To defend champions Southern vipers prevailed in a low-scoring affair against Thunder to maintain top position in the Rachael Heyhoe Flint Trophy table.
Adders were defeated by South East Stars in last Charlotte Edwards Cup of the Week final, but they responded to their T20 disappointment by in to grab up An hard-fluid three-wicket win at Sales CC.
Thunder were indebted to a great round display from England international Kate Cross, who made a spicy 57 and registered numbers of 2-34 out of her ten overs, though it wasn’t enough.
Thunder vs Vipers Scorecard
The hosts were in unrest on 59-6, with Tara Norris (4-14), Paige Scholfield (3-16) and Lauren Bell (2-33) caused the damage.
Crotch’ half-century kept Thunder’s slim hopes alive, but Emma Lamb (17) – who made her England debut in the first T20 against New Zealand – was the only other player Register double figures.
Thunder were finally bowled out for 110 within 33 overs, though Vipers plodded at 68-5, after Cross accounted for their captain Georgia Adams and England team-partner Georgia Elwiss.
Ella McCaughan (41) scored the highest score until she was caught lbw by Alex Hartley (2-28), for Emily Windsor’s unbeaten 26 guided vipers home with more over 16 overs over.
Hollie Armitage and Linsey Smith produced beautiful displays to inspire Northern Diamonds to an extensive seven-wicket success against Western thunderstorm.
storm were left to mourn an extraordinary middle-class collapse as they slid from 109-2 to 112-6, despite impressive cameos from Fi Morris (30) and Alex Griffiths (36).
Storm skipper Sophie Luff (65) top scorer with a stylish one half-century, sharing a seventh-wicket scaffolding of 61 next to Chloe Skelton (30), although the visitors were turned away for 183 na left-arm spinner Smith produced career-best figures of 5-34.
England opener Lauren Winfield-Hill (16) succumbed to Georgia Hennessy in the sixth over of diamonds’ reply, but one second-wicket scaffolding of 61 between Armitage and Sterre Kalis (32) put the hosts in total check.
diamonds vs Storm Scorecard
Steph Hutchins (2-27) was the pick of Storm’s attack, but Armitage (68 no) anchored the innings, and a unbeaten partnership of 54 with Bess Heath (32) made a sparkling display of diamonds, who residence second in the table.
Central sparks remain two points adrift of top place, politeness of an emphatic win over sunrises, who are still looking for their first win of the competition.
The game used to be reduced up to 42 overs per side rather follow rain in the day, but a nice knock of 69 from Cordelia Griffith helped Sunrisers post a respectable 204-7 in Northwood.
Lissy MacLeod (46) and Griffith led the hosts to 144-1 at one stage, but their momentum was stopped by a flurry of wickets in the final phase, with Ria Fackrell (3-30) and Sparks’ skipper Evelyn Jones (2-31) at the wickets.
In reply, Jones (31) and Marie Kelly (58) launched the visitor response with a great opening position worth 84, while Kelly continued her good form with an enterprising one half-century.
Gwen Davies also made 50 to bring Sparks to the eve of victory, and a unbeaten 22 by Thea Brookes saw them packing up win in the 38th over, dominate by six wickets via the DLS method.
sunrises vs Sparks Scorecard
Fresh off winning the Charlotte Edwards Cup last weekend, South East Stars came out on top met 28 runs in an entertaining affair against Lightning at Beckenham.
Bryony Smith (84 off 73) and 17-year-old Alice Capsey (78 off 73) continue their fertile form with the bat, for a quick-fire innings by Kalea Moore (39 off 35) helped the stars post a formidable 293-9 from their 50 overs.
Yvonne Graves (3-43), Kirstie Gordon (2-37) and captain Kathryn Bryce (2-50) were among the wickets for Lightning, who posted their highest total of the competition in reply.
Stars vs Lightning Scorecard
Bryce (87) produced a super innings before you are run out just 13 runs short of her century, while her sister Sarah (45 off 37) set the tone with a devastating blow.
Abi Freeborn (24) and Gordon (24) also offered spicy resistance for the visitors, but they were bowled out for 265 with four balls of their innings left, like them remain fifth in the table.
Stars’ skipper Smith padded off a great all-round display with figures of 3-46 of her ten overs, while Capsey, Alice Davidson-Richards and Phoebe Franklin chose up two wickets saved individually as Stars up the pressure on the pursuit suit.
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