Dubai [UAE], January 13 (Indiaprix): Australia and Brisbane Heat wicketkeeper-batter Beth Mooney has become the only player in Big Big Bash history (WBBL) Points 400 are performed in each edition of the tournament.
Fourth, the tournament leader printers chart 407 run, Mooney blazed 102 out of 55 balls, which helped him to win three times. Sydney Thunder Cairns on Saturday.
The 24-year-old knockout, which also took the last 400 runs in the tournament, contained 14 borders and six, which helped Heat secure the final victory by chasing 172 passes and seats in the semi-finals.
Mooney, who was appreciated by the match player, had not beaten the tournament best before winning only an unbeaten 63 team opening contest.
"It was nice to hit a few out of the screws for the first time this season, this is a fine zone, a good atmosphere and luckily the rain was gone," the ICC quoted Mooney.
Mooney said he spoke of his "sleepless nights" during his lean patch when he had 14, 44, 6, 18 and 13 points during the last five trips: "I don't want to lose any more sleep by hitting or dreaming of my back lift, so it's obviously nice to finally attend, because I feel like I haven't done my best, what I can do this season, so hopefully this means that the best is yet to come to the final. "
The heat is now facing Thunder 19.1. In the first semi-finals, while Sydney Sixers is in conflict with Melbourne Renegades in the second day of the same day.
Speaking of the vote, Mooney said: "They have great batter, bowler and real consistency."
The Finals WBBL played January 26 (Indiaprix)