Ecclestone’s Warriorz beat Sciver-Brunt’s Indians-ZoomTech News

UP Warriorz opener Kiran Navgire smashed six fours and 4 sixes in her 57
Ladies’s Premier League, Bengaluru:
Mumbai Indians 161-6 (20 overs): Matthews 55 (47), Yastika 26 (22)
UP Warriorz 163-3 (16.3 overs): Navgire 57 (31), Harris 38 (17); Wong 2-30
UP Warriorz received by seven wickets
Scorecard. Group table

Sophie Ecclestone defeated England team-mate Nat Sciver-Brunt as UP Warriorz hammered Mumbai Indians on the Ladies’s Premier League in Bengaluru.

Warriorz earned their first win of the season by chasing beforehand unbeaten Mumbai’s 161-6 with 21 balls to spare.

Kiran Navgire made 57 from 31 balls to present Warriorz a flying begin, earlier than England’s Issy Wong took two wickets in an over to revive Mumbai.

However Grace Harris, with 38 not out, and Deepti Sharma’s unbeaten 27 sealed it.

It provides Warriorz victory from their third match of the marketing campaign and places them two factors behind Mumbai, the defending champions staying second within the desk after lacking the prospect to go high.

Sciver-Brunt was captaining Mumbai as a result of common skipper Harmanpreet Kaur was dominated out with an harm.

West Indian Matthews overturned being given caught behind on six, then might have been caught on 4 different events earlier than reaching 50 from 44 balls.

Matthews added 50 with Yastika Bhatia and 42 with Sciver-Brunt, who was run out for 19. Left-arm spinner Ecclestone claimed the wicket of Pooja Vastrakar, whereas Wong hit her first ball for six in an unbeaten 15.

Navgire ignited the chase, smashing 4 sixes as she added 94 in solely 9 overs with captain Alyssa Healy.

However after Navgire was stumped off the leg-spin of Amelia Kerr, Wong breathed life into the competition.

Taking part in for the primary time this season due to an harm to Shabnim Ismail, tempo bowler Wong had Tahlia McGrath lbw on overview then received Healy to cut to brief third.

Skilled worldwide pair Harris and Deepti took the sting from the scenario, sharing an unbroken partnership of 65 to finish victory by seven wickets.

It means Warriorz and England coach Jon Lewis defeated former England skipper Charlotte Edwards, who’s accountable for Mumbai.

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