Cricket Australia: You never know when the game turns in the game of cricket. The team which is winning the match loses and the team which seems to be losing wins the match. Something similar has been seen in Australia. Where in a match in the women’s domestic tournament, the game was turned in the last over.
5 wickets fell in scoring 4 runs
Everything changed at the last moment in the final match played between South Australia and Tasmania in the Australia Women’s Domestic Cricket League. In this match played at Hobart’s Bellerive Oval ground, South Australia needed 4 runs in the last over, while they had 5 wickets left. In this sense, the victory of South Australia was considered to be confirmed, but Tasmania overturned the game at the last moment and dropped five wickets of South Australia.
5 Wickets in 6 Balls.
An incredible five-wicket final over from Sarah Coyte delivered Tasmania back-to-back WNCL titles 🔥🙌#CricketTwitter pic.twitter.com/fkeU5oSxtd
— Female Cricket (@imfemalecricket) February 26, 2023
3 wickets 2 run out
South Australia needed 4 runs to win. On the other hand, towards Tasmania, bowler Sarah Coyte came to bowl the last over. Where he took three wickets in his over, while 2 players were run out. In this way, taking five wickets in the last over, Tasmania turned the lost game into victory.
Let us tell you that in the Australia Women’s Domestic Cricket League, Tasmania scored 264 runs while batting first, but due to rain, the match was reduced to 47 overs. To win, South Australia had to score 242 runs in 47 overs under the Duckworth-Lewis method. In such a situation, South Australia could only score 241 runs in the last over.