Sport: Mooney smashes ton as Heat beat Thunder - PressFrom - Australia
  •   
  •   

SportMooney smashes ton as Heat beat Thunder

19:20  12 january  2019
19:20  12 january  2019 Source:   msn.com

Heat far too good for Strikers in WBBL

Heat far too good for Strikers in WBBL The Brisbane Heat are breathing down the necks of the two Sydney teams on the WBBL points table after easily account for the Adelaide Strikers in Mackay.

PK Thunder (PKサンダー, PK Thunder ) is the up special move for Ness and Lucas. The move creates a stream of lightning consisting of two parts; a circular “head” which is controlled by the player using the control stick or d-pad, and a “tail” which follows behind.

Wyn$ ton . Victorious [Fire Emblem Edition] (Trap Remix) | Wynston X Arcade Ace - Продолжительность: 4:07 Wyn$ ton 16 882 просмотра.

Mooney smashes ton as Heat beat Thunder© AAP Image/Marc McCormack Brisbane Heat star batter Beth Mooney on her way to scoring 102 off 55 balls with Sydney Thunder keeper Rachel Priest who eventually stumped her during the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL) match between the Brisbane Heat and the Sydney Thunder at Cazaly's Stadium in Cairns, Saturday, January 12, 2019.

Southern Stars opener Beth Mooney has blasted her maiden WBBL century to help guide the Brisbane Heat to a tense three-wicket victory over the Sydney Thunder in Cairns.

The Heat keeper smashed 14 fours and a six in her stunning 102 off 55 balls before Laura Harris hit the winning boundary with three deliveries left as the Heat chased down the Thunder's impressive 7-171 at Cazaly's Stadium and jumped to second spot on the ladder.

Thunder, Stars share spoils in WBBL clash

Thunder, Stars share spoils in WBBL clash A golden opportunity has slipped past the Sydney Thunder as hail and rain wrecked their charge against the Melbourne Stars

Super Smash Super Smash . Brisbane Heat WomenBrisbane Heat WomenBH-W. Sydney Thunder Women , elected to bat first. Player Of The Match.

Usman Khawaja proves he is fit and firing ahead of the Boxing Day Test with a superb ton as the Sydney Thunder beat the Melbourne Stars by one run at the MCG.

Grace Harris's quickfire 13 at the top and a pair of 15s to captain Kirby Short and Jess Jonassen were the closest anyone got to the dominant Mooney, who was the difference between the two sides.

But when Mooney, who had gone 12 innings without a half century since hitting 63 not out in the Heat's season opener, was stumped off Harmanpreet Kaur (2-23) in the 17th over, the Thunder suddenly looked to have the upper hand.

But a poor 19th over from Kaur which went for 13, including a no-ball, meant the Heat required six off the last over and Harris didn't hold back driving Nicola Carey down the ground to raise victory.

Earlier, the Thunder's Ashes-winning captain Rachael Haynes stroked 57 and West Indian Stafanie Taylor bludgeoned 43 off 23 balls to put the visitors in a strong position.

Renegades too hot for Heat in WBBL

Renegades too hot for Heat in WBBL Sophie Molineux was patient with the bat and Leah Tahuhu slick with the ball as the Renegades made it four on the trot in Mackay

Heatbeat 's brand new album 'Global Monster' is OUT NOW! Sometimes you need to know when to say "enough is enough". Heatbeat apparently never learned this valuable skill, as their productions routinely go right up to the edge, then cross it without ever looking back.

Giancarlo Navas Retweeted Miami Heat Beat // #JustiseBetter.

Opener Rachel Priest set an aggressive tone by thumping 21 off just nine balls and skipper Alex Blackwell hit 28 off 23 before being stumped after overbalancing during a reverse sweep.

Haynes and Taylor put on 62 before both fell to Sammy-Jo Johnson (2-37).Delissa Kimmince (2-23) and Grace Harris (2-25) also impressed with the ball before Mooney dazzled everyone with the bat.

Heat beat Thunder with final ball catch in WBBL semi-final thriller.
Brisbane overcame Sydney Thunder when Haidee Birkett took a brilliant catch on the boundary to save the six needed for the opposite result at Drummoyne Oval.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks

Topical videos:

usr: 0
This is interesting!