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Sport Perth's last-ball WBBL win over Strikers

09:10  09 november  2019
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Melbourne Stars scorch Perth on the back of Lee ton

  Melbourne Stars scorch Perth on the back of Lee ton Lizelle Lee has launched the Melbourne Stars to a first victory of the WBBL season with 103 not out in a 20-run win against the Perth Scorchers at the WACA. Batting first, the Stars’ 3-155 was their largest total this campaign. It was anchored by a 59-run opening stand between Lee and skipper Elyse Villani and a 40-run partnership for the second wicket between Lee and Mignon Du Preez.© Getty Images Elyse Villani celebrates. Lee, with her second career WBBL century, held the innings together on Saturday and ensured a tough run chase.

Perth bowl Adelaide out for 112. In WBBL , Strikers made to work hard in their chase, winning with one ball to spare. With six required off the last over bowled by offspinner Emma King, Bates tied the scores by notching a pair of twos and a single before Bridget Patterson was bowled, leaving one to

From bottom last year to a legitimate chance of winning it all this time around. Piepa Cleary of Perth Scorchers reacts after being run out during the Women’ s Big Bash League match against 1st over : Adelaide Strikers 7-1 (Bates 7, Devine 0) Earlier, Bates helped herself to a boundary first ball when

Perth have survived a massive scare to defeat the Adelaide Strikers by two runs in a last-ball cliffhanger at Karen Rolton Oval.

  Perth's last-ball WBBL win over Strikers © AAP Image/Richard Wainwright Bridget Patterson, who played the knock of her life to drag the Strikers out of the mire, needed four to win on Saturday afternoon off the final ball from Heather Graham to haul in the Scorchers' 3-173.

But Patterson, who had crunched six fours and three sixes in her sizzling 60 from 32 balls, couldn't quite find the rope one last time.

Her hoick found Chloe Piparo in the deep and Patterson was run out attempting her second run.

Patterson earlier combined with Sophie Devine (58) for a 75-run partnership to give the Strikers a sniff despite an escalating asking rate.

Strikers stretch lead in WBBL, douse Heat

  Strikers stretch lead in WBBL, douse Heat Suzie Bates and Bridget Patterson have led the Adelaide Strikers to a comfortable eight-wicket win over the Brisbane Heat in the WBBL.Chasing 139 for victory on Saturday night, Heat pace bowler Sammy Jo-Johnson picked up the big scalp of Sophie Devine (1) early before a second wicket partnership of 41 between skipper Suzie Bates and allrounder Tahlia McGrath set the game up initially for the Strikers.

Stand-in skipper Erin Osborne was the star as the Melbourne Stars sealed a vital win over the Adelaide Strikers .

Over -by- over from the match at Traeger Park, Alice Springs. Perth Scorchers poses for a team photo before their Women’ s Big Bash League match against Adelaide Strikers in Alice Springs. First, Adelaide Strikers . I backed them to win the whole thing last season and they came last .

She seized control after Devine was bowled around her legs by Nat Sciver, only to fall agonisingly short of boosting her side back to the top of the table.

The Scorchers' victory was set up by a commanding 141-run opening stand between Amy Jones (80) and Australian captain Meg Lanning (64).

After a quiet powerplay, the pair savaged the Strikers' attack before both fell to sharp catches.

Player-of-the-match Jones whacked two sixes in her 58-ball dig before Sciver (17 off seven, including two sixes) fired late to give the Strikers an imposing total to chase.

Heat too hot for Scorchers in WBBL .
WBBL's top run-scorer Beth Mooney and leading wicket-taker Jess Jonassen continued their brilliant form as Brisbane Heat cruised past Perth Scorchers in Sydney. Jonassen starred with bat (32no) and ball (4-23) while Mooney (60no) continued her magical run at the top of the order to steer the ladder-leading Heat past the Scorchers' modest 8-112 with 23 deliveries to spare on Sunday.

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