The team has beaten the Sydney Sixers by 92 runs at North Sydney Oval.
On the new season of WBBL, Brisbane heat-stamped their authority.
Beth Mooney played very well and did half-century score, and Laura Harris helped the Brisbane heat and lead to the winning of 5-165.
Teenager Amelia Kerr took the three wickets in four balls. Brisbane heat bat first and from the Heat Beth Monney attack on the first half of the match and lead to the Brisbane heat with 0-47. She played till the end of the powerplay.
— Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (@WBBL) October 16, 2019
If we talk about fielding, then Lauren Smith has run out on 17 because of extra-ordinary fielding. Grace Harris suffered the same fate. Sydney Sixers managed to stop the Monney’s attack.
In the career of Brisbane Heat, Maddy Green made an excellent start. She hit the bat very well and two times reached the ball to the boundary. She scored 21 from only 14 balls. After then Jess Jonassen managed to score only six runs.
But Still, Mooney did hard work and scored very well. She passed the half-century, and it was brilliant time that Alyssa Healy stumps behind.
Now at 6-115, the only four overs were remaining, and Brisbane heat had to score more as their start was excellent.
— Rebel Women’s Big Bash League (@WBBL) October 19, 2019
Laura took 19 runs from only five balls in the 18th overs. She also hit six, and everyone stands at the stadium. She is continuously scoring more and more. At last, she successfully scored 36 runs from only 17 balls and left the Heat to 6-165, which was fantastic.
On the other hand, Ashleigh Gardner only scored 10 and became the victim of johnson. But the grace took the catch successfully and ERIN Burns out at only 4 scores. The Sydney Sixers were in great trouble that they only managed to score 3-43.
The NewZealand leg spinner bowler Kerr was in action and took a total of three wickers on 4 balls but missed the hatrick.
She ended the game by taking only three overs and get 8 scores only. Jonassen took 2 wickets from 12 balls.