The 36th Match of the Womens Big Bash League 2022 was played today between Perth Scorchers Women vs Brisbane Heat Women, at Lilac Hill Park, Perth. In which Brisbane Heat Women defeated Perth Scorchers Women by 33 runs.
Perth Scorchers Women won the toss and invited Brisbane Heat Women to bat first, Brisbane Heat Women batted first, and started the inning very well, Georgia Redmayne scored 28 runs in 27 balls, Grace Harris 25 runs in 20 balls, Danielle Wyatt 23 runs in 24 balls, Georgia Voll dismissed just for 9 runs, Amelia Kerr 9 runs, Laura Harris 11 runs, Charli Knott 8 runs, Pooja Vastrakar dismissed without scoring, Nicola Hancock remains unbeaten for 4 runs and Jess Jonassen played an unbeaten inning of 22 runs in 16 balls. In this way, Brisbane Heat Women scored 153 runs after losing 7 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and set a target of 154 runs in front of Perth Scorchers Women.
Perth Scorchers Women's bowler Alana King took 2 wickets just for 24 runs, Marizanne Kapp 2 wickets just for 25 runs, Piepa Cleary and Sophie Devine got 1-1 wicket.
Perth Scorchers Women chasing the target of 154 runs in the second inning, they could manage just 120 runs after losing 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs. Perth Scorchers Women started the inning very badly, Maddy Green played a very brilliant half-century inning of 58 runs with the help of 1 six and 1 boundary in 53 balls, Mathilda Carmichael scored 17 runs in 18 balls, apart from this no batsman could play well and stay in the crease, Chloe Piparo dismissed just for 7 runs, Amy Louise Edgar 7 runs, Beth Mooney 8 runs, Marizanne Kapp 5 runs, Sophie Devine 2 runs, Alana King 2 runs, Lilly Mills remains unbeaten for 1 run, and Piepa Cleary remains unbeaten without playing a ball, in this way continuously wickets failed one after another and end of the result they could manage just 120 runs after losing 8 wickets in the stipulated 20 overs and lost the match by 33 runs.
Brisbane Heat Women's bowler Nicola Hancock performed very brilliant bowling and took 3 wickets just for 26 runs, Amelia Kerr took 2 wickets just for 16 runs, and Courtney Sippel and Charli Knott got 1-1 wicket.
Brisbane Heat Women's bowler Amelia Kerr was selected as the best player of the match, she performed very brilliantly bowling took 2 wickets just for 16 runs in her spell.