Match Details of Northern Brave Women vs Canterbury Magicians:
Northern Brave Women and Canterbury Magicians will face each other in Women's Super Smash 2021-22 of the 13th match. This game will take place at Mount Maunganui on 23rd December, Thursday.
The 13th match between Northern Brave Women and Canterbury Magicians is scheduled to start at 7.40 AM IST and 3.05 PM GMT and Local time. The match would be live on FanCode.
Preview of Northern Brave Women and Canterbury Magicians:
Northern Brave women scored 103 runs against the Auckland women team in the previous match and got defeated by 4 wickets. They have lost all the matches in the league and are cemented on the bottom of the table.Canterbury Magicians have lost the last match against Wellington women. The opposition put up 143 runs on the board, Canterbury Magicians didn't live up to the expectations and lost the match by 45 runs. Having a look at the points table, Canterbury Magicians were relying on the fourth spot after winning one match from three they played.
The Whether is expected to be partly cloudy throughout the game with the precipitation hovering around 5-10 percent.
Northern Brave Women vs Canterbury Magicians Women Probable Playing XI:
Northern Brave Women:
Kate Anderson, Caitlin Gurrey, Lucy Boucher, Brooke Halliday (c), Sam Curtis, Nensi Patel, Shriya Naidu, Makayla Templeton, Holly Topp (wk), Charlotte Sarsfield.
Natalie Cox, Amy Satterthwaite, Frances Mackay (c), Jacinta Savage, Abigale Gerken (wk), Lea Tahuhu, Allie Mace-Cochrane, Kate Sims, Melissa Banks, Jessica Simmons, Sarah Asmussen.
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The right-handed batter Caitlin Gurrey was the highest scorer for Northern Brave Women in their last face-off. He scored 34 runs with the help of 4 fours.
The skipper of Northern Brave Women, Brooke Halliday has been decent with the bat. However, she scalped 2 wickets with the ball and conceded just 14 runs from three overs she bowled.
The captain of the team Frances Mackay was scored 55 not out and she took 1 wicket against Wellington women's in the previous match, and the bowlers Sarah Asmussen, Jacinta Savage, both the bowlers took one wicket each.