Delhi Capitals Women vs Mumbai Indians Women Match 12 highlights

It is the 12th match of the second edition of WPL 2024, and the fun isn’t decreasing one bit. The matches are going on pretty well, and everyone is watching the action as the women’s cricket is in full swing. However, if you were not able to watch this match, this article is for you. We will give you all the updates, starting from the toss to the playing eleven, to the match summary. So continue reading if you want to have a brief look at the match.

Match details

DateMarch 5, 2024
VenueArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
MatchRCB women vs DC women
UmpiresAbhijit Bhattacharya
N Janani
TV UmpireParashar Joshi
Reserve UmpireMohamed Rafi
Match RefereeRajni Basnet

Playing 11

Mumbai Indians WomenDelhi Capitals Women
Hayley MatthewsMeg Lanning (c)
Yastika Bhatia (w)Shafali Verma
Nat Sciver-BruntAlice Capsey
Harmanpreet Kaur (c)Jemimah Rodrigues
Amelia KerrMarizanne Kapp
Amanjot KaurJess Jonassen
Pooja VastrakarTaniya Bhatia (w)
S SajanaArundhati Reddy
Shabnim IsmailTitas Sadhu
Humaira KaziShikha Pandey
Saika IshaqueRadha Yadav


MI Women won the toss and chose to bowl first.

Match Summary

MI Women won the toss and chose to bowl first.
Delhi Capitals Women 192-4
Jemimah Rodrigues 69 (33)Pooja Vastrakar 1-20
Meg Lanning 53 (38)Saika Ishaque 1-29
Shafali Verma 28 (12)Hayley Matthews 1-23
TARGET = 193 runs
Mumbai Indians Women 163-8
Amanjot Kaur 42 (27)Jess Jonassen 3-21
Sajeevan Sajana 24 (14)
Hayley Matthews 29 (17)Marizanne Kapp 2-37
Amelia Kerr 17 (20)Radha Yadav 1-23
RESULT = Delhi Capitals Women won by 29 runs
PoM = Jemimah Rodrigues

First Innings

  • Rodrigues concludes with a 33-ball 69, and the Delhi Capitals score a whopping 192.
  • They started brightly, with Lanning scoring a half-century and Shafali reaching a 12-ball 28, but it was Jemimah’s performance that put her team in control.
  • she played some magnificent smashes to reach a 27-ball half-century and leave MI perplexed.
  • One square boundary was 46 metres short, and she kept discovering holes.
  • 192 is a huge score, but MI will think they have the batting to surpass it.

Second Innings

  • With the needed run rate approaching the 10-run mark, the Mumbai Indians Women were experiencing the tough times out there.
  • They lost three early wickets and were placed on the defensive by the rival bowlers.
  • Matthews and Amanjot contributed useful knocks, but with a hill to conquer, MI Women remained active in the run chase, ultimately falling short by quite a bit.
  • Jess Jonassen, with three wickets, was the best of the bowlers.

Player of the match

Jemimah won the award for her blistering innings of 69 runs from 33 deliveries. This included 8 fours and 3 sixers. She scored with a strike rate of 209. WOW!

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