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Surrey Stars take on Loughborough Lightning in the 12th game of the Women’s Super League 2019 edition.
Surrey Stars vs Loughborough Lightning
August 14, 19:00 (IST)
County Ground, Guilford
Georgia Elwiss (c), Jenny Gunn, Amy Ellen Jones, Chamari Athapaththu, Mignon du Preez, Hayley Matthews, Kathryn Bryce, Kirstie Gordon, Sarah Glenn, Lucy Higham, Georgia Adams, Tara Norris, Abigail Freeborn, Alice Monaghan, Joanne Gardner, AC Jayangani
Laura Marsh, Sarah Taylor, Marizanne Kapp, Dane van Niekerk, Natalie Sciver (c), Lizelle Lee, Bryony Smith, Grace Gibbs, Aylish Cranstone, Hannah Jones, Eva Gray, Mady Villiers, Rhianna Southby, Gwenan Davies, Amy Gordon
Loughborough Lightning: Currently placed at fourth spot in the table, the Lightning have a good chance of making it into the play-offs.
Amy Ellen Jones and Hayley Matthews have done the majority of the scoring for the Lightning.
Du Preez, Jayangani and captain Elwiss haven’t been amongst the runs and will need to get their acts together soon.
Sarah Glenn has been the standout with the ball with five wickets at an economy of 5.25.
HK Matthews, AE Jones, AC Jayangani, GA Elwiss (c), M du Preez, GL Adams, JL Gunn, KE Bryce, S Glenn, T Norris, KL Gordon
Surrey Stars: The defending champs currently sit second in the table with two wins out of two.
Veteran batter Sarah Taylor has led from the front with the likes of Lizelle Lee, Natalie Sciver and Dane van Niekerk chipping in with handy runs.
Dane van Niekerk has also been performing on the bowling front well aided by the likes of Kapp, Marsh, and Villiers.
L Lee, BF Smith, SJ Taylor, NR Sciver (c), D van Niekerk, M Kapp, A Cranstone, LA Marsh, GM Davies, MK Villiers, A Gordon
Sarah Taylor: Top scorer for the stars, one fifty (61) in two games.
Dane Van Niekerk: Inform allrounder, four wickets in the tournament so-far at 6.00
Hayley Matthews: 54 runs with the bat and also taken two wickets.
Amy Ellen Jones: Highest run-scorer for Lightning with 123 runs.