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Ellyse Perry's unbeaten 70, backed up by Erin Burn's all-round effort, helped Sydney Sixers register a comfortable 39-run win over Hobart Hurricanes, Cricket Tips on Wednesday (November 13), in Launceston.
Put in to bat, Alyssa Healy and Perry helped the Sixers to another strong start, with the duo putting on 72 runs for the opening wicket, in only 8.2 overs. Healy, who was the more aggressive of the two, had already carted Nicola Carey for two boundaries and as many sixes in the fifth over. However, it was Carey who eventually had the better of the 'keeper batsman, castling her on 39.
Perry, however, continued her charge in company of Ashleigh Gardner and then Burns, stitching handy partnerships of 51 and 49 with the two respectively en route her 56-ball 70.
In response, Hurricanes struggled to get going courtesy Marizanne Kapp's double strike which had left them reeling at 29 for 3 by the fourth over. Fran Wilson and Corinne Hall resurrected the chase with a 63-run partnership, but with the pressure of required rate mounting Hurricanes struggled to keep the chase on once the duo departed. Today Match Prediction Burns chipped in with three late wickets to bundle them out for 133, with two overs to spare.
With this result, Sixers moved to the second spot on the points table, with an additional game in hand while Hurricanes continued to languish at the seventh spot.
Brief Scores: Sydney Sixers Women 172/2 in 20 overs (Ellyse Perry 70*, Alyssa Healy 39; Heather Knight 1-30, Nicola Carey 1-52) beat Hobart Hurricanes Woman 133 in 18 overs (Corinne Hall 31, Fran Wilson 29; Erin Burns 3-5, Marizanne Kapp 2-18) by 39 runs.
Melbourne Stars vs Brisbane Heat, Melbourne
Half centuries by Beth Mooney and Maddy Green helped Brisbane Heat cruise to the 166-run target with 9 wickets in hand and move to the top of the points table.
Put in to bat first, Melbourne Stars were rocked early with both the openers falling cheaply. However, Mignon du Preez steadied the innings in company of Annabel Sutherland, putting on a 102-run stand for the third wicket and later added quick runs towards the end with Erin Osbourne. du Preez remained unbeaten on 88 in a 51-ball knock which included 11 boundaries and 2 sixes. Delissa Kimmince was the most successful of the Heat bowlers, returning figures of 3 for 27 as Stars managed 165 for 4.
In response, Heat got off to a strong start courtesy Mooney and Green, who put on 92 runs for the opening wicket. Green raced away to a 33-ball 56 before falling to Madeline Penna in the 11th over. However, that was the only success of the day for Stars as Jess Jonassen and Mooney completed the chase without any further stutter. Betting Tips They added 76 runs in only 8.4 overs to help heat bag their sixth win of the season, with three balls to spare.
Brief Scores: Melbourne Stars 165/4 in 20 overs (Mignon du Preez 88, Annabel Sutherland 38; Delissa Kimmince 3-27, Sammy-Jo Johnson 1-23) lost to Brisbane Heat 168/1 in 19.3 overs (Beth Mooney 70*, Maddy Green 56; Madeline Penna 1-34) by 9 wickets.
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