Danni Wyatt would score 53 before taking 2 wickets and a catch for Southern Brave in their game against Welsh Fire yesterday while we also look at Tuesday’s games between Manchester Originals and the London Spirit.
Manchester Originals vs London Spirit (Women)
Manchester Originals would win the toss and elect to bat first.
Lizelle Lee would be LBW to Deepti Sharma without scoring before Emma Lamb would be run out by Naomi Dattani for 39. Cordelia Griffith would LBW to Heather Knight for a golden duck before Mignon du Preez would be caught by Danielle Gibson off the bowling of Sharma for 31.
Ellie Threlkeld would be the final wicket to fall, run out off the final ball of the innings by Gibson, for 12 with Sophie Ecclestone finishing 32 not out.
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Tammy Beaumont would be caught behind by Threlkeld off the bowling of Kate Cross for a golden duck before Dattani would be caught & bowled by Alex Hartley for 11. Deandra Dottin would be caught by Natalie Brown off the bowling of Cross for 28 before Knight would be the second c&b for Hartley for 35.
Gibson would be the final wicket to fall, LBW to Hartley, for 7 with Sharma and Charlotte Dean finishing 34 and 12 not out respectively.
Manchester Originals vs London Spirit (Men)
London Spirit won the toss and elected to bat first.
Luis Reece would be bowled by Tom Hartley for a golden duck before Josh Inglis would be caught by Fred Klaassen off the bowling of Matt Parkinson for 19. Adam Rossington would be caught by Parkinson off the bowling of Hartley for 46 off 29 balls before Joe Cracknell would be bowled, becoming Hartley’s third dismissal of the innings, for 15.
Ravi Bopara would be caught by Calvin Harrison off the bowling of Parkinson for 14 before Mohammad Nabi would be the last wicket to fall, bowled by Lockie Ferguson for 6 – Eoin Morgan (22) and Roelof van der Merwe (11) the not out batsmen.
Joe Clarke would be caught by Mason Crane off the bowling of Nabi for a golden duck before Colin Munro would be caught by Bopara off the same bowler for 6. Phil Salt would be bowled by Brad Wheal for 14 before Tom Lammonby would be caught by Wheal off the bowling of Crane for 27.
Colin Ackermann would be caught by Inglis off the bowling of Wheal for 53 before Brathwaite would be caught by Cracknell off the bowling of Blake Cullen for 30. Harrison would be bowled by Wheal for 1 before Hartley would be run out by Cullen for 1. Klaassen would be the final wicket to fall, hit wicket off Wheal’s bowling, for a golden duck – Ferguson finishing 1 not out.
Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire (Women)
Birmingham Phoenix would win the toss and elect to field first.
Danni Wyatt and Smriti Mandhana would put on 107 for the first wicket before the former would be caught by Piepa Cleary off the bowling of Nicole Harvey for 53 off 34 balls before the latter would be caught by Georgia Hennessy off the bowling of Hayley Matthews for 78. Stafanie Taylor would be the last out, LBW to Matthews, for a golden duck with Sophia Dunkley and Maia Bouchier finishing 23 and 5 not out respectively.
Matthews would be caught by Wyatt off the bowling of Amanda-Jade Wellington for 18 before Bryony Smith would be caught by Mandhana off the bowling of Wyatt for 33. Sarah Taylor would be stumped by Carla Rudd off the bowling of Taylor for 4 before Sophie Luff would be the final wicket to fall, caught by Mandhana off the bowling of Fi Morris, for 30 – Georgia Redmayne and Alice Macleod finishing 35 and 1 not out respectively.
Southern Brave vs Welsh Fire (Men)
Southern Brave won the toss and elected to field first.
David Lloyd would be caught by James Vince off the bowling of Danny Briggs for 6 before Tom Banton would be caught by Alex Davies off the bowling of Jake Lintott for 36 off 20 balls. Ian Cockbain would be caught by Colin de Grandhomme for 26 before Ben Duckett would be bowled by Briggs for 7.
Leus du Plooy would be the final man to fall, caught by Vince off the bowling of Chris Jordan for 30 with Glenn Phillips and Jimmy Neesham finishing on 30 and 1 not out respectively.
Paul Stirling would be caught by Phillips off the bowling of Luke Fletcher for 18 off 7 balls before Vince would be the other wicket to fall, caught by Cockbain off the bowling of Qais Ahmad, for 53 off 39 balls – Quinton de Kock (57 off 32 balls) and Davies (18) seeing the hosts home with 13 balls to spare.
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