Perth Scorchers 134 for 0 (Devine 70, Mooney 47) beat Melbourne Renegades 133 for 5 (Wareham 57*) via 10 wickets
Perth Scorchers stars Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney piled more pain at the struggling Melbourne Renegades to influence their side to a ten-wicket WBBL thumping.
Devine and Mooney smashed Renegades’ bowlers to all elements of the Junction Oval in Melbourne on Saturday to convey up Scorchers’ sixth win of the season with 52 balls to spare.
New Zealand captain Devine smashed eight sixes in her unbeaten 70 from 36 balls to completely flatten Renegades. Australia ace Mooney’s 47 not out from 32 balls changed into fairly tame in evaluation to Devine’s fireworks.Devine took a liking to Sarah Coyte, with the Renegades bowler going for 40 from her two overs consisting of 4 sixes.
It was the third hundred stand within the final 4 matches for Devine and Mooney following their 131 partnership against Brisbane warmness and 105 towards inside the preceding meeting with Renegades.
Scorchers’ massive hitting came after Australia spinner Georgia Wareham smashed a career-first-rate fifty seven not out to help the Renegades attain 133 for five.
The hosts struggled to get going after captain Hayley Matthews departed for a gradual eight from 15 balls. Renegades’ marketing campaign is becoming a catastrophe, in spite of global stars Matthews and Harmanpreet Kaur in their XI.
Amy Edgar become the standout bowler for Scorchers with 2 for 14 from her four overs which include sixteen dot balls.
They disenchanted reigning champions Strikers in their 2d suit, however have tumbled to seven-directly losses since to be on the lowest of the table with a 1-8 report. Scorchers have moved up to 2d in the race for top spot this means that direct qualification right into a domestic grand final.