The Southern Brave won the Women’s Hundred final on Sunday, beating the Northern Superchargers by 34 runs. Freya Kemp played a key role in the victory, scoring quick 31 runs off just 17 balls. Kemp came to the crease at 95-3, with the Brave needing a fast finish.
She immediately went on the attack, hitting four boundaries to complete his inning. She was eventually dismissed by Cross but her innings had set the tone for the Brave. Danielle Wyatt also played a key role, scoring 59 runs off 38 balls. She shared an 83-run partnership with Georgia Adams, which helped the Brave to post a total of 139-6.
The Superchargers never looked like chasing down the target. They lost wickets regularly and were bowled out for 105 in 94 balls.
Wyatt was named player of the match for her innings of 59. While Kemp shares a fair of 31. She said she was “really proud” of her performance and that it was “a dream come true” to win the Hundred.
The victory was the Brave’s first in the Women’s Hundred. They had finished as runners-up in the previous two seasons. The win was also a fitting send-off for Anya Shrubsole, who retired from cricket after the match. Shrubsole was the Brave’s captain and had been a key player for the team since its inception.
The tournament has been a success, with record crowds attending matches. It has also helped to raise the profile of women’s cricket in England.
The Southern Brave’s victory is a major boost for the tournament and will help to ensure its continued success.
Here are some additional details about the match:
The Brave were captained by Anya Shrubsole, who is one of the most successful women’s cricketers of all time.
The Brave’s bowlers were particularly impressive, taking 10 wickets for just 46 runs.
The Superchargers’ batting was their undoing, as they lost wickets at regular intervals.