Melbourne Renegades register a five-wicket victory over Hobart Hurricanes

Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes
Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes :
An aggregate knocking down some pins execution helped Melbourne Renegades enlist a five-wicket triumph over Hobart Hurricanes at the Simonds Stadium in Geelong on Thursday (January 3).Pursuing 116, the Renegades achieved the objective in 18.1 overs for their fifth win in 10 matches. They are at present set fifth on the table with 11 while the Hurricanes, who endured their ninth misfortune in 11 matches, turned into the main group to be thumped out of the 2018-19 Women’s Big Bash League.


Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes

Regardless of the early wicket of Erin Fazackerley, Smriti Mandhana helped the Hurricanes off to an unfaltering begin after they picked to bat. Notwithstanding, Sophie Molineux represented the Indian player which set off a noteworthy fall as the Hurricanes had lost a large portion of their side when the tenth over was finished.

The parade of wickets did not stop even as Corinne Hall struggled from one end in her offer to enable the Hurricanes to achieve a good score. At 83 for 8 in the sixteenth over, the Hurricanes were in risk of being knocked down some pins out even before achieving the 100-run stamp. Yet, Meg Phillips stuck around with Hall till the finish of the innings, with the last scoring an unbeaten 37 off 30 which gave their bowlers something to play with.


Melbourne Renegades vs Hobart Hurricanes

Molineux showed up in a rush to achieve the objective as she scored three fours and a six off Rhiann O’Donnell in the opening over before the bowler had the last snicker. A valuable organization between Amy Satterthwaite and Danielle Wyatt helped keep the bowlers under control for some time before Sasha Moloney struck twice.

At 52 for 3 in the seventh over, the Renegades were in a spot of trouble, with the Hurricanes attempting to drive their way once again into the diversion. Be that as it may, Satterthwaite brought all her experience into play, adopting a deliberate strategy to help the Renegades nearer. Claire Koski gave strong help from the opposite end in a 35-run fourth-wicket stand. Albeit both fell one after another, the absence of keeps running on the board cost the Hurricanes, with Courtney Webb and Emma Inglis finishing the customs.

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