Australia’s Women’s Big Bash League continues to be positively impacted by South African international cricketers as Shabnim Ismail, Mignon du Preez and Lizelle Lee lead the way with top individual performances
Ismail was named Sydney Thunder’s Player of the Match as she took 3/10 in 4 overs against Hobart Hurricanes, booking her team into the WBBL semi-finals.
— Sydney Thunder (@ThunderBBL) November 22, 2020
Du Preez scored her fourth fifty of the WBBL season, smashing 51 off 38 balls as Melbourne Stars finished the regular season with a win and are looking strong for the semi-finals.
50 and out!
— Melbourne Stars (@StarsBBL) November 20, 2020
Lee also won Player of the Match for her 79 (45), featuring 9 fours and 4 sixes for Melbourne Renegades, whose campaign ends, along with Sydney Strikers, Adelaide Strikers and Hobart Hurricanes.
— 7Cricket (@7Cricket) November 21, 2020
Semifinals start on Wednesdsay with Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers to do battle, followed by Brisbane Heat against Sydney Thunder on Thursday.
WBBL SEMI-FINAL ROUND:
Wednesday – 25 November 2020
Melbourne Stars vs Perth Scorchers Women
Thursday – 26 November 2020
Brisbane Heat vs Sydney Thunder