Surrey Stars vs Loughborough Lightning, Womens Cricket Super League, 2017 13th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction Live Score Cricinfo cricbuzz Yahoo Cricket Live Score Ball BY Ball Live Commentary which can held on Aug 26, 2017, Saturday at Kennington Oval, London and the match begins at 2.30PM there local time..
Last match scores-Loughborough Lightning 140 for 5 (Perry 78*) beat Lancashire Thunder 90 (Langston 3-14) by 50 runs……..
Last match scores–Surrey Stars 169 for 6 (Lee 72, Kapp 48, Nicholas 3-20) beat Western Storm 117 (Sciver 3-11, Hartley 3-28) by 52 runs……….
Ellyse Perry produced a Player of the Match performance to keep Loughborough’s slim finals hopes alive after defeating Lancashire Thunder by 51 runs on Sunday. Having misplaced their first three games of the Super League 2017,
Perry’s unbeaten 78 from 57 balls with the bat and 2-9 with the ball helped the Lightning break their duck and keep alive within the competition.
Surrey Stars vs Loughborough Lightning, Womens Cricket Super League, 2017 13th Match Ball By Ball Today Match Prediction
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Australian star Ellyse Perry hit an unbeaten 78 and took two wickets to take Loughborough Lightning to their first Kia Super League win of 2017 with an emphatic 50-run victory over Lancashire Thunder.
It keeps alive the Lightning’s hopes of making Finals Day on September 1. It was a 3rd successive defeat for the Thunder and eliminates them from the competitors after another collapse when chasing left them effectively in need of the required 141-run target.
Their chase got off to a foul begin, as Perry removed each opener Emma Lamb and the key wicket of England star Sarah Taylor, each for simply 4 runs in her first two overs.
A blistering innings of 72 from 44 balls from South African opener Lizelle Lee arrange Surrey Stars’ fourth win in 4 games of the 2017 Kia Super League, and secured their place in Finals Day at Hove on September 1,
.Lee hit seven fours and 6 big sixes against Western Storm, which helped guide Surrey to a formidable total of 169 for 6 from their 20 overs in front of a crowd of round 1,000 on the Kia Oval.
That did not perturb Lee, who proceeded to placed on 103 for the second wicket with fellow South African Marizanne Kapp. Lee lap-swept and cut powerfully before being dropped on 31 at midwicket off the bowling of Stafanie Taylor, who she then swept for 2 sixes.