Sport WBBL champs remain perfect with derby win

11:36  10 december  2017
11:36  10 december  2017 Source:   MSN

Thunder post record WBBL score

  Thunder post record WBBL score Sydney Thunder have posted a record WBBL score of 6-200 in the first innings of the season against Melbourne Renegades at North Sydney Oval.After being sent in, Thunder blasted 6-200 against Melbourne Renegades at North Sydney, recovering from 4-41 after seven overs.

Reigning champions Sydney Sixers completed an impressive opening weekend to their Women’s Big Bash League ( WBBL ) title defence with an imperious six-wicket derby win over Sydney Thunder. The platform set by Alyssa Healy’s rapid-fire 49 helped the Sixers to victory with eight balls remaining , as

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Ashleigh Gardner of the Sixers hits the ball during the Women's Big Bash League cricket match between the Sydney Sixers and the Sydney Thunder.© AAP Image Ashleigh Gardner of the Sixers hits the ball during the Women's Big Bash League cricket match between the Sydney Sixers and the Sydney Thunder.

Reigning champions Sydney Sixers completed an impressive opening weekend to their WBBL title defence with an imperious six wicket derby win over Sydney Thunder built around a rapid-fire innings of 49 from Alyssa Healy.

The platform set by Healy helped the Sixers to victory with eight balls remaining as they reached 4-146.

The Australian wicketkeeper and Sixers opener swung the bat lustily before being caught on the boundary to end a 27-ball knock.

Sydney Sixers star Ellyse Perry rushes to check after six hits young fan in the head

  Sydney Sixers star Ellyse Perry rushes to check after six hits young fan in the head Superstar cricketer Ellyse Perry rushed from the pitch on Saturday evening to check if a young boy who was hit in the head by one of her shots was OK. Perry, playing for the Sydney Sixers against the Melbourne Stars at North Sydney Oval, smashed one of the last deliveries of the innings down the ground to the left of the side screen, but unusually, quickly ran after her shot.As her batting partner Dane van Niekerk and some of the Stars fielders began to follow Perry to the fence, it became clear a fan had been hit with the ball.

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Ashleigh Gardner followed her record-breaking 114 on Saturday with a pivotal 47 off 35 balls to help the Sixes home in front of a 4,812 attendance at a carnival-like North Sydney Oval.

The Sixers opened on Saturday with a massive 86-run win over Melbourne Stars.

Ellyse Perry of the Sixers hits the ball during the Women's Big Bash League cricket match between the Sydney Sixers and the Sydney Thunder.© AAP Image Ellyse Perry of the Sixers hits the ball during the Women's Big Bash League cricket match between the Sydney Sixers and the Sydney Thunder.

Local rivals Sydney Thunder provided stiffer opposition on Sunday and posted 6-142 built around a composed 58 from captain Alex Blackwell.

However, wickets fell at regular intervals for the Thunder stymieing any likelihood of reprising a team record 6-200 set in their opener win on Saturday.

Sixers' captain Ellyse Perry failed with the bat when she was run out for 12, but the champion allrounder shone with the ball taking 2-15, including the key wickets of Rachael Haynes (17) and Harmanpreet Kaur (29).

Van Niekerk, Perry star as Sixers rebound .
WBBL champions Sydney Sixers proved their hefty midweek defeat was a mere stumble by routing Hobart Hurricanes in a one-sided contest.Sixers captain Ellyse Perry starred with the bat scoring a sparkling 65 off 49 deliveries, while Dane van Niekerk backed that up by collecting a stunning hat-trick for the reigning champions.

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