Smriti Mandhana plays the leading role in Trailblazers
JAIPUR: The Captain Of Trailblazers Smriti Mandhana Recently Spoke About Making A Mental Shift To Take More Responsibility And Ensure That Her Promising Starts Are Turned Into Big Blows That Can Help The Team. Today, She Finished The Conversation With A Magnificent 90 Out Of 69 Knockout That Helped Her Team Win A Victory In The Women's T20 Challenge Opening Game Against Supernovas At The SMS Stadium On Monday.
It Was A Nail Biter Who Was The Last To Cross The Supernovas Captain Harmanpreet Kaur The Aggressive Knock Of Unbeaten 46 From 34 Balls That Cool Trailblazers A Real Scare But, In The End It Was Smriti's Team Who Had The Last Laugh.
Left-hand Batswoman Smriti's Repertoire Of Shots And Route Her Knock Or 90 Elicited Huge Applause From The Spectators. She Started Cautiously. After Just Two Boundaries Being Hit In The First Five Overs, Smriti Charged And Paced Up Her Innings That Was Studded With 10 Fours And Three Sixes.
After Supernovas Made The Throw And Smriti And Co Bat, The World Opened No. 1 T20 Batswoman Suzie Bates De Innings Together With The Captain Of The Trailblazers, Killed In The Second After She Dedicated To Jemimah Rodrigues It Was A Wicket Lady Bowled By Off-spinner Anuja Patil .
Harleen Deol then took to the crease and played the perfect foil to Smriti. The former was immediately off the mark and struck a crucial cameo of 36 off 44 balls .
Smriti Was Fired By Leg-spinner Poonam Yadav. Poonam Hit The Next Delivery Again And Stuck Another Scalp From It Deepti Sharma . With three wickets falling in the last over, Trailblazers posted a target of 140 .
Earlier, After Supernovas Started The Pursuit, They Lost Their Opener Priya Punia In The Second After They Finished A Sophie Ecclestone-delivered Delivery That Wrapped In The Wicketkeeper Ravi Kalpana. Teenage Rodrigues Has Stabilized The Pursuit Chamari Atapattu , but the former ran herself out after a terrible mix-up in the eighth over. Atapattu (26 off 34) too was back in the hut in the 11th over. Sophie Devine joined forces with Harmanpreet and gave the team much needed boost, but fell short .