WBBL : Grace Harris stars as Brisbane Heat reclaim second spot

Brisbane Heat recovered the second spot in the focuses table with an agreeable eight-wicket triumph over Sydney Sixers, riding on the rear of in-structure Grace Harris’ third fifty of the period as they redesignd a 160-run focus with nine balls to save.

Sixers selected to bat first at the Karen rolton Oval yet a strangely sluggish beginning by openers Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry implied they had a ton of making up for lost time to do following 33 for 1 in the powerplay. Debris Gardener acted the hero with a bellicose unbeaten 86, off only 52 conveyances. She hit about six limits and five sixes to help Sixes loot 87 in the last eight overs to get the ball really rolling, in organization of Nicole Bolton who herself crushed 38 not out off 24. Be that as it may, their bold exertion could just take Sixers to 159/2 from their assigned overs.

Hotness scarcely started to perspire in awe-inspiring the objective. The stage was laid by Harris, who hit a 39-ball 54, and Georgia Redmayne as the openers raised 50 years remain in the powerplay itself before the last option was runout on 27 by Gardner.

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Harris proceeded to finish her fifty, however fell before long, on the main bundle of the thirteenth over when Sixers were by and large 60 away. In any case, Georgia Voll and Laura Kimmince guaranteed the pursuit was well on target. Voll, in her unbeaten 48, observed the holes upwards of multiple times including bringing the triumphant runs, while Kimmince struck two sixes in her 15-ball 23 as Heat finished the pursuit with eight wickets and nine balls close by.

Brief scores: Sydney Sixers 159/2 in 20 overs (Ash Gardner 86*, Nicole Bolton 38*) lost to Brisbane Heat 162/2 in 18.3 overs (Grace Harris 54, Georgia Voll 48*; Radha Yadav 1-33) by 8 wickets

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