Adelaide Strikers put on a clinical act with both bat and ball to get a simple success over Hobart Hurricanes on Saturday (November 13). The 48-run win saves them in the chase after a season finisher spot in the current year’s WBBL. Tropical storms at first made the ideal beginning subsequent to selecting to bowl as Tayla Vlaeminck penetrated Katie Mack’s safeguard however the South African pair of Laura Wolvaardt and Dane van Niekerk steadied the innings with a 49-run stand which was then trailed by one more pivotal remain of 39.
Be that as it may, Strikers needed an amazing completion to post a generous absolute which was given by Bridget Patterson. She united with Tahlia McGrath after Van Niekerk’s excusal as the two hitters added 54 runs off only 35 balls. The solid completion was then trailed by a great beginning to the second innings as Darcie Brown figured out how to eliminate both the Hurricanes openers.
Mignon du Preez combined for some time yet the second she was excused by McGrath, Hurricanes imploded. Nicola Carey and Richa Ghosh were excused off progressive conveyances and therefore, the Hurricanes lost a large portion of their side by the 10th over. They never recuperated from that breakdown and were ultimately bowled out for an irrelevant 94 to capitulate to their eighth loss of the period – the most for any group this season.
Brief scores: Adelaide Strikers Women 142/4 in 20 overs (Dane van Niekerk 44, Tahlia McGrath 38*; Molly Strano 2-23) beat Hobart Hurricanes Women 94 in 18.2 overs (Mignon du Preez 21; Darcie Brown 3-19, Amanda Wellington 2-15) by 48 runs