled, it skidded on. So, had to bowl a bit slower tonight.”
Player of the Match: Jess Jonassen
Meg Lanning (Delhi Capitals Women Skipper): "We felt about 20 short after the position we got into. But we did well to get wickets in the powerplay and put Gujarat under the pump.

I was a bit frustrated in the first 30 runs. I would have loved to strike better. But once I got settled and the match-ups worked, it was good to get going. We lost a few wickets but nice to finish on that score.

Titas bowled beautifully in her debut game. Shikha also bowled well and when it's swinging, it helps our bowlers.

You just have to keep winning in this competition. There are quality sides in the tournament and you just have to bring your best foot forward every time you take the field.

It's a quick turnaround. But it's good sometimes as you don't have to think much about the game. Mumbai are a quality side and can't wait to face them."
Sintex Sixes of the Match: Meg Lanning
Electric Striker of the Match: Annabel Sutherland
Radha Yadav (Purple Cap Holder): “We had to bowl into the pitch on this wicket. That’s what me and JJ did tonight because the ball was holding a bit on the surface. We know the wicket wasn’t good. So, we were confident of defending this total. I just want the same crowd in Delhi as it is here. It has been a crazy crowd here. They support every player and it’s great for the women’s cricket.
Beth Mooney (Gujarat Giants Women Skipper): “Yeah, obviously, it’s disappointing. We would have loved to get on board tonight but it’s disappointing. I think we got closer tonight.

Our bowling this tournament has been good to be fair. Second or third game, we bowled well while defending the total. But our fielding has let us down. We saw how the Delhi fielded tonight and we haven’t been at our best.

You want to get off to a good start. I think Delhi bowled well at the start. We haven’t been good enough. I haven’t been good enough. Score runs more and especially from the skipper would help.”
10:41 PM IST, Local Time: That’s it. The Delhi Capitals Women finish the Bengaluru-leg on a winning note. They register their third consecutive win by beating the Gujarat Giants Women by 25 runs. With this, the Capitals Women also go to the top of the points table. The Giants Women, meanwhile, remain winless in the WPL 2024 as they suffer their fourth straight loss and fail to get off the mark in the competition.

Chasing 164, the Giants Women lost Laura Wolvaardt on a three-ball duck in the very first over. Beth Mooney and Phoebe Litchfield looked good at the crease but fell on 12 and 15 respectively in a single over as the Giants Women were reduced to 41/3 at the end of the powerplay. Veda Krishnamurthy looked good before falling on 12.

Ashleigh Gardner stood tall against the Capitals Women and played some lovely strokes. She kept her side in the chase and scored a 31-ball 40 before getting stumped in the 15th over. It was too much to do for the lower-order batters as the Giants Women finished their innings on 138/8 to lose the game by 25 runs. Jess Jonassen and Radha Yadav picked up three wickets each for the DC Women as it helped them defend the total successfully.

Earlier, the Delhi Capitals Women lost in-form Shafali Verma (13) early in the innings. Skipper Meg Lanning along with Alice Capsey led the recovery work. Both put 38 between them before the latter fell on 17-ball 27. Lanning held the innings nicely from one end and brought up a well-compiled fifty. She fell on 53 and it allowed the Giants Women to pull back things.

The Delhi Capitals Women kept losing wickets at regular intervals. Annabel Sutherland (20) and Jess Jonassen (11) got starts but failed to convert them into big scores. They lost their way a bit at the back end of the innings. They managed to score only 33 runs in the last five overs as they finished their innings on 163/8. Meghna Singh registered figures of 4/37 in her four overs for the Giants Women. The batters then faltered and lost the game by 25 runs.

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Gujarat Giants Women
Sayali Satghare
Meghna Singh
Shikha Pandey
19.6 S Pandey to M Singh
1 An off-cutter on leg and Singh helps it on its way to deep backward square leg for a run. With this, the Delhi Capitals Women beat the Gujarat Giants Women by 25 runs.
19.6 S Pandey to M Singh
WD Full from Shikha but way down leg and has to reload that one. Wide signaled by the umpire.