New Zealand Jessinda Ardern’s country for politics lovers. Ken Williamson’s country for cricket lovers. Here is the women’s domestic T20 league. Name- Super Smash League. There was a match between Wellington Blaze and Otago Spark on 14 January. Otago’s team batting first and collected 128 runs on the scoreboard. This target was not as easy as the Wellington blaze made it. Chase the target in the ninth over itself. All Credit to Sophie Devine.
Sophie is the captain of the New Zealand team and is playing for the Blaze in the league. She came to the opening and hit a record-breaking 36-ball century. This is the fastest century in women’s cricket. Sophie broke the 11 year old record. Before him, this record was in the name of Diandra Dottin of West Indies, who scored a century in 38 balls in 2010.
But Sophie did not even celebrate this record-breaking century. Why? Actually she was batting at 94. He hit a tremendous six and completed a century and gave the team the victory. But this ball which was flown for sixes went to a small girl sitting across the boundary. Sophie was shocked to see this. Neither the celebration of the century, nor the victory of the team. And not only Sophie, all the players of both teams were watching the girl. Immediately Sophie went to meet the girl after hanging the boundary. The child had a ball on his face, but it was a good thing that he was not seriously injured. He was immediately given an ice pack.
She appeared to strike a young fan in the crowd, as she brought up her record-breaking #SuperSmashNZ century with a maximum
Shortly afterwards, Devine went to see her, and gave her a few moments she’d NEVER forget pic.twitter.com/1qKzBHdv4m
While Sophie’s record-breaking century was the highlight of the match, his gesture was a cute match for the match.
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