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Sport Healy, Perry in world-record WBBL spree

09:16  03 november  2019
09:16  03 november  2019 Source:

Alyssa Healy signs fresh extenstion to remain in Sixers colours

  Alyssa Healy signs fresh extenstion to remain in Sixers colours The Sixers star said she never entertained going elsewhere as she recommitted to the WBBL franchise in what has been a productive week.It has been a productive week for the 29-year-old, who managed to take out the championship at Sydney’s Long Reef Golf Club before flying to Perth for a pair of WBBL matches at the WACA Ground over the weekend.

A year out from the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia, Southern Stars wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy has set a new world record for the highest catch of a cricket ball.

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Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry have smashed a record partnership for any major women's domestic Twenty20 competition as their Sydney Sixers belted the Melbourne Stars by 45 runs in the WBBL.

  Healy, Perry in world-record WBBL spree © AAP Image/Richard Wainwright Healy (106 not out off 53 balls) and Perry (87 not out off 68) were in another stratosphere, taking the Sixers to 0-199 in their innings at the WACA on Sunday.

The Stars were never in the hunt, posting 6-154 in reply.

Healy's ton was the third in her WBBL career and comprised 13 fours and four sixes.

She was on 90 heading into the last over before crunching Nicola Hancock for four off-side boundaries to sail past the milestone.

Perry edges Sixers to WBBL win v Renegades

  Perry edges Sixers to WBBL win v Renegades Ellyse Perry guided her team to a four-wicket victory with ball to spare in a challenging run chase.Set a tricky 120 for victory, openers Perry and Alyssa Healy were dropped early on in consecutive balls.

WBBL : 10 overs: Sixers 83-0 v Stars ( Perry 41, Healy 38) The first update from the WBBL is to tell you what you already know, that Ellyse Perry and Alyssa Healy are terrifyingly good at cricket. The Sixers openers have taken the Stars apart in the early stages at the WACA ground and both are set for huge

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"It was good fun out there today," Healy said.

"Pez (Perry) batted beautifully and I'm grateful that she gave me the opportunity to get a ton.

"I'm enjoying my cricket at the moment. I'm fairly relaxed and in a really enjoyable space at the moment. Hopefully that can continue."

At the other end, Perry celebrated her 29th birthday in fine style by playing the ultimate complementary innings, stroking 12 boundaries.

The gun all-rounder now has 279 runs at an extraordinary average of 139.50 this season and has lifted her career WBBL average well past 50.

Perry and Healy's 199-run stand smashed the previous record in women's domestic T20s of 161 unbroken, set by Rachel Priest and Heather Knight for Western Storm against Yorkshire Diamonds in the 2017 English Super League

The previous Big Bash record was 156, jointly set in 2015-16 by Mignon du Preez and Meg Lanning for the Stars and by Beth Mooney and Grace Harris for the Brisbane Heat.

Stars captain Elyse Villani (59) and Saturday's century-maker Lizelle Lee (25) set a cracking early pace in reply to the Healy-Perry show and Katey Martin (31) batted nicely but the target always looked out of reach.

Sarah Aley (2-18) was the best of the Sixers' bowlers.

Sixers hammer Hurricanes in WBBL romp .
Sydney Sixers stars Ellyse Perry and Erin Burns combined to make short work of the struggling Hurricanes in a lopsided WBBL clash in Launceston.After Ellyse Perry crunched an unbeaten 70 to propel the Sixers to an imposing 2-172 from their 20 overs at Launceston's Invermay Park on Wednesday, the Hurricanes were skittled for 133 in 18 overs.

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