Women’s Big Bash League: The eighth season of the Women’s Big Bash League is over. The final match of this season was played between Adelaide Strikers and Sydney Sixers. In this match, Adelaide Strikers won by 10 runs. In this final match, such a surprising incident came to the fore, which everyone was surprised to see. Actually, this match was stopped in the middle due to the bright light of the sun.
How did the light affect
The opening pair of Sydney Sixers, who came to bat later in this match, had a lot of trouble due to this strong light of the sun. Suzy Bates, who reached to take the strike, was getting direct light in her eyes, due to which she was having difficulty in seeing. Seeing this, the umpire decided to stop the match for some time. Even before this match, it has happened many times that due to strong light, the match has to be stopped in the middle.
Adelaide Strikers won the first title
Adelaide Strikers won the Women’s Big Bash League title for the first time. At the same time, the dream of Sydney Sixers winning the title for the third time was shattered. In this match, after winning the toss, Adelaide Strikers came out to bat first and put 147 runs on the board at the loss of 5 wickets in 20 overs. On behalf of Adelaide Strikers, Deandra Dottine performed brilliantly and played an inning of 52 * runs. His innings included 6 fours and 3 sixes. Apart from this, opener Katie Mack played an inning of 31 runs.
Sydney Sixers came out to chase runs and got all out for 137 runs in 20 overs. Captain Alice Perry played an inning of 33 runs for Sydney Sixers, but she failed to win the match for the team. In this way, another season of the Women’s Big Bash League ended.