Amanda Wellington was the star with the ball as her figures (20 balls, 14 dots, 14 runs and 4 wickets) guaranteed London Spirit couldn’t bat out their full standard of 100 balls. Southern Brave pursued down 93 off 92 balls with seven wickets close by to go on top of the table.
Tammy Beaumont was the solitary warrior for Spirit as she made 34 off 45 while all hitters enrolled single-digit scores. Fi Morris too had her influence in Brave’s mastery as she stowed two wickets from her 20 balls and parted with only 17 runs.
Deepti Sharma likewise had a decent excursion with the ball – representing Smriti Mandhana from the get-go in the innings, and later Sophia Dunkley. Yet, Brave didn’t veer off course in the pursuit as Stafanie Taylor and Maia Bouchier cut down the condition to 23 off the last 30 balls. Both remained till the end, with Taylor unbeaten on 29 while Bouchier struck 15 off 11 to take the group to their fourth back to back success.