Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers locked horns in the Challenger of Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) 2023 on Wednesday, where the Heat registered a dominating victory to qualify for the finals. The Jess Jonassen-led side will now meet Adelaide Strikers in the summit clash, scheduled to take place on December 02.

Grace Harris powers Brisbane Heat to a formidable total

Batting first, Brisbane Heat managed to post a massive total of 197/5 in their allotted 20 overs. Opener Grace Harris was the star performer with the bat, smashing a brilliant half-century. She scored 54 off 33 balls, with the help of 10 fours and a six.

Amelia Kerr (31), Mignon du Preez (26), Laura Harris (24) and Charli Knott (32 no) made splendid contributions to the team’s big total. For the Scorchers, Alana King bagged a three wicket haul for 30 runs in her quota of 4 overs.

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Georgia Voll stuns Perth Scorchers with splendid bowling

In response to the huge target, the Perth Scorchers could only manage tor reach 130/8 in 20 overs, losing the contest by 67 runs. Experienced campaigner Nat Sciver-Brunt was their highest scorer with 36 off 27 balls.

Georgia Voll was the pick of the bowler for the Brisbane Heat. She bowled exceptionally well and picked up a sensational 4-wicket haul while conceding 19 runs in her quota of 4 overs. Captain Jonassen was also impressive as she took a couple for 25 in 3 overs.

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