WPL: RCB women vs DC women Match 17 – 2024 Highlights

This tournament is seriously more entertaining than men’s cricket. In the 17th match of this series, RCB women and DC women played on 10 March 2024. Will this be such a high-scoring match? Previously, Delhi Capitals Women scored 194 runs, while Mumbai Indians Women failed to chase it down.

To know more about what happened in this match, continue reading this blog.

Match Details

Date10 March 2024
VenueArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
MatchRCB women vs DC women
UmpiresAbhijit Bhattacharya
N Janani
TV UmpireMohamed Rafi
Reserve UmpireParashar Joshi
Match RefereeRajni Basnet

Playing 11

RCB Women DC Women
Smriti Mandhana (c)Meg Lanning (c)
Sophie DevineShafali Verma
Ellyse PerryAlice Capsey
Richa Ghosh (w)Jemimah Rodrigues
Disha KasatMarizanne Kapp
Georgia WarehamJess Jonassen
Sophie MolineuxArundhati Reddy
Shreyanka PatilTaniya Bhatia (w)
Asha SobhanaShikha Pandey
Shraddha PokharkarRadha Yadav
Renuka Thakur SinghTitas Sadhu

First Innings

  • Meg Lanning and Shafali Verma got things started with a 50-plus powerplay duo, and once they left, Jemimah and Alice Capsey took over.
  • The two hitters enjoyed another excellent connection, as both appeared confident from the start. Jemimah hit some magnificent strokes to reach fifty in the 14th over, while Capsey lost her chance at a due fifty by a few runs.
  • Shreyanka was RCB Women’s best bowler because she was economical and, more significantly, she took four critical wickets.

Second Innings

  • With this win, CW has advanced to the playoffs and is now at the top of the standings. Smriti left early, but Molineux, who arrived to begin tonight, and Perry set up a partnership together.
  • Perry was dumped by Capsey, but the chase between the two was always suspicious, resulting in Perry’s exit.
  • Molineux came after that, and another offensive by Devine and Richa Ghosh brought RCBW closer. However, after the break, Devine left, leaving Richa to handle everything on her own.
  • 17 off the last over, and she hit two huge ones to reduce the total to 2 of 1. In the end, they couldn’t help their team past the finish line. What a breathtaking match it was.

Match Summary

DC won the toss and chose to bat first
Jemimah Rodrigues 58 (36)Shreyanka Patil 4-26
Alice Capsey 48 (32)Asha Sobhana 1-29
Meg Lanning 29 (26)Shradda Pokharkar 0-26
TARGET = 182 runs
Richa Ghosh 51 (29)Alice Capsey 1-5
Ellyse Perry 49 (32)
Sophie Molineux 33 (30)Marizanne Kapp 1-30
Sophie Devine 26 (16)Arundhati Reddy 1-24
RESULT = Delhi Capitals Women won by 1 runs
PoM = Jemimah Rodrigue

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