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Women's Big Bash League 2022 Match 17

Women's Big Bash League 2022 Match 17 by 11ic

In the 17th Women's Big Bash League 2022, It has been announced that Adelaide Strikers Women will play Melbourne Renegades Women. The Adelaide Strikers will face the Melbourne Renegades in this all-important match. Only one game has been won by Adelaide Strikers in the three games they have played.

The only win was against the Sydney Sixers. As they batted first, the Strikers were dealt early blows as Deandra Dottin and Katie Mack perished. From 61-2 to 83-6, Laura Wolvaardt and Tahlia McGrath steadied the ship. As the duo of Madeline Penna and Tegan McPharlin worked together to ensure they posted a fighting total, no further hiccups were encountered. As the Strikers defended that target, they had to make early strikes, which they did just now. Darcie Brown was outstanding, getting rid of Alyssa Healy and Ellyse Perry back-to-back, delaying the Sixers' chase. Around the eighth over, McGrath and Barsby sent two of their prolific batter's home with twin strikes during the powerplay.

With Sixers reeling, they had Erin Burns who took charge of the run chase, Strikers kept taking the wickets, but Burns was not giving up at the other end. With 20 runs needed in the last over, burns clobbered Barsby for two maximums, sending chills down the Strikers' dugout, but Barsby held her nerve and picked up two wickets in the last two balls to win the game. Last game for the Melbourne Renegades was against Brisbane Heat. After opting to bowl first, the Renegades started off well, but let the Heat off the hook later. Sarah Coyte and Shabnim Ismail both bowled well, along with Shabnim Ismail.

At 15-3, the Renegades were struggling to chase a stiff target, and they lost their three prime batters inside the powerplay. It took Courtney Webb and Josephine Dooley some time to get them out of the trouble, but once again they lost wickets at regular intervals and eventually lost the game by 26 runs.

With 8 wickets in hand and three overs to spare, the Strikers restricted them to 101 with the ball. He scored a half century with a couple of sixes and stayed on till the end to make sure there were no hiccups in the chase. She struggled with the pace a little, but she persevered and reached fifty with her innings. Dottin started with Mack and Woolvardt, but they got out to Coyte's spin and couldn't stay. To finish off Dottin's innings, Mcgrath came on. As the only two wickets that fell during the innings, Sarah Coyte bowled well and snared both of them. Despite dropping a few catches in the process, they still had a low total to beat. Renegades will be disappointed with their performance, but they learned a lot from this match.

Melbourne Renegades Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women

Adelaide Strikers Women won by 8 wickets

Melbourne Stars Women - Olivia Henry, Sophie Day, Nicole Faltum, Kim Garth, Tess Flintoff, Alice Capsey, Sasha Moloney, Rhys McKenna, Sophie Reid, Jemimah Rodrigues, Lucy Cripps, Annabel Sutherland, Hasrat Gill, Lauren Winfield-Hill.

Adelaide Strikers Women - Laura Wolvaardt, Meagan Dixon, Katie Mack., Ella Wilson, Tegan McPharlin, Bridget Patterson, Jemma Barsby, Deandra Dottin, Annie O’Neil, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Tahlia McGrath, Megan Schutt, Darcie Brown, Anesu Mushangwe, Maddie Penna.

Match 17 of Women's Big Bash League 2022 happened at the WACA Ground Stadium in East Perth, Australia.

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