PWS-W vs TBB-W: Powerhouse Sharks Women will go against Tafea Blackbirds Women in the playoff finals. Both the teams have done well in the tournament and would be looking to win the game. The winner of the match will book a meeting against the table-toppers Mele Bulls Women in the final game of the Vanuatu Women’s Super League.
Tafea Blackbirds was the second-best team of the league stage and exceptional all-round display from their captain Melisa Fare led them to victories in four games. On the other hand, Tafea could manage fewer wins than Powerhouse. The match could prove to be an interesting one as the winner of the game could present a stiff challenge against the finalists Bull who have all their games enroute final.
When: Vanuatu Cricket Ground – Second Ova
Where: 25th April, 3:30 AM IST
Powerhouse Sharks Women News
Unavailable: There are no injuries or unavailability as per the latest reports.
Possible combination: M Kenni who also dons the gloves for the club, will play a pivotal role in the top order for the side. J Avock and J Kalwatman are expected to provide strength to the team in the high order. The skipper Melisa Fare will be pivotal for the team with her late blitz. He will also lead the bowling department supported by J Napuat and K David.
PWS-W Playing 11- (Expected): Merielle Kenni, Melisa Fare (C), Judith Avock, Joana Kalwatman, Jenny Napuat, Maeva Vira, Jacklyn John, Glenda Kaiapam, Renisha Shem, Vanessa Vira, Melanie Shem.
Tafea Blackