Super Women won the first Women’s League exhibition Match Against Amazon
Breaking: Super Women won the first Women’s League exhibition match against Amazon. It was the first match of the Women’s League exhibition matches. Additionally, Super Women looked strong both in bowling and batting against the Amazons. Whereas the Amazons could not defend the target and Super Women finished off early by 8 wickets and 25 balls left.
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A memorable event on Women’s Day and history made in Pakistan. Female cricket is getting bigger and bigger every day. More and more females are starting to show a keen interest in cricket. Hence, it was a big and very good step from the Pakistan Cricket Board to host such matches to encourage girl power in cricket.
Nida Dar won both the titles of “Player of the Match” and “Strategic Battter of the Match” in this match. She batted and bowled exceptionally and female cricket fans are expecting the same energy and intent from her in the coming matches.
Match 01: Super Women won the first Women’s League exhibition Match Against Amazon
Women’s league exhibition match 01 Amazons Batting Scorecard
Moreover, the Amazons won the toss and decided to bat first. They only made it to a total of 132 runs which was quite low on the new pitch of Pindi Cricket Stadium. Meanwhile, they had a good start because of both the English batters.
But the batting lineup fell apart after the wicket of Dnni Wyatt. Tammy Beaumont, Danni Wyatt, and Aliya played some good innings in match 01 of the Women’s League exhibition matches. Tammy Beaumont played shots on both sides of the wicket. Aliya Riaz in the middle looked very good with her signature cut shots. She went big on the ground and it’s been her strong area.
Fatima Sana also hit some boundaries but got out early as well. The innings for the Amazons concluded with a total of 132 runs with a loss of 9 wickets. Super Women only needed to get 133 runs to win this match which they did.
The bowling from the Amazons was not good as it was vivid. But a good delivery by Nashra as she sent Muneeba Ali back to the dugout. She is very calculated and she knows who is she bowling against.
Super Women Highlights
Women’s league exhibition match 01 SW Batting Scorecard
Super Women chased down 133 runs easily after a good start in the Women’s League exhibition match series. Their innings started with free-flowing boundaries and it’s really about the boundaries in the powerplay.
Super Women just managed to keep on going and pushing the accelerator with Muneeba and Chamari. The dismissal of Chamari was miscued but it did not affect the batting strength of Super Women. Anything out of off-stumps was managed for some good runs.
The scorecard kept ticking to more runs as Nida Dar came into action. Laura Wolvarot looked in sublime form and kept carrying her form throughout the match. Laura finished the match with six at the end while 25 balls remained.
Women’s League exhibition match 01 SW Bowling Scorecard
In contrast, Super Women were in for a treat as they brilliantly won the first exhibition match out of three. The emerging young female cricketer, Syeda Masooma was most effective as a bowler from the Super Women. Nida Dar, captain of the Super Women got the wicket on her first ball and was beautifully caught by Sania Iqbal.
Dar got two wickets in the first match of the Women’s League exhibition match series. Umme Hani also bowled impressively as she dismissed the Amazons’ captain Bismah Maroof.
Tuba Hasan bowled brilliantly too as she also got a wicket on her first ball. She dismissed Maia Buouchier and Tess Flintoff in this match. Moreover, a brilliant run-out from Camaria Athapaththu and successfully taking out the dangerous-looking Aliya Riaz.
In a historic showdown, the Super Women triumphed over the Amazons in the inaugural Women’s League exhibition match. Skill, determination, and teamwork propelled them to victory, setting a promising tone for the future of women’s sports. This unforgettable event marks a significant step toward empowering female athletes and celebrating their remarkable abilities.