Women’s Big Bash League: Sydney Thunder defeated Melbourne Stars to win the title

  • women’s Big bash league (WBBL) has won the title by beating the Sydney Stars by seven wickets.

    In the final, the Melbourne Stars scored a modest score of just 86/9 in the first game, which was won by Sydney Thunder losing three wickets in the 14th over.

    This is the second title of the Sydney Thunder, before that in the debut season, the team has won the trophy.

    Let’s know how the final match was.

  • Match report

    This was the final match

  • Batting first, the Melbourne Stars batsmen lost their wickets at regular intervals. He scored 89/9 thanks to an unbeaten 22 from Catherine Brunt.

    On the other hand, six bowlers from the Thunder took wickets. Meanwhile Sammy Johnson took two wickets for 11 runs.

    In response to the small goal, Heather Knight (26 *) and captain Rachel Hynes (21 *) from the Thunder easily won the team.

  • Such was the journey of both teams to the finals

    Such was the journey of both teams to the finals
  • Earlier, Melbourne Stars took first place in the table by taking 19 points from the first 14 matches. Sydney Thunder, on the other hand, finished third.

    In the semi-finals, the Stars defeated the Perth Scorchers by seven wickets, while the Thunder defeated the Brisbane Heat by four wickets.

    Where the Stars first made it to the Big Bash League title match, on the other hand, it was the second match of the Sydney Thunder.

  • Their best performance in the league

  • Johnson (22 wickets) was the highest wicket taker for Sydney Thunder in WBBL 2020. Her teammate Hannah Darlington (19) finished second.

    Meg Lenning (493) became the second highest run-scorer of the Melbourne Stars this season. On the other hand, Knight scored the most runs for the Thunder this season (446). She became the fourth highest run-scorer batsman this season.

  • Some other league records

  • Phoebe Leachfield of Sydney Thunder caught the most catches this season (13).

    This season, Sophie Devine (18) of Perth Scorchers made the most sixes. Sydney Sixers’ Alyssa Healy (15) was second on the list.

    The Sydney Thunder scored the highest team score (190/6) against the Adelaide Strikers this season.

    Brisbane Heat’s Laura Kimmins (205.81) was the highest strike rate player this time.

  • Twitter post

    Sydney Thunder became the winner



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