LAUREN Bell and Kalea Moore took three wickets as Southern Brave bowled the Northern Super Chargers out at Lords to win their first Hundred title in their third consecutive final.

After winning the toss and bowling the Superchargers were bowled out for 105 from 94 balls in pursuit of 140. Runs from Danni Wyatt and Georgia Adams rescued the Brave from their position of 8-2 in the first innings.

Lauren Bell had the wicket of Marie Kelly's second ball as she uprooted her stumps via the batter’s pads. Bell added a second wicket when Kemp caught Phoebe Litchfield at deep midwicket taking the ball at full stretch above her head.

Rhianna Southby continued her fine form behind the stumps with a rapid stumping of Superchargers captain Hollie Armitage off the bowling of Kalea Moore, with the score on 35.

Tryon dropped a difficult chance off Bess Heath on the midwicket boundary. Tryon rectified the situation as she dismissed Heath stumped for 13 on the 49th ball of the innings.

Captain Anya Shrubsole, playing in her final match for brave, dismissed Alice Davidson-Richards for three trapping the batter lbw.

Bouchier took a blinding catch flying in from the long-on boundary and diving full length to dismiss Georgia Wareham off Tryon.

Moore then had Jemimah Rodrigues caught at cover with just 27 balls left and 62 to win. The opener had been starved of strike facing just 14 balls for her 24 runs. Six balls later Moore had Leah Dobson stumped for three.

Bell had Lucy Higham caught for the eighth wicket and Bell finished the run out of Grace Ballinger shortly after to secure Southern Braves first women’s Hundred title.

In the first innings, Smriti Mandhana was caught at gully off the bowling of Grace Bellinger with the second ball of the match. Maia Bouchier followed shortly after, dancing down the wicket to Kate Cross as she miscued her shot and was caught at cover.

Danni Wyatt pulled in the slack as she pushed on scoring nine fours and a six for her 59(38). Wyatt’s afternoon at crease was cut short in a freakish dismissal. Georgia Adams leathered a delivery back at Wyatt who, taking evasive action, chipped the ball to bowler Cross off her bat. The bowler under-armed the ball onto the stumps to run out non-striker.

Adams contributed 27(28) and was dropped on the midwicket boundary the delivery before Wyatt’s departure. Adams repeated the shot eight balls later with Georgia Wareham pouching the catch off the bowling of Lucy Higham.

Freya Kemp added valuable runs scoring five boundaries for her 31 runs, before chopping onto her stumps off Cross with four balls left of the innings.

Cross had her third wicket when Chloe Tryon holed out the deep mid-wicket on the 98th delivery.