Kiwi captain scored a blazing century, the team registered its fifth win

There were two matches to be held in WBBL 2023 on November 9 but the first match of the day, which was to be held between Sydney Thunder and Hobart Hurricanes (ST-W vs HH-W), was washed out due to rain. At the same time, in the second match of the day and 31st match of the tournament, there was a clash between Brisbane Heat and Perth Scorchers (BH-W vs PS-W), in which the Perth Scorchers team won by 39 runs. Playing first, Perth Scorchers scored 192/3 in 20 overs, in response to which Brisbane Heat were all out after scoring only 153 in 17.3 overs. Perth Scorchers and Kiwi captain Sophie Devine was adjudged player of the match for her all-round performance.

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Brisbane Heat won the toss and chose to bowl first and their decision proved to be completely wrong. The pair of Kiwi captain Sophie Devine and Beth Mooney, who came to open for Perth Scorchers, scored 67 runs in the first 10 overs, while in the 13th over the team completed 100 runs. During this, Sophie Devine completed her half-century in 39 balls, while later Beth Mooney also completed her half-century in 41 balls. This partnership ended at the score of 131 in the 15th over and Mooney (42 balls 50) was dismissed by Nicola Hancock.

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Sophie Devine completed her century in 60 balls and scored 106 runs in 62 balls before being dismissed on the last ball of the last over. Natalie Seaver also contributed 22 runs in 14 balls. Both these batsmen returned to the pavilion as run out.

Brisbane Heat, chasing the target, scored 27 runs in four overs of powerplay but also lost the wickets of Grace Harris (6) and Amelia Kerr (4). From here Georgia Redmayne and Mignon du Pre (22) took the score beyond 50 but du Pre was out in the seventh over. Charlie Knott contributed 18 runs and Georgia Voll contributed 27 runs but could not play big innings.

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Georgia Redman played a half-century, scoring 53 runs in 44 balls and was out as the ninth wicket in the 18th over at the score of 152. In the same over, the team also lost its last wicket and the innings ended at the score of 153. Pippa Cleary took three wickets for Perth Scorchers, while Sophie Devine and Alana King took two wickets each.

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