Supernovas Beat Trailblazers To Register Ultimate Victory, Match Highlights, Women’s IPL T20 – Match 1

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Despite defeating the Trailblazers by a score of 49 runs on Monday at the Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Pune during the first match of the Women’s T20 Challenge 2022, the Supernovas were able to acquire a victory and get off to a winning start in the competition. The Supernovas were able to pull off an impressive 49-run win thanks to the efforts of Harmanpreet Kaur, who was important with the bat, and Pooja Vastrakar, who was outstanding with the ball, getting a four-wicket haul. Here in this article, we talk about Women’s IPL Supernovas vs Trailblazers, Match Highlights.

Harmanpreet Kaur triumphed in a toss, and her team, the Supernovas, chose to bat first.  Priya Punia demonstrated that she was playing with a good attitude, hammered with a maximum in the first over. After that, Deandra Dottin seized over and smashed 3 fours after taking over. As Dottin kept hitting the ball accurately, the pair’s fifty-run partnership was up. Dottin’s innings of 32 runs were cut short, though, when Renuka Singh struck her with a direct hit that was effective in the 5th over.

While Hayley Matthews picked up Priya Punia to take her maiden wicket, the Supernovas had been put in a position where they were 58 for one at the conclusion of the powerplay. As the Supernovas passed the 100-run mark, Harleen Deol, who had just hit 4 consecutive fours in the eighth over, was accompanied by Harmanpreet Kaur, who was the team’s captain. After Harleen Deol was bowled leg before in the 12th over, Salma Khatun got the first strike of her session in the 2nd over.

Match Highlights, Women’s IPL Supernovas vs Trailblazers – Match 1


Both Sune Luus and Alana King of the Supernovas were grabbed within the circle by their respective opponents, Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Salma Khatun, which led to the loss of two more wickets for the Supernovas in quick order. After hitting Gayakwad’s ball for four consecutive instances, Harmanpreet Kaur, the team’s skipper, continued to score runs at a swift pace. With 2 overs left to play, the Supernovas increased their score to 149/5.

Poonam Yadav removed Pooja Vastrakar, a miscommunication in the middle resulted in Harmanpreet Kaur’s run out. Hayley Matthews got 2 wickets and a run-out in the penultimate over as the Supernovas were all out for 163 in the 1st innings.

In their pursuit of 164 to win, the Trailblazers got off to a strong start courtesy to the powerful striking of Hayley Matthews and the delicate strokes of Smriti Mandhana, which enabled the Trailblazers to advance to 34/0 after four overs. Pooja Vastrakar scored the game’s first breakthrough for the Supernovas following Hayley Mathews was called for being caught behind, as the Trailblazers up with 48-1 at the conclusion of their power play.

Jemimah Rodrigues partnered with captain Smriti Mandhana, who maintained the flow of runs from one extreme until the Trailblazers lost 2 wickets in short succession. where, Priya Punia got 2 excellent catches off the bowling of Pooja Vastrakar to get Smriti Mandhana, the team’s captain, and Sophia Dunkley out of the game.


Following Alana King forced Sharmin Akhter’s stumps to knock in the following over, the Supernovas were in the driver’s seat. Richa Ghosh was trapped within the circle off of Sophie Ecclestone’s bowling, and Arundhati Reddy has been made run out on the following delivery, both of which contributed to the Trailblazers losing 2 more wickets in the match. While Salma Khatun was captured by Ecclestone, Pooja Vastrakar ended her performance with a four-wicket haul to give her team the victory.

The superb catch that Harleen Deol made in front of the bowling of Meghna Singh brought a stop to Jemimah Rodrigues’ 24-run effort. Later Poonam Yadav was captured in the distance, and Alana King took her 2nd wicket of the game to help the Supernovas to a victory by 49 runs at the conclusion of the match.

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