Warwickshire’s Issy Wong claimed the first ever hat-trick in the Women’s Super League in India as Mumbai Indians secured their place in the WPL final.
Wong claimed best figures of 4/15, including three wickets in three balls, as UP Warriorz were bowled out for 110 chasing 183.
Nat Sciver-Brunt had earlier hit an unbeaten 72 and then took 1/21 in the chase as part of a comfortable win for the Indians. Delhi Capitals now await in Sunday’s final at Brabourne Stadium, with both sides having each won one of their two group meetings.
“It’s a pretty special moment and hopefully not the last,” Wong said. “To be honest, it’s an honour to be part of this competition.
“I’m loving my time with the Mumbai Indians and hopefully we can go all the way on Sunday.”
Watch Issy and the world’s best players in the Women’s Ashes at Edgbaston, with the Vitality IT20 taking place on Saturday 1 July (6.30pm start).
Over 15,500 tickets have already been sold and a record crowd is expected. Only limited tickets are now left in some stands, with tickets from just £17 for adults and £5 for under 16s.
Over 8,500 tickets sold for Pakistan Women IT20
Pakistan Women will be in Birmingham on Saturday 11 May 2024 and over 8,500 tickets have already been sold.
With the Men’s IT20 already sold out, this is your last chance to see Pakistan at Edgbaston next summer. Tickets available from only £15, before the 12 March Early Bird deadline.