Match 32 – Sydney Sixers Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women at Hurstville Oval, Sydney

Match 32 – Sydney Sixers Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women at Hurstville Oval, Sydney

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Playing XI of Sydney Sixers – Alyssa Healy (wk)Ellyse Perry (c)Sara McGlashanMarizanne KappDane van NiekerkLauren CheatleAshleigh GardnerLauren SmithErin BurnsHayley Silver-holmesTahlia Wilson

Playing XI of Adelaide Strikers – Sarah CoyteMegan SchuttDanielle HazellSuzie Bates (c)Sophie DevineTahlia McGrathAmanda WellingtonBridget PattersonTegan McPharlin (wk)Alex PriceTabatha Saville

Toss – Won by Adelaide Strikers Women and elected to bowl first

1st Innings Summary – Put into bat first, wicketkeeper batter Alyssa Healy and Sydney Sixers’ skipper Ellyse Perry put up a 150-run stand for the first wicket and displayed one of the finest partnerships of Women’s T20 cricket. The entire bowling attack of Adelaide Strikers were being hit for big shots every now and then and it was only in the 17th over that Perry got run out by her counterpart Suzie Bates. Next to come was Ashleigh Gardner, who struck three 4s and three 6s in her 15-balls innings and remained not out till the end.

2nd Innings Summary – Chasing a mammoth total of 206 runs, Captain Suzie Bates, Tahlia McGrath and Sarah Coyte played well and made valuable contributions but surrendered to the duo of Lauren Cheatle and Lauren Smith. Ellysy Perry used eight bowlers (including herself), thus make the bowling unpredictable which eventually made it difficult for the batters settle down. As a result of this, Adelaide Strikers’ entire team was bowled out for 132 runs in 19.1 overs.

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Player of the matchAlyssa Healy for an unforgettable centurion innings of 112* of just 69 balls including seventeen 4s and two 6s

Brief scorecard:

Sydney Sixers Women – 206/1 (20 overs)

Adelaide Strikers Women – 132/10 (19.1 overs)

Result – Sydney Sixers Women won by 74 runs

Kanika Parineeta

‘Gully’ cricket player and close observer of Indian Cricket team and it’s matches. Straight forward and still socially admirable personality. Strong belief in teamwork and possess high leadership skills.

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