After Half-centuries of beauty from Sophia Dunkley (65) Harleen Deol (67) propelled Gujarat Giants After batting first, they scored a strong 201 runs to reach 7. Their bowlers did a good job and kept RCB at 190 runs for 6.
RCB Opener New Zealand batter Sophie Devine The lone player in the chase was largely a pitcher, hitting a good 66 from 45 balls with eight sixes and two fours.
Towards The end. Heather Knight RCB had a glimmer at hope when they scored 30 runs on 11 balls. However, the challenge of scoring 33 runs in the final two overs and 24 on the final over proved too difficult. Bangalore side.
RCB’s star batter, and captain Smriti Mandhana Failed once more, falling for 18 Ellyse Perry (3) also failed to score big despite starting and forming an important partnership of 43 runs with (32). Devine The second wicket.
After RCB conceded more than 200 runs in its third match in the WPL. Gujarat Giants When Devine We chose to go aggressive. Mandhana In the powerplay, he was the second fiddle.
The right-handed New Zealand Battling Kim Garth For a few fours in the third-over, and got three boundaries Annabel Sutherland In the fifth.The The duration of a partnership was 5.1. Mandhana Devine Adding 54 runs when the first breakthrough was made by Ashleigh Gardner, who caught the RCB captain at mid-on Mansi Joshi.
In The 10th over Gujarat Captain Sneh Rana It was a brutal blow to the hands that she received from a strong back stroke. Perry. Rana The over was completed after the initial treatment, but the patient left the field shortly thereafter.
Perry Devine The ship was steady, but there were no boundaries which led to increasing pressure. The right-handed Perry Cracked two fours Joshi in the 12th Over, but hit one straight-to-short third man fielder. He had made 32 from 25 balls and five fours total.
It It was only after the 14th over that RCB scored their first six. Devine Clearing the ropes against Tanuja Kanwar To break the chains, RCB required another 85 overs from the six previous runs at a rate of 14.
With From the five last overs, 77 are required. Gardner Another blow for RCB. Cleaning up the hard-hitting Richa Ghosh For 10.
Earlier, Beth Mooney remained on the field as Sneh Rana The toss was won and the batsman is elected to bat for Gujarat Giants.
England’s Dunkley Deol Both made significant contributions. The former played an aggressive pitch to give a strong start and the latter consolidated the innings with several other batters.
Dunkley At a strike rate 232.1, she struck her runs and scored 11 fours as well as three sixes in a race for 65. Deol Top-scored with 67 runs from only 45 balls. She hit nine fours and one six during her time in the middle.
Dunkley The fastest fifty WPL results were also achieved so far.
Deol Participated in two stands of fifty plus that set the foundation for a large total. An opposition team recorded a total of over 200 in the second match against RCB at The. Brabourne Stadium here.
DeolThe third-ranked WPL run-scorer (113 runs) was Judith, who also had two crucial lifelines late in her innings.
Dunkley After a slow start, she unleashed her power and was able to unleash it. Renuka Singh A beautiful six-pointed seven over the cover.
The England A special liking was shown to batter by this particular person BoseUsing nine fours and two sixes, he hit the RCB spinner for four boundaries in the fifth over. This gave him 23 runs.
The Right-handed batter continued her assault with sixes and fours. Shreyanka Patil To bring up her 50-run standing with Deol Only 26 balls PatilHowever, they had Dunkley Hit one straight to Heather Knight She will be gone for a long time.
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