Issy Wong: MI vs UPW Highlights: Issy Wong, Nat Sciver-Brunt shine as Mumbai Indians thrash UP Warriorz to reach the final | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Young Pace Controller Issy Wong (4-15) on Friday became the first pitcher to score a hat-trick inside Women’s soccer tournament (WPL) when she shoots Mumbai Indians at the end of the first edition. Mumbai is superior UP Warriorz up to 72 runs in the Eliminator at DY Patil Stadium in Navi Mumbai.
With the big win, Mumbai set up a sizzling summit clash with the Capital Delhi on Sunday.
As it happened: Mumbai Indians vs UP Warriorz
Wong’s historic record helped Mumbai beat UP with 110 in 17.4 rounds after setting a goal of 183 challenging runs.
Launched into the front yard, Mumbai made a jarring knock-out with a score of 72 without going out, after 38 balls, from Nat Sciver-Brunt to post a whopping 182 for 4 of their 20 passes. Amelia Kerr also contributed 29 of the 19 balls for Mumbai, with the duo scoring another 60 for the fourth hit in 6.1 passes.
The final of the inaugural WPL will be played between the two best performing teams occupying the top two positions with 12 points each, Delhi and Mumbai at Brabourne Stadium.

After setting a tough target of 183 runs, the Mumbai Indians blew away what was once UP Warriorz’s uncompromising top and middleweight, with Wong scoring a stunning hat-trick in game 13 to impress. The outcome is in her favor.
After removing dangerous Alyssa Healy (11) early and removing a singing song Kiran Navgire (43), Wong cleans up Simran Sheikh (0) and Sophie Ecclestone (0) each take a racket on her second, third, and fourth serve to cast a match victory spell.
UP Warriorz was eliminated with only 110 in 17.4 rounds.
Navgire waged a lone battle for UP Warrioz with an enjoyable 27-43 run of four innings and three sixths, but no other player made it difficult for scorers in the match to turn out to be. It’s a one-way competition.
UP Warriorz got off to a disastrous start, losing the openers Healy and Shweta Sehrawat (1) in the first three rounds.

While Saika Ishaque (2.4-1-24-2) produced a second first shot that included Sehrawat’s scalp, Wong was caught by her opponent Harmanpreet Kaur in the middle of the second round. father.
Mumbai dealt another heavy blow to UP Warriorz when batting mainstay Tahlia McGrath (7) was knocked out in the fifth inning while attempting to snatch a single from a packed outside court.
With his back pressed to the wall, Navgire hit Mumbai with two sixth rounds against Ishaque and Grace Harris also got four. Game six yielded 20 runs for UP Warriorz, who had a score of 46/3 at the end of the power play.
Navgire also got a lifesaver when she tried to get over the ropes again, ahead of Amelia Kerr, with Hayley Matthews (13/1) creating a properly regulated chance.

Navgire and Harris’ fourth bat in 35 runs was finally broken in game eight as Sciver-Brunt won her first, the second was caught by Wong with 14. half way through, UP Warriorz is 63/4.
Navgire then beat Kerr by two sixs and Deepti Sharma (16) by four for 19 runs from game 12 onwards, but the Mumbai Indians soon broke their ground.
Navgire died after playing a straight line deep into the middle of the field, after a quick 43 shot, knocking Wong out. The British pitcher made the next serve to clear the Sheikh and let Ecclestone chop one into her racket to complete his hat-trick.
Earlier in the first innings, Sciver-Brunt’s brilliant 72-game unbeaten streak had given the Mumbai Indians a staggering total.
Sciver-Brunt played brutally with the stick, hitting nine fourths and two sixths for an undefeated 72 and certainly took full advantage of her early advantage when she was six, with Sophie Ecclestone (2/39) dropped a regulation catch off Rajeshwari Gayakwad midway.

UP Warriorz controlled the first half of the knockout clash primarily through their spinning pitchers, not allowing Mumbai batters to run away or score any major individual totals. , except for Sciver-Brunt, who seemed unstoppable.
Right-handed Sciver-Brunt provided much-needed momentum to the Mumbai Indians on Kerr’s team (29 of 19 balls, 5×4), adding 60 runs for a fourth racket.
Having added 78 runs from laps 5-15, the Mumbai Indians overcame 66 runs in the final five laps for a total difficulty score.
like of Yastika Bhatia (21), Matthews (26) and Kaur (14) started but UP Warriorz controlled most of the game after an erratic start.
(With input from PTI)


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