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Sport Renegades thump Hurricanes in WBBL

07:55  10 november  2019
07:55  10 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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.

A classy all-round performance from Hurricanes star Amy Satterthwaite saw scores all level after two innings, forcing a Super Over in Bendigo.

The Hurricanes are on the board at last for WBBL |03 after a vastly improved performance with bat and ball against the Renegades .

The Melbourne Renegades have walloped Hobart by eight wickets to sweep their St Kilda weekend WBBL double-header.

Danni Wyatt and Jess Duffin of the Renegades celebrate after winning the WBBL Cricket match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Hobart Hurricanes© AAP Image/Scott Barbour Danni Wyatt and Jess Duffin of the Renegades celebrate after winning the WBBL Cricket match between the Melbourne Renegades and the Hobart Hurricanes After prevailing on Saturday in a last-ball thriller, the Renegades did it with far more ease on Sunday at CitiPower Centre, cruising past the Hurricanes modest 8-108 with 26 deliveries to spare.

Marquee English pair Danni Wyatt (45 not out) and Tammy Beaumont (37) masterminded a cakewalk of a run chase, combining effortlessly for 72 runs for the second wicket.

Sydney Thunder go top of WBBL ladder

  Sydney Thunder go top of WBBL ladder Sydney Thunder have made light work of a middling Hobart Hurricanes total of 148 to jump to the top of the WBBL table. The veteran New Zealand opener thumped the Hurricanes attack to all corners of Burnie's West Park Oval to make short work of the target of 149, hauled in with 11 deliveries to spare.

Hobart Hurricanes ' score of 4-133 proved to be just out of the Renegades reach despite a classy half century from Kirs Britt in Bendigo.

The Hurricanes ' strong start was wasted after a batting collapse saw them bowled out for 100, with the Renegades cruising to a 10-wicket win.

Belinda Vakarewa (2-16) was the only Hobart bowler to impress, snaring a brilliant return chance off Sophie Molineux early and dismissing the dangerous Beaumont, albeit after the result was already in the bag.

The big win was set up by the Renegades' bowlers who, led by Molly Strano (3-19), Maitlan Brown (2-19) and Molineux (2-24), applied the screws by breaking through regularly.

Strano reduced the visitors to 2-8 in the second over and, despite some fight shown by England captain Heather Knight (20), the 'Canes never really recovered as their winless stretch extended to six matches.

Smith ban for WBBL mishap too hefty: ACA .
Australian Cricketers' Association chief Alistair Nicholson believes WBBL player Emily Smith's ban for a social media mishap is too severe. Australian Cricketers' Association chief executive Alistair Nicholson has criticised the severity of the ban handed to WBBL player Emily Smith.Cricket Australia imposed a one-year ban on the Hobart Hurricanes wicketkeeper, with nine months suspended, for posting a team line-up on Instagram about an hour before its official release. require(["inlineoutstreamAd", "c.

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