That’s the first thing they needed to do just that. She did the bulk of the work with Dooley, who picked a great time for a personal best score, then Wareham iced the cake. Spencer : "I think "disgrace" sums up this Heat performance ", Telf: "......at least I can say I was there for the greatest ever BBL collapse. That turned appreciably and goes past the outside edge! Then Duffin backs away, swings hard, takes the ball off her stumps but lumps it straight to mid-off on the bounce.

Utter madness, I feel for the openers whose wonders are going to waste". A couple of singles are a decent start, then Jonassen lifts her over wide long-on for six! Next ball, fuller, more conventionally swept for six more! That is a remarkable result. To follow that comes a wide, bouncing off the keeper for another extra, and nearly a run out with a direct hit.

That’s drinks. The Heat spectacularly flamed out with Boyce fittingly finishing it off with wickets off successive deliveries to ensure the Renegades notched a win for the ages. She basically bowls about nine different slower balls and rarely gives away runs. WICKET | YES!

1st over: Melbourne Renegades 4-0 (Lanning 3, Atapattu 1) The Heat opening their bowling with Grace Harris today, a tall off-spinner, giving these batters no pace to work with. If the match is televised in the UK, then BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream it live via BT Sport Player.

A lucky accident. 36 runs - HEAT vs RENEGADES #BBL09 - 0-84 to 10-120 The Heat (5-6) remain in sixth spot, while the Renegades (2-9) have won consecutive matches.

The Brisbane Heat have just shown how true that is, capitulating against the Melbourne Renegades.

Lanning flicks nicely square a couple of times, getting an extra run thanks to a boundary line fumble. BBL 9 Match 44 Heat vs Renegades – As a mathematical chance for Gades to qualify for the upcoming finals. 16 from the over. What on earth is happening out there?! Atapattu the bowler, with her offies. Then another wide from Tahuhu, the Renegades are just donating runs. Kerr c Webb b Kershaw 3 (4 balls), Wicket! Maitlan Brown bowls length on her pads, Green gets under it and clouts it into the midwicket gap for four. Final ball of the innings, very slow, Wareham waits, drags a pull across the line, races back in a gamble for a second run, hoping the throw is bad, but it isn’t. Barely a run a ball needed for 51 from 48. The Renegades have a decent side themselves and they have added some reinforcements in the off-season as well.

Anna Lanning, sister of the GOAT, will be at the top of the order in red too, having made some recent runs. Aaron Finch hit a century last time out and us 3.00 to be the Renegades’ top team batsman with Bet365, while Beau Webster is 4.50 and Mohammad Nabi could be an interesting outsider at 9.00. The left-handed Sri Lankan on strike now, walks at Prestwidge but drives to cover, then wafts at a wider one and misses. A full toss. 3rd over: Melbourne Renegades 12-0 (Lanning 8, Atapattu 3) The Sri Lankan skipper off strike again early, then there’s a misfield from Short that allows Lanning’s off-drive to get through for four!

8th over: Brisbane Heat 70-2 (Jonassen 1, Grace Harris 0) Jonassen survives the hat-trick ball from Strano, but suddenly Brisbane have to form a new partnership. But the Renegades bowled and fielded atrociously through the first Powerplay and gave away 70 runs for the opening partnership without one of the league’s biggest stars, Beth Mooney, even having to do much. Jonassen’s journey as a top-tier batting talent began with her 99 in the Canterbury Ashes Test of 2015.

Hurstville Oval, Sydney, Where can I get tickets for Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women? A massive six down the ground, four more from the outside edge, then finally Green goes once too often and clouts the ball miles into the air but Wareham settles under it to take the catch. Takes a run, Dooley reciprocates, then Duffin walks at Kimmince and nails a pull shot to deep midwicket, but straight to the sweeper. She has 21 from 7 balls! Green c Wareham b Strano 46 (29 balls), Heat 166-6 beat Renegades 163-4 by four wickets, Earlier, Strikers beat Scorchers by eight wickets.

Atapattu thinks she hit the ball as she came across the line. Melbourne Renegades bowlers James Pattinson, Shakib al Hasan and Fawad Ahmed starred and kept their team's finals hopes alive with a win over Brisbane Heat Mooney c Leeson b Strano 15 (18 balls), WICKET!

A few singles and it’s 8 more from the over. Beam ball from Johnson! Sunday 25th Two boundaries. Select matches will televised on BT Sport, Where can I stream Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women?

