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Brisbane Heat Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women, Eliminator Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women, Eliminator 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000 Adelaide Strikers Women won by 8 wkts Cricinfo Commentary updated on 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000 BRHW - 114/8 (20) ADSW - 118/2 (16.3) Cricinfo Commentary updated on 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000 CRR:  7.15 Player of the Match Amanda Wellington Scorecard Refresh Commentary That's all from this game. Just a couple more left in the season and tomorrow it is another big one - Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers. The winner will take on Perth Scorchers in the final. Do join us for those games. For now, goodbye and take care.. Amanda Wellington | Player of the Match: I couldn't thank my fielders enough. Unbelievable performance tonight. I felt really confident. The batters were stuck in the crease, so I was able to toss the ball up and get it to turn. One down, two to go. The girls have had an unbelievable season. Momentum has been incredible and it's crucial in this tournament. 21:30 Local Time, 11:00 GMT, 16:30 IST: Adelaide Strikers cruise into the Challenger. They hardly broke a sweat chasing this target. Dane van Niekerk went early but Katie Mack dropped anchor, she steadied the innings first with Laura Wolvaardt and then added an unbeaten 71-run partnership with skipper Tahlia McGrath to seal the game. But Brisbane made some baffling decisions. Amanda Wellington was the chief wrecker with her leg-breaks but Brisbane were reluctant to use their spinners. Jess Jonassen, who is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, bowled just one over in the first 10 overs and Poonam Yadav was brought on when the batters were well set. Yes, they were well short of a challenging total but they could have fought harder with the ball. 16.3 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, FOUR , Adelaide win by 8 wickets. Mack gets to her fifty with that boundary and her skipper embraces her in a hug. Fraction short and Mack was waiting on the backfoot, pumps it flat over mid-on and this time the ball does not slow down 16.2 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, 2 runs, fuller and around off, Mack lofts it over mid-on and the ball stops as it nears the boundary rope, allowing the fielder to catch up and save a couple 16.2 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, wide , straying down leg and Mack has no chance connecting with the glance, good take by Redmayne 16.1 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, 2 runs, Mack wanted to finish it in style but does not the distance. She heaves the length delivery to cow corner and the ball is stopped by a fine effort by Harris, covers good ground and dives full length to make the stop Nicola Hancock [3.0-1-20-1] is back into the attack ADSW: 109-2 after 16 overs 15.6 Courtney Sippel to Katie Mack, 1 run, moves across and sweeps it to deep mid-wicket 15.5 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fullish delivery and McGrath slices it to sweeper cover, just a single 15.4 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, no run, back of a length and McGrath defends it towards point 15.3 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR , short and around off, McGrath makes room and flays with hard hands, the outside edge flies away fine and to the vacant third man region 15.2 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, full and outside off, McGrath drives it past the diving extra cover fielder and scampers back for the second 15.1 Courtney Sippel to Katie Mack, 1 run, low full toss and Mack drives it down to long-on Courtney Grace Sippel [2.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack ADSW: 100-2 after 15 overs 14.6 Jonassen to Katie Mack, 1 run, comes down the track, takes it on the full and drives it back to Jonassen, who fumbles and concedes the single 14.5 Jonassen to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, flatter and at the stumps, McGrath punches to extra cover and a half stop allows the single to be taken 14.4 Jonassen to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, once more on the shorter side and McGrath cracks it through the packed off-side field, two more and that brings up the 50-run partnership 14.3 Jonassen to Katie Mack, 1 run, jumps out of the crease, converts it into a fullish delivery and drives to long-on 14.2 Jonassen to Katie Mack, no run, slower and drifting in, Mack defends it down the wicket Load More Commentary

Brisbane Heat Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women, Eliminator

Cricbuzz, Mobilecric or Vcricket livescore Brisbane Heat Women vs Adelaide Strikers Women, Eliminator 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000

Adelaide Strikers Women won by 8 wkts

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000

BRHW - 114/8 (20)
ADSW - 118/2 (16.3)

Cricinfo Commentary updated on 01 Wednesday December 2021 221436000000
CRR:  7.15

Player of the Match

Commentary

That's all from this game. Just a couple more left in the season and tomorrow it is another big one - Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers. The winner will take on Perth Scorchers in the final. Do join us for those games. For now, goodbye and take care..

Amanda Wellington | Player of the Match: I couldn't thank my fielders enough. Unbelievable performance tonight. I felt really confident. The batters were stuck in the crease, so I was able to toss the ball up and get it to turn. One down, two to go. The girls have had an unbelievable season. Momentum has been incredible and it's crucial in this tournament.

21:30 Local Time, 11:00 GMT, 16:30 IST: Adelaide Strikers cruise into the Challenger. They hardly broke a sweat chasing this target. Dane van Niekerk went early but Katie Mack dropped anchor, she steadied the innings first with Laura Wolvaardt and then added an unbeaten 71-run partnership with skipper Tahlia McGrath to seal the game. But Brisbane made some baffling decisions. Amanda Wellington was the chief wrecker with her leg-breaks but Brisbane were reluctant to use their spinners. Jess Jonassen, who is the leading wicket-taker in the tournament, bowled just one over in the first 10 overs and Poonam Yadav was brought on when the batters were well set. Yes, they were well short of a challenging total but they could have fought harder with the ball.

16.3 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, FOUR, Adelaide win by 8 wickets. Mack gets to her fifty with that boundary and her skipper embraces her in a hug. Fraction short and Mack was waiting on the backfoot, pumps it flat over mid-on and this time the ball does not slow down

16.2 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, 2 runs, fuller and around off, Mack lofts it over mid-on and the ball stops as it nears the boundary rope, allowing the fielder to catch up and save a couple

16.2 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, wide, straying down leg and Mack has no chance connecting with the glance, good take by Redmayne

16.1 Nicola Hancock to Katie Mack, 2 runs, Mack wanted to finish it in style but does not the distance. She heaves the length delivery to cow corner and the ball is stopped by a fine effort by Harris, covers good ground and dives full length to make the stop

Nicola Hancock [3.0-1-20-1] is back into the attack

ADSW: 109-2 after 16 overs

15.6 Courtney Sippel to Katie Mack, 1 run, moves across and sweeps it to deep mid-wicket

15.5 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, fullish delivery and McGrath slices it to sweeper cover, just a single

15.4 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, no run, back of a length and McGrath defends it towards point

15.3 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, FOUR, short and around off, McGrath makes room and flays with hard hands, the outside edge flies away fine and to the vacant third man region

15.2 Courtney Sippel to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, full and outside off, McGrath drives it past the diving extra cover fielder and scampers back for the second

15.1 Courtney Sippel to Katie Mack, 1 run, low full toss and Mack drives it down to long-on

Courtney Grace Sippel [2.0-0-19-0] is back into the attack

ADSW: 100-2 after 15 overs

14.6 Jonassen to Katie Mack, 1 run, comes down the track, takes it on the full and drives it back to Jonassen, who fumbles and concedes the single

14.5 Jonassen to Tahlia McGrath, 1 run, flatter and at the stumps, McGrath punches to extra cover and a half stop allows the single to be taken

14.4 Jonassen to Tahlia McGrath, 2 runs, once more on the shorter side and McGrath cracks it through the packed off-side field, two more and that brings up the 50-run partnership

14.3 Jonassen to Katie Mack, 1 run, jumps out of the crease, converts it into a fullish delivery and drives to long-on

14.2 Jonassen to Katie Mack, no run, slower and drifting in, Mack defends it down the wicket