|Mumbai Indians 182-4 (20 overs): N Sciver-Brunt 72* (38); Ecclestone 2-39|
|UP Warriorz 110 all out (17.4 overs): Navgire 43 (27); Wong 4-15|
|Mumbai Indians gained by 72 runs|
England bowler Issy Wong took the primary hat-trick of the Ladies’s Premier League as Mumbai Indians beat UP Warriorz by 72 runs within the eliminator to succeed in the ultimate.
Chasing 183, the Warriorz have been bowled out for 110 inside 17.3 overs.
Wong, 20, completed her sensational spell with 4-15 from 4 overs.
The seamer missed out on the participant of the match award, which went to Nat Sciver-Brunt for her 72 not out from 38 balls in Mumbai’s 182-4.
Mumbai will play Meg Lanning’s Delhi Capitals within the WPL last on Sunday at 15:00 BST.
Spinner Sophie Ecclestone took 2-39 for Warriorz however crucially dropped Sciver-Brunt on six, after which later turned Wong’s hat-trick sufferer.
The Warriorz didn’t speed up at any level of their chase, slipping to early hassle at 21-3 earlier than Wong unleashed havoc within the thirteenth over.
First to fall was the essential wicket of Kiran Navgire, who appeared set on steering Warriorz out of hassle with 43 from 27 balls, adopted by Simran Shaikh and Ecclestone who have been each bowled.
The hat-trick left the Warriorz in tatters at 84-7.
Wong’s spell, which additionally included the massive opening wicket of captain Alyssa Healy, considerably distracted from Sciver-Brunt, who performed some of the entertaining innings of the event.
The all-rounder was the WPL’s second-most costly signing after India batter Smriti Mandhana, and proved her price in Mumbai’s greatest take a look at to this point, after they’d cruised into the knockouts by successful their first 5 video games.
Her innings included 9 fours and two sixes in a sensational show of energy hitting mixed with innovation, profiting from her second likelihood after the catch went down at mid-off on the finish of the sixth over.
Sciver-Brunt added 60 for the fourth wicket with Amelia Kerr, who made 29 from 19 balls, because the pair attacked the Warriorz spinners and took 54 from the final 4 overs of their innings.
Stay textual content protection of the WPL last shall be supplied on the BBC Sport web site from 14:45 BST on Sunday.
‘The gang was unimaginable’ – response
Mumbai Indians bowler Issy Wong: “Nat deserves it [the player of the match award], she actually held the innings collectively, she batted effectively and helped us to a giant rating.
“It is all nonetheless a bit surreal, it has been a little bit of a whirlwind for the final couple of weeks.
“I used to be simply attempting to hit the stumps [for the hat-trick ball]. Sophie stated effectively bowled, she is an effective pal and he or she is a high quality cricketer as effectively. It is a bit extra thrilling as one another effectively. You do not enter competitions to make the semi-finals, you enter them to be aggressive and attempt to win it.”
Mumbai Indians batter and participant of the match Nat Sciver-Brunt: “The gang was unimaginable tonight. The noise when Wongy took the hat-trick was unimaginable, if we might bottle that power up and take it to Sunday, it might be nice.
“The wicket tonight was very good for batting. It was very fulfilling batting on the market, and I shocked myself with just a few pictures really.”
UP Warriorz captain Alyssa Healy: “If we had caught Nat Sciver-Brunt on six, we might have had the match. However we have been outplayed with the bat, and could not get momentum in any respect.
“We have not performed our greatest cricket as we speak. However I’m actually pleased with the women. It is unlucky we could not make it to the ultimate.”