That was the biggest 10-wicket collapse in BBL history. Heazlett was forced to play cautiously but notched his first BBL half-century, as the Heat reached 3 for 103 after 10 overs.

Cameron Boyce took 4 for 15 and turned the game 180 degrees with a stunning spell. Cheers. Length ball. A sliced edge that lands safely at cover point, between two players in the ring.

Bowls short and Green cuts. Not letting up. Some bounce too, enabling Atapattu to jab away a single off her hip. 13th over: Melbourne Renegades 84-2 (Dooley 31, Duffin 14) Grace Harris bowling really nicely, and also commentating her own overs on the TV broadcast. Min deposit £5 and 1x settled bet requirement to release Bet Credits. Dooley gets a single thanks to an overthrow. Molly Strano buys the wicket in the end.

Two balls to go. Just bad luck.

15th over: Brisbane Heat 149-2 (Jonassen 38, Grace Harris 40) Well, when you’re hot you’re hot.

Webster's enterprising knock ended in the 17th but late fireworks from Samit Patel, who smacked a timely 23 from 10, and Mohammed Nabi revived the Renegades.

", At the end of the 12th over, the win probability for Heat was 89%. Wareham gets under it! Enter your email address to receive our newsletter on all things sport, data and analysis! Another late one for the Gades!

It leaves the Heat in 6th place, outside of the finals while the Renegades are getting used to winning again with two victories in a row. The Renegades eyed a healthy total until Marsh threw his bat - literally after slipping from his grasp - but only succeeded in spooning a return catch to Ben Laughlin. Lovely hitting. 14th over: Melbourne Renegades 97-2 (Dooley 39, Duffin 16) Sammy-Jo Johnson is back, straight in at the stumps but Duffin gets bat on it, one run. You will now receive an email with a confirmation link to complete the process. Off a high full toss. It’s been a disaster so far and they have to pull something from the fire. Sat 7 Dec 2019 06.55 GMT

Atapattu makes a good stop at cover, then botches her throw to the keeper and gives away a run. 8th over: Melbourne Renegades 55-1 (Atapattu 20, Dooley 18) Georgia Prestwidge to bowl next, medium pace over the wicket. The overruled wicket. Eight from that over. Thanks for your company tonight from the Gabba. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. 12th over: Brisbane Heat 113-2 (Jonassen 29, Grace Harris 15) How often would Harris be the junior player in a partnership? He is OK but that could have been nasty. She has no right to make contact. This is some knock. Two in two balls!

So she doesn’t take the run to deep backward square. Should have perhaps hustled a second.

Harris’ last ball for the day, a full toss, and Duffin sweeps it for six!

The Heat, chasing the Renegades’ 6/164, were cruising at 1/84 at the end of the power play. From around the wicket, it dips, lands on the crease and gets under Jonassen’s shot.

Brisbane need 95 off 74, a comparatively modest ask. Biggest 10 wicket collapses in @BBL games Joe Burns was then run out after a horrible mix up with Ben Cutting to continue the Heat's stunning slide. Mujeeb Ur Rahman lbw b Boyce 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00, JL Pattinson b Boyce 1 (3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33, shorter length, he's back and cutting this to backward point, Wildermuth misfields and they nearly panic and try for a second, shorter length, he's back and defending to cover, floated higher, he drives and gets a thick edge to backward point, tossed up on middle, he leans out to defend, JK Lalor c †Harper b Christian 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00, good length wide off, he tries to drive and missed, BCJ Cutting lbw b Christian 5 (5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00, 123kph, length ball outside off, he backs away and, slower ball bouncer outside off, he tries to pull and misses. Then advances again but the line is at her pads, and she gets a fat leading edge through backward point, lucky to hit a gap there. 5th over: Melbourne Renegades 30-1 (Atapattu 8, Dooley 5) A good over from Harris, especially to Dooley, who survives a tight lbw appeal.

De Villiers hoped to inflict more pain but was bowled second delivery by a flighted Boyce delivery to silence the Heat faithful, who were further stunned when Matthew Renshaw departed for a golden duck. After the earlier flurry, the Heat went six overs without a boundary as the pressure built and Heazlett cracked when he edged behind off Patel, who then claimed Jimmy Peirson next ball to flip the match once again. Leg stump line, she gets under it, flicking to leg, and top edges a six! There's no such thing as a batting collapse without a ridiculous run out! The Heat (5-6) remain in sixth spot, while the Renegades (2-9) have won consecutive matches. I’ll try to catch you up here. Duffin cuts, only for one with backward point set deep. 14th over: Brisbane Heat 134-2 (Jonassen 36, Grace Harris 27) Lea Tahuhu.

