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BH-W Won By 2 runs (D/L method)
Player of the match: Amelia Kerr
 
That's it from an absolute thriller in a rain affected game. Stay tuned at Sportskeeda for more. This is the duo of Bidipto and Divyansh, Signing off.
Match Summary-

Brisbane Heat Women win by 2 runs. The new target was 118 (DLS)

Adelaide Strikers Women: 115/10 (16.0)
Laura Woolvaardt 45 (38) | Amelia Kerr 3/26 (4.0)

The fell short by 2 runs as the new target was 118. An absolute thriller in the end with the Strikers getting all out on the last ball. Brown almost hit her first six and won it for the Strikers. Woolvardt stayed till the second last over and played a brilliant 45 run innings but she could not stay on till the end and help them cross the line. Schutt with a small cameo in the end, she scored 2 boundaries but she could not help them cross the line as well.

The Heats bowled really well and got regular wickets, Amelia with 3 wickets in the end, Hancock with 2 and the rest of the bowlers with one each. The only reason we got a thriller was poor fielding and keeping. The fielder gave away 4-5 boundaries with unnecessary dives and misfields and the keeper gave away 5 runs in byes. 
16
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115 /10 score
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2
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cricket bat icon Megan Schutt
18 (12)
cricket bat icon Darcie Brown *
3 (4)
cricket ball icon Amelia Kerr
3 /26
15.6 Amelia Kerr to Darcie Brown, WICKET! IT IS CAUGHT AT LONG-OFF! BRISBANE HEAT WOMEN WIN A CLIFF-HANGER! Full and slow, just outside off, Darcie Brown goes forward, goes over mid-off off the middle of the bat with the spin, but it did not go over long-off, and ended up being a CATCH down to Grace Harris in the deep who took it with fingers pointing up! 
15.5 Amelia Kerr to Megan Schutt, fuller on off, pushed away on the attempted drive from the crease to the left of mid-off, for a single only. 
15.4 Amelia Kerr to Darcie Brown, good length ball on off, pushed away to point from the crease, for another quick single! 
15.3 Amelia Kerr to Megan Schutt, full and just outside off, Schutt steps out, tries to drive, gets an inside edge on to pad which the keeper misses on the ricochet, and it is a single to short third man! 
15.2 Amelia Kerr to Megan Schutt, good length ball outside off, Schutt goes for the slog-sweep to the right of deep mid-wicket, and she collects two runs for it! 
15.1 Amelia Kerr to Darcie Brown, short outside off, pushed off the horizontal bat to the left of cover off the back foot, for a single. 
15.1 Amelia Kerr to Darcie Brown, over the wicket, full and WIDE outside off and called so too by the umpire! 
Amelia Kerr, (3.0-0-19-2) will bowl the last over.
Two boundaries in the power surge over and a huge wicket, Woolvardt departs, she middled it but hit it straight to Grace. 10 required off the last over now.
15
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108 /9 score
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4
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4
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cricket bat icon Megan Schutt *
14 (9)
cricket bat icon Darcie Brown
1 (1)
cricket ball icon Nicola Hancock
2 /25
14.6 Nicola Hancock to Megan Schutt, OH THIS IS A FOUR! Full on leg-and-middle, Schutt steps forward and goes through the line, gets it past the left of mid-on and gets it away down to long-on for a boundary! Game on! 
14.5 Nicola Hancock to Darcie Brown, short down leg, Brown still gets bat to it and pulls it down, well stopped then by the keeper to her left, and it only ends up as a run! 
Darcie Brown, RHB, comes to the crease.
14.4 Nicola Hancock to Laura Wolvaardt, OUT! BIG WICKET! Round the wicket, full on the pads, flicked away hard but in the air to the left of the umpire at square-leg, and the fielder was positioned there for exactly that shot, and she took the CATCH well enough to dismiss Wolvaardt! 
14.3 Nicola Hancock to Laura Wolvaardt, FOUR RUNS! SHOT! Over the wicket, short and slow on off and this is pulled past the right of mid-on off the back foot, for a boundary in the gap! 
14.2 Nicola Hancock to Megan Schutt, good length ball down leg, hit round the corner to fine-leg, from the crease, for a single again. 
14.1 Nicola Hancock to Laura Wolvaardt, round the wicket, good length ball down leg, heaved off the back foot to fine-leg, for a single.