Rhianna Southby breaks Hundred record in Southern Brave win over Northern Superchargers at Ageas Bowl.

Southern Brave dominated the first innings having won the toss and elected to field.

Rhianna Southby became the first keeper to be involved in four dismissals in a women’s Hundred match when she took two catches and two stumpings. 

Anya Shrubsole extracted plenty of swing as she dismissed Phoebe Litchfield and Jemimah Rodrigues Caught behind and bowled respectively in the first 17 balls. 

Georgia Adams contributed 3, snicking off Alice Davidson-Richards, stumping Hollie Armitage, and completing a return catch to dismiss Leah Dobson. 

Chloe Tryon and Lauren Bell shared the other 3 wickets as the Brave restricted the Superchargers to just 100 runs from as many balls. 

Brave were in control of their chase and the result looked to be safe, but a steady flow of wickets prevented them from wrapping the fixture up early. 

Maia Bouchier top scored with 31 falling caught and bowled to Linsey Smith. Openers Danni Wyatt and Smriti Mandhana scored 20 and 19 respectively, both caught in the outfield. 

Aussie bowler Georgia Wareham dismissed Adam’s for 3 and Freya Kemp for 2 as the Brave stumbled to the total 5 wickets down.

Chloe Tryon finished the match with a four with 13 balls remaining.