Nearly drags an over back. https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/6/27/brisbane-heat-collapse_1oahu7g2k9c081swbqukk0ndji.png?t=-1075793265&w=500&quality=80, India vs Australia: Fans confused as Mitchell Starc promoted to number five.

Tahuhu keeps Mooney quiet in between times, round the wicket to the left-hander to do her for bounce. Brisbane Heat have produced the worst ten-wicket collapse in BBL history after losing by 44 runs to the Melbourne Renegades. We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. Flat over square leg! Atapattu did the same and was unlucky, but her dismissal brought in Melbourne’s clutch player in Duffin. He may have, however, received an ounce of luck in the fourth over after appearing to be caught behind the wicket from an inside edge off Josh Lalor. Watch every single KFC BBL match LIVE & On-Demand on KAYO with FOX CRICKET’s unmatched commentary line-up. Duffin gets down to sweep but doesn’t get much of it, only a single. Then Mooney charges, misses as Tahuhu carves the ball off the seam, and from an angle around the wicket to the left-hander it pitches outside off and misses leg stump, beats Dooley, and goes for four byes. Prestwidge bowls a wide, then a couple more singles. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. 19th over: Melbourne Renegades 149-3 (Dooley 49, Wareham 9) Alternatively, Georgia Wareham could add 20 at the death. Jonassen under it.

What a strike. Advances again but this time the length isn’t there, and Duffin has to open the face and push to point for one.

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JA Burns run out (Harris/†Harper) 14 (21b 0x4 0x6) SR: 66.66, shorter on off, he's back and punching this to long off, JJ Peirson c & b Patel 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00, SD Heazlett c †Harper b Patel 56 (37b 7x4 1x6) SR: 151.35, fired down leg, he sweeps off the top edge and it pops up safely to short fine leg, darted into middle, he's back and forcing to point, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane, 19 January 2020 - day/night match (20-over match).

Mooney strikes nicely to cover but it’s well stopped. Such a remarkable career already for one so young. Flicks square, wants a second but can’t get back. ", James B: "7 for 7 in 15 balls! Lovely contact on the off-drive, wide of the fielder! Replays showed it. Or it should have been enough, with Brisbane’s bowlers collared late and unable to break through in the middle. She’s getting lovely bounce too from this surface and she skips over Lanning’s attempted cut shot. Cutting got a huge inside edge on it.

That’s the first thing they needed to do just that. She did the bulk of the work with Dooley, who picked a great time for a personal best score, then Wareham iced the cake. Spencer : "I think "disgrace" sums up this Heat performance ", Telf: "......at least I can say I was there for the greatest ever BBL collapse. That turned appreciably and goes past the outside edge! Then Duffin backs away, swings hard, takes the ball off her stumps but lumps it straight to mid-off on the bounce.

Utter madness, I feel for the openers whose wonders are going to waste". A couple of singles are a decent start, then Jonassen lifts her over wide long-on for six! Next ball, fuller, more conventionally swept for six more! That is a remarkable result. To follow that comes a wide, bouncing off the keeper for another extra, and nearly a run out with a direct hit.

That’s drinks. The Heat spectacularly flamed out with Boyce fittingly finishing it off with wickets off successive deliveries to ensure the Renegades notched a win for the ages. She basically bowls about nine different slower balls and rarely gives away runs. WICKET | YES!

1st over: Melbourne Renegades 4-0 (Lanning 3, Atapattu 1) The Heat opening their bowling with Grace Harris today, a tall off-spinner, giving these batters no pace to work with. If the match is televised in the UK, then BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream it live via BT Sport Player.

A lucky accident. 36 runs - HEAT vs RENEGADES #BBL09 - 0-84 to 10-120 The Heat (5-6) remain in sixth spot, while the Renegades (2-9) have won consecutive matches.

The Brisbane Heat have just shown how true that is, capitulating against the Melbourne Renegades.

Lanning flicks nicely square a couple of times, getting an extra run thanks to a boundary line fumble. BBL 9 Match 44 Heat vs Renegades – As a mathematical chance for Gades to qualify for the upcoming finals. 16 from the over. What on earth is happening out there?! Atapattu the bowler, with her offies. Then another wide from Tahuhu, the Renegades are just donating runs. Kerr c Webb b Kershaw 3 (4 balls), Wicket! Maitlan Brown bowls length on her pads, Green gets under it and clouts it into the midwicket gap for four. Final ball of the innings, very slow, Wareham waits, drags a pull across the line, races back in a gamble for a second run, hoping the throw is bad, but it isn’t. Barely a run a ball needed for 51 from 48. The Renegades have a decent side themselves and they have added some reinforcements in the off-season as well.

Anna Lanning, sister of the GOAT, will be at the top of the order in red too, having made some recent runs. Aaron Finch hit a century last time out and us 3.00 to be the Renegades’ top team batsman with Bet365, while Beau Webster is 4.50 and Mohammad Nabi could be an interesting outsider at 9.00. The left-handed Sri Lankan on strike now, walks at Prestwidge but drives to cover, then wafts at a wider one and misses. A full toss. 3rd over: Melbourne Renegades 12-0 (Lanning 8, Atapattu 3) The Sri Lankan skipper off strike again early, then there’s a misfield from Short that allows Lanning’s off-drive to get through for four!

8th over: Brisbane Heat 70-2 (Jonassen 1, Grace Harris 0) Jonassen survives the hat-trick ball from Strano, but suddenly Brisbane have to form a new partnership. But the Renegades bowled and fielded atrociously through the first Powerplay and gave away 70 runs for the opening partnership without one of the league’s biggest stars, Beth Mooney, even having to do much. Jonassen’s journey as a top-tier batting talent began with her 99 in the Canterbury Ashes Test of 2015.

Hurstville Oval, Sydney, Where can I get tickets for Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women? A massive six down the ground, four more from the outside edge, then finally Green goes once too often and clouts the ball miles into the air but Wareham settles under it to take the catch. Takes a run, Dooley reciprocates, then Duffin walks at Kimmince and nails a pull shot to deep midwicket, but straight to the sweeper. She has 21 from 7 balls! Green c Wareham b Strano 46 (29 balls), Heat 166-6 beat Renegades 163-4 by four wickets, Earlier, Strikers beat Scorchers by eight wickets.

Atapattu thinks she hit the ball as she came across the line. Melbourne Renegades bowlers James Pattinson, Shakib al Hasan and Fawad Ahmed starred and kept their team's finals hopes alive with a win over Brisbane Heat Mooney c Leeson b Strano 15 (18 balls), WICKET!

A few singles and it’s 8 more from the over. Beam ball from Johnson! Sunday 25th Two boundaries. Select matches will televised on BT Sport, Where can I stream Brisbane Heat Women vs Melbourne Renegades Women?

That was the biggest 10-wicket collapse in BBL history. Heazlett was forced to play cautiously but notched his first BBL half-century, as the Heat reached 3 for 103 after 10 overs.

Cameron Boyce took 4 for 15 and turned the game 180 degrees with a stunning spell. Cheers. Length ball. A sliced edge that lands safely at cover point, between two players in the ring.

Bowls short and Green cuts. Not letting up. Some bounce too, enabling Atapattu to jab away a single off her hip. 13th over: Melbourne Renegades 84-2 (Dooley 31, Duffin 14) Grace Harris bowling really nicely, and also commentating her own overs on the TV broadcast. Min deposit £5 and 1x settled bet requirement to release Bet Credits. Dooley gets a single thanks to an overthrow. Molly Strano buys the wicket in the end.

Two balls to go. Just bad luck.

15th over: Brisbane Heat 149-2 (Jonassen 38, Grace Harris 40) Well, when you’re hot you’re hot.

Webster's enterprising knock ended in the 17th but late fireworks from Samit Patel, who smacked a timely 23 from 10, and Mohammed Nabi revived the Renegades.

", At the end of the 12th over, the win probability for Heat was 89%. Wareham gets under it! Enter your email address to receive our newsletter on all things sport, data and analysis! Another late one for the Gades!

It leaves the Heat in 6th place, outside of the finals while the Renegades are getting used to winning again with two victories in a row. The Renegades eyed a healthy total until Marsh threw his bat - literally after slipping from his grasp - but only succeeded in spooning a return catch to Ben Laughlin. Lovely hitting. 14th over: Melbourne Renegades 97-2 (Dooley 39, Duffin 16) Sammy-Jo Johnson is back, straight in at the stumps but Duffin gets bat on it, one run. You will now receive an email with a confirmation link to complete the process. Off a high full toss. It’s been a disaster so far and they have to pull something from the fire. Sat 7 Dec 2019 06.55 GMT

Atapattu makes a good stop at cover, then botches her throw to the keeper and gives away a run. 8th over: Melbourne Renegades 55-1 (Atapattu 20, Dooley 18) Georgia Prestwidge to bowl next, medium pace over the wicket. The overruled wicket. Eight from that over. Thanks for your company tonight from the Gabba. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. 12th over: Brisbane Heat 113-2 (Jonassen 29, Grace Harris 15) How often would Harris be the junior player in a partnership? He is OK but that could have been nasty. She has no right to make contact. This is some knock. Two in two balls!

So she doesn’t take the run to deep backward square. Should have perhaps hustled a second.

Harris’ last ball for the day, a full toss, and Duffin sweeps it for six!

The Heat, chasing the Renegades’ 6/164, were cruising at 1/84 at the end of the power play. From around the wicket, it dips, lands on the crease and gets under Jonassen’s shot.

Brisbane need 95 off 74, a comparatively modest ask. Biggest 10 wicket collapses in @BBL games Joe Burns was then run out after a horrible mix up with Ben Cutting to continue the Heat's stunning slide. Mujeeb Ur Rahman lbw b Boyce 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00, JL Pattinson b Boyce 1 (3b 0x4 0x6) SR: 33.33, shorter length, he's back and cutting this to backward point, Wildermuth misfields and they nearly panic and try for a second, shorter length, he's back and defending to cover, floated higher, he drives and gets a thick edge to backward point, tossed up on middle, he leans out to defend, JK Lalor c †Harper b Christian 0 (2b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00, good length wide off, he tries to drive and missed, BCJ Cutting lbw b Christian 5 (5b 1x4 0x6) SR: 100.00, 123kph, length ball outside off, he backs away and, slower ball bouncer outside off, he tries to pull and misses. Then advances again but the line is at her pads, and she gets a fat leading edge through backward point, lucky to hit a gap there. 5th over: Melbourne Renegades 30-1 (Atapattu 8, Dooley 5) A good over from Harris, especially to Dooley, who survives a tight lbw appeal.

De Villiers hoped to inflict more pain but was bowled second delivery by a flighted Boyce delivery to silence the Heat faithful, who were further stunned when Matthew Renshaw departed for a golden duck. After the earlier flurry, the Heat went six overs without a boundary as the pressure built and Heazlett cracked when he edged behind off Patel, who then claimed Jimmy Peirson next ball to flip the match once again. Leg stump line, she gets under it, flicking to leg, and top edges a six! There's no such thing as a batting collapse without a ridiculous run out! The Heat (5-6) remain in sixth spot, while the Renegades (2-9) have won consecutive matches. I’ll try to catch you up here. Duffin cuts, only for one with backward point set deep. 14th over: Brisbane Heat 134-2 (Jonassen 36, Grace Harris 27) Lea Tahuhu.

Nearly drags an over back. https://images.daznservices.com/di/library/sportal_com_au/6/27/brisbane-heat-collapse_1oahu7g2k9c081swbqukk0ndji.png?t=-1075793265&w=500&quality=80, India vs Australia: Fans confused as Mitchell Starc promoted to number five.

Tahuhu keeps Mooney quiet in between times, round the wicket to the left-hander to do her for bounce. Brisbane Heat have produced the worst ten-wicket collapse in BBL history after losing by 44 runs to the Melbourne Renegades. We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. Flat over square leg! Atapattu did the same and was unlucky, but her dismissal brought in Melbourne’s clutch player in Duffin. He may have, however, received an ounce of luck in the fourth over after appearing to be caught behind the wicket from an inside edge off Josh Lalor. Watch every single KFC BBL match LIVE & On-Demand on KAYO with FOX CRICKET’s unmatched commentary line-up. Duffin gets down to sweep but doesn’t get much of it, only a single. Then Mooney charges, misses as Tahuhu carves the ball off the seam, and from an angle around the wicket to the left-hander it pitches outside off and misses leg stump, beats Dooley, and goes for four byes. Prestwidge bowls a wide, then a couple more singles. Min odds, bet and payment method exclusions apply. 19th over: Melbourne Renegades 149-3 (Dooley 49, Wareham 9) Alternatively, Georgia Wareham could add 20 at the death. Jonassen under it.

What a strike. Advances again but this time the length isn’t there, and Duffin has to open the face and push to point for one.

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