WORLD NEWS – AU – Perry stars but hurricanes have hit the Sixers


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The Sydney Sixers campaign faced a hurdle mid-season after bowlers fell victim to another Kiwi attack to drop to third in a row defeat on Saturday.

Elise Perry led the way to the Sixers with half a century unbeaten but not enough of her teammates against Hobart Hurricanes.

With Perry unable to spot her best with the ball after returning from injury, the Sixers’ attack is decisive against the higher-level hitters..

Last week, New Zealand captain Sophie Devine shot down the world record. First hit Beth Mooney, the women in purple this time couldn’t stop Rachel Priest, who did not defeat 92 of the 63 balls, which prompted her team to win nine wickets..

The Tasmanian side lacked a killer instinct when the Sixers came under pressure last week but this time they were in control, winning 11 balls to cut the ball. .

Priest was well supported by West Indies importing Hayley Matthews, with the pair sharing a position 127 times in the second wicket.

The Priest broke the stage with Perry’s handover of 72 of 68 deliveries, and while some may criticize the Australian star’s record-breaking rate, she has at least played her role at the top as the team anchor.

The Sixers need Alyssa Healy and Ash Gardner to show the look they regularly show at the highest level.

After hitting her belt in WBBL06 after the World Cup Dominant, Healy was sent off for only seven – she failed to clear midfield with a temporary drive for Brooke Hepburn’s speed. This was the kind of shot Hailey, who, at the average age of 21, would have little trouble sending her to the rope at the top of her game..

« Flying through the air without conviction. Michael Slater, former test star Michael Slater, said in a comment to Seven, if you were flying in the air this way, it could go under it but it had to go hard – a missile over the top. .

« It was like » I’m not quite there, I’m gonna stop it « . It’s okay to be a strong player in the air when the day comes, but you can put yourself into a struggle a lot if you don’t stick to your shot.. That is exactly what happened there.

Encouraged 15-year-old Amy Smith to perform her part in beating national duo Ash Gardner and Irene Burns. . Leigh’s petite grip was a feature of her performance but she was a full throw ball and she dragged it down leading to breakthroughs..

Burns’ removal of 28 of the 18 balls came at a major turning point as she was threatening to leave her mark on the match..

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Hobart Hurricanes Women, Ellyse Perry, Sydney Sixers (WBBL), Hayley Matthews, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, Sarah Aley, Belinda Vakarewa, Rachelest

World News – AU – Perry stars but the Sixers were blown away by hurricanes
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