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Sunday, December 8, 2019

Mooney half-century Heat lift second consecutive WBBL title

Brisbane Heat beat Adelaide Strikers to win the 2nd straight WBBL05 title 2019.

Mooney stars with the bat kicked unbeaten half-century scores as the Heat lifted the 2019 WBBL|05 title BACK-TO-BACK! second consecutive title in front of a sell-out Brisbane crowd.

 Mooney finished the tournament with 743 runs to her name, the third-most ever in a single WBBL season behind Ellyse Perry’s 777 in WBBL|04, and the 769 Sophie Devine struck this tournament.

Devine was dismissed for just five runs, seven deliveries into the match. More surprise, Georgia Prestwidge (2-24) with the new ball, produced a short, wide delivery that caught the outside edge of Devine’s bat, skiing straight to Maddy Green at deep third man, and other victim is Bridget Patterson.

 Jess Jonassen (33 from 28) was the perfect support for Mooney, allowing the opener to bat without major risk, before Laura Harris (19 from 11) arrived to help seal victory.

Brisbane Heat beat Adelaide Strikers to win the WBBL05 title 2019.

 WBBL|05 Final 2019 result: 

Adelaide Strikers 7-161 (Wellington 55, McGrath 33; Prestwidge 2-24)
lost to
Brisbane Heat 4-162 
(Mooney 56no, Jonassen 33; McGrath 2-34) by six wickets with 11 balls remaining

at Allan Border Field, Brisbane

 WBBL|05 Final 2019 Line-up, squads, women's players list: 

Brisbane Heat XI: Beth Mooney (wk), Maddy Green, Jess Jonassen, Grace Harris, Laura Harris, Kirby Short (c), Amelia Kerr, Delissa Kimmince, Sammy-Jo Johnson, Mikayla Hinkley, Georgia Prestwidge

Adelaide Strikers XI: Suzie Bates (c), Sophie Devine, Tahlia McGrath, Bridget Patterson, Katie Mack, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Tegan McPharlin (wk), Annie O'Neil, Sarah Coyte, Megan Schutt, Alex Price

Women’s Big Bash League 2019: WBBL05 Latest ranking.

1st – Brisbane Heat (20 points, 0.723 NRR)

2nd – Adelaide Strikers (20 points, 0.601 NRR)

3rd – Perth Scorchers (18 points, 0.026)

4th – Melbourne Renegades (16 points, 0.117)

5th – Sydney Sixers (14 points, -0.076)

6th – Sydney Thunder (11 points, -0.487)

7th – Hobart Hurricanes (9 points, -0.197)

8th – Melbourne Stars (2 points, -0.734)

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