WPL 2023: Delhi beat Warriorz to succeed in the ultimate; Mumbai thrash Bangalore in Tuesday’s double-header


The final league match day within the Ladies’s Premier League (WPL) 2023 noticed an thrilling double-header the place Mumbai Indians (MI) defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) within the afternoon fixture whereas Delhi Capitals (DC) acquired the higher of UP Warriorz within the night sport.

Mumbai selected to bowl first after successful the toss, which proved to be a superb determination as they managed to limit RCB to a complete of 125/9 of their allotted 20 overs. Richa Ghosh and Ellyse Perry have been the highest scorers for the group, every contributing 29 runs. Amelia Kerr being the choose of the bowlers for MI with figures of three/22. Nat Sciver-Brunt additionally chipped in with 2 wickets for twenty-four runs in her quota of 4 overs.

In response, MI acquired off to a stable begin with their openers Yastika Bhatia and Hailye Matthews placing on a 53-run partnership. After their dismissal, Amelia, who shined with the ball, performed a vital knock of 31 not out off 27 balls, together with 4 fours, to steer her group to victory. For Bangalore, Kanika Ahuja completed with figures of two/5 in a single over.

Within the night fixture, the Capitals comprehensively defeated the Warriorz to go instantly into the finals of WPL 2023. Bowling first, DC restricted UP at 138/6, with Alice Capsey bagging three wickets for 26 in her quota of 4 overs. Radha Yadav additionally bagged a few scalps for 28 runs in 4 overs.

Tahlia McGrath was the star performer for the Warriorz with an unbeaten 58 off simply 32 balls, together with 8 fours and a pair of sixes. Captain Alyssa Healy additionally made a helpful contribution of 36 runs off 34 balls with 4 fours and 1 six.

In reply, the Capitals have been as soon as once more off to a flyer because of their star opening pair of skipper Meg Lanning and explosive batter Shafali Verma. The duo added 56 runs and saved the run-rate on prime. Capsey, who sizzled with the ball, then took over and took the group over the end line along with her 31-ball 34, that includes 4 fours and a six.


Supply: WomenCricket.com



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