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There have been plenty of Stars in action across the last seven days across the world and a key WBBL quick has run into some red hot form.
Kim Garth starred with the ball taking 3-8 in Australia’s win over the West Indies in the opening game of the ODI series.
Annabel Sutherland has also been on international duty playing in yesterday’s ODI as well as the recent T20I series against the West Indies.
Marcus Stoinis missed Australia’s opening match of the World Cup last night, after failing to recover in time from a hamstring complaint.
Glenn Maxwell made 15 runs and bowled an economical 0-33 from eight overs in Australia’s loss.
Haris Rauf impressed as Pakistan’s best bowler in their victory over the Netherlands taking 3-43 and even made a batting cameo striking 16 off 14.
Harry Brook looked threatening in England’s opening game of the tournament hitting 25 off 16 against New Zealand.
Beau Webster has been in fine from in both the Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup, hitting 62 in the first innings of Tasmania’s Shield game against South Australia and taking 4-32 in the second innings to help propel Tasmania to victory. The all-rounder then followed that up with a 42 off 27 and 1-45 with the ball in the corresponding Marsh Cup clash.
We’ve also seen some strong performances from Victorian-based Stars players in the Marsh Cup. Sam Harper fell just short of a century against New South Wales with 96 from 98 deliveries. Opener Tom Rogers has also hit 45 and 38 in the first two matches.
Meg Lanning was the shining light for Victoria as she made 51 from 48 balls in her WNCL return in late September. Sophie Reid also scored 32 in the match against Western Australia while Kim Garth took 2-36.