The Women’s IPL is currently underway, with two major teams Delhi Capitals Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women competing against one another. However, it is the second match of the season. The Delhi Capitals and Royal Challengers Bangalore are two big names in the men’s and women’s IPL, respectively. Royal Challengers Bangalore elected to bowl first. However, the Delhi Capitals played very well with the bat and bowl too. Delhi Capitals scored 223 runs in 20 overs with a loss of only two wickets. Furthermore, Royal Challengers Bangalore tried to chase the target, but Delhi Capitals successfully stopped them. Bangalore scored only 163 runs in 20 overs with a loss of 8 wickets.
However, the match was interesting, and the players played very well to help their teams win. Stay tuned on the same page for more highlights and a review of the women’s IPL. Lets discuss The Women’s IPL is currently underway, with two major teams Delhi Capitals Women vs Royal Challengers Bangalore Women competing against one another in this blog.
Delhi Capitals Women’s Innings
Meg Lanning and Shefali Verma opened the inning for the Delhi Capitals. However, this opening duo has given the team the best start. Moreover, their innings helped the Delhi Capitals project a big score on the scoreboard. Meg Lanning scored 72 runs on 43 hits with 14 fours in the inning. Furthermore, her strike rate was 167.44. On the other end, Shefali Verma also played an exceptional inning for the team. She scored 84 runs in 45 balls. Her inning includes 10 fours and 4 sixes. Moreover, her strike rate is 186.67.
However, in the 15th over inning of Meg Lanning, she was bowled by HC Knight, and in the same over, the innings of Shefali Verma also came to an end. She was caught by Richa Gosh on the bowl of HC Knight.
After the fall of these two wickets in the same innings, Marizanne Kapp came to bat at number 4 and Jemimah Rodrigues at number 5. However, both players continued the momentum and added runs to the scoreboard. Marizanne scored 39 runs in 17 balls. Her inning consists of three fours and three sixes. Her strike rate was 229.41. Jemimah scored 22 runs in 15 innings with three fours.
Collectively, Delhi Capital projected a big score to chase for the Royal Challengers.
Delhi Capitals Women’s Bowling Scorecard
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women’s Innings
The Delhi Capitals Women projected a big score on the scoreboard. However, to chase this target, Smriti Mandhana and Sophie Devine opened the innings for Bangalore. Moreover, both players tried to give a good start to the team. Smriti Mandhana scored 35 runs in 23 balls with five fours and one six. Her strike rate was 152.17. Sophie scored 14 runs in 11 balls. Her inning includes three walks. Both of them were bowled by Alice Capsey.
Ellyse Perry batted at number three. She scored 31 runs in 19 balls with five fours. She was bowled by T Norris. Disha Kassat batted at number four. However, she was unable to score good runs with her bat. She scored nine runs in 11 balls and got bowled by T Norris.
Richa Gosh batted at number five. She scored two runs on four balls. She was also bowled by T Norris. In this tough time, Heather Knight came to play an inning for the team. Moreover, she also managed to score good runs with her bat. She scored 34 runs in 21 balls with two fours and two sixes. Furthermore, after her, Megan Schutt also played a good inning for the team. She scored 30 runs in 19 balls with five fours.
However, Royal Challengers tried hard to achieve the target, but Delhi Capitals successfully won the match.
Royal Challengers Bangalore Women’s Bowling Scorecard
Delhi Capital Playing XI
- Taniya Bhatia(WK)
- Meg Lanning(C)
- Jemimah Rodrigues
- Alice Capsey
- Marizanne Kapp
- Shafali Verma
- Jess Jonassen
- Radha Yadav
- Shikha Pandey
- Arundhati Reddy
- Tara Norris
Royal Challengers Bangalore Playing XI
- Richa Ghosh(WK)
- Smriti Mandhana(C)
- Heather Knight
- Sophie Devine
- Disha Kasat
- Ellyse Perry
- Kanika Ahuja
- Sobhana Asha
- Megan Schutt
- Renuka Thakur
- Preeti Bose