CM – WBBL: Smriti Mandhana plays in Sydney Thunder win, disappointing day for Shafali Verma

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India’s runner-up captain Mandhana slammed a 39-ball 45 and helped defending champions Sydney Thunder beat the Sydney Sixers by six wickets in the WBBL.

India runner-up Smriti Mandhana slammed a 39-ball-45 on Sunday to turn defending champions Sydney Thunder into a six-wicket win over the Sydney Sixers in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL). (Other cricket news)

Mandhana, who opened the innings for India, slammed six fours into the top score for her team. She sewed a profitable 53-run partnership with Corinne Hall (19). The stylish Southpaw was unlucky to miss a well-deserved half a century as she was in the 15th.

Mandhana’s compatriot all-rounder Deepti Sharma remained unbeaten at 4 when she won the winning runs in Thunders’ successful run against the Sixers with 28 balls ahead of her End met. India’s left arm spinner Radha Yadav was injured while diving to save near the border and so didn’t bow.

The Sixers took a shot and got off to a shaky start with both openers within the first six overs fell. India’s Shafali Verma (8 of 14) had a disappointing day when the youngster went out of the race thanks to a direct hit from India’s teammate Deepti Sharma, while her opening partner Star Australia wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy (7 of 16) fell to English quickness Issy Wong .

Skipper Ellyse Perry then worked with Nicole Bolton, 19, to run 40, while Angela Reakes, 16, made valuable contributions when the Sixers hit 94 for six in their 20 overs.

Deepti rolled cast an economic spell and registered numbers of 0/19 in her four overs, but she became wicketless. The all-rounder played a decisive role in the dismissal of the dangerous opening duo Shafali and Healy.

While she was causing Shafali’s run-out, Deepti also caught Healy in successive overs in the square leg in front of Wong.

In another match he had veteran Indian spinner Poonam Yadav made a decent run with the ball. She gave up 19 runs in 3.2 overs while being hit for a limit when her team Brisbane Heat lost to Adelaide Strikers by eight wickets.

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