South East Stars 283 for 7 (Smith 97, Chathli 61) Central Stimulates 131 (Davidson-Richards 3-20, McDonald-Gay 3-27) by 152 runs
South East Stars protected credentials in the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Prize in one of the most emphatic design with a 152-run triumph over Central Stimulates in a winner-takes-all clash at Edgbaston.
Place In, Stars shed a very early gate when Alexa Stonehouse skied a slog at Emily Arlott, however it was a separated success with the brand-new sphere for the bowlers as Chathli and also Smith included 125 in 21 overs for the 2nd gate.
After Chathli broke Baker to mid-off and also Smith dropped 3 except a been entitled to century when she top-edged Davis to midwicket, the innings shed energy in the center prior to a late fillip originated from Chloe Hillside (34 off 24) and also Maddie Blinkhorn-Jones. They batted smartly to include 57 in 48 spheres for the 8th gate to raise the total amount from around the same level to enforcing.
Under some scoreboard stress, Stimulates required a solid system however shed both openers in 3 spheres from McDonald-Gay. Eve Jones was suffocated down the leg side and afterwards Bethan Ellis bordered a charming outswinger to wicketkeeper Chathli.
Eco-friendly and also Abi Freeborn counterattacked with quick success to take ball game to 50 in 10 overs however the separation of Freeborn, lbw to Paige Scholfield, set off a collapse. Davidson-Richards eliminated Ami Campbell, captured at deep midwicket, and also Katie George that top-edged an inside story and also was well captured by Chathli running back in the direction of great leg.
When Eco-friendly, having actually struck 6 fours, was bowled by Danielle Gregory, it was 102 for 7. Stimulates required something amazing from their tail however Stars shut the video game out without alarm systems.