Tag: Nat Sciver Brunt


Sciver-Brunt warns unbeaten Mumbai against complacency in WPL | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Nat Sciver-Brunt warned her unbeaten Mumbai Indians against complacency after becoming the first team to qualify for the playoffs of the inaugural Women's Premier League.The English all-rounder smacked 36 off 31 balls and then took 3-21 as Mumbai crushed Gujarat Giants by 55 runs for a fifth win out of five in the Twenty20 tournament."We're just trying to be consistent. We've got players taking wickets and scoring runs well," Sciver-Brunt, Mumbai's top run-scorer, said."We just don't want to be complacent. We're doing well, playing from the heart and enjoying ourselves," the 30-year-old added.Mumbai are top of the WPL and guaranteed to finish in the top three.Sciver-Brunt's 182 runs in five innings make her the WPL's fourth-highest scorer behind Australian trio Meg Lanning of...

WPL 2023, MI vs UPW Highlights: Harmanpreet Kaur, Nat Sciver-Brunt fire Mumbai Indians to fourth straight win | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur and Nat Sciver-Brunt notched up a remarkable unbeaten century stand to power Mumbai Indians to an impressive eight-wicket win over UP Warriorz in Match 10 of of the Women's Premier League at the Brabourne Stadium. It was the fourth win on the trot for a rampaging Mumbai as they remained unbeaten in the tournament and consolidated their position at the top in the standings.4⃣ in 4⃣! 👏 👏The winning juggernaut continues for the @ImHarmanpreet-led @mipaltan as they beat #UPW 8 wickets! 👍…— Women's Premier League (WPL) (@wplt20) 1678642611000Harmanpreet (53*) cracked her second 50-plus score of the season while Sciver-Brunt smoked a fierce 31-ball 45* in chase as the duo added unbeaten 106 runs for the second wicket.💪💙 #OneFamily #M...

MI vs RCB Highlights: Dominant Mumbai Indians crush Royal Challengers Bangalore by 9 wickets | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Mumbai Indians registered another thumping victory on Monday to establish themselves as clear favourites in the early stages of the inaugural Women's Premier League. Mumbai consolidated their top spot in the standings with two big wins in two games in the tournament.Harmanpreet Kaur-led side produced a dominant performance at Brabourne stadium to thrash Royal Challengers Bangalore by nine wickets. As it happened | Points Table | Schedule & ResultSmriti Mandhana opted to bat first, but RCB failed to bat out their quota of 20 overs and were bowled out for 155 in 18.4 overs. MI then chased down the below-par target in just 14.2 overs with nine wickets in hand. West Indian all-rounder Hayley Matthews shone with both bat and ball, leading the run chase with an unbeaten 77 off ...

Record-breaking England on a high ahead of Women’s T20 World Cup semi-final | Cricket News – Times of India

CAPE TOWN: England go into Friday's Women's Twenty20 World Cup semi-final against hosts South Africa on a high after setting a record-breaking score this week but also tempered by personal disappointment, opener Danni Wyatt said on Thursday.Wyatt hit a brisk 59 to help England to a fast start against Pakistan at Newlands on Tuesday followed by 81 not out for Nat Sciver-Brunt as they scored 213-5 to register the highest ever women's T20 World Cup total in a record 114-run thrashing to complete an unbeaten group phase."We've been given a licence at the top of the order to go from ball one. We've got the depth and the order to allow us to do that. Even if it's going to be tricky conditions, we're still going to keep going hard," Wyatt told a news conference as England bid to reach the fina...

Women’s T20 World Cup, India vs England Highlights: India suffer their first defeat, lose to England by 11 runs | Cricket News – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Smriti Mandhana's half-century and Richa Ghosh's quick-fire 47 not out went in vain as India suffered their first defeat of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup, losing to England by 11 runs at St George's Park in Gqeberha on Saturday.Chasing a 152-run target, Mandhana (52 off 41 balls) and Ghosh (47* off 34) added a valuable 43 runs for the fourth wicket to keep India in the hunt. Ghosh even scored 19 runs in the last over, bowled by Katherine Sciver Brunt, hitting a four and a six, but failed to take India home. As it happened: India vs EnglandIndia finished at 140 for 5 in their 20 overs, 11 runs short of the target. The defeat left India stranded at second place in the Group B standings with four points, below England, who registered their third win in a row in the tournament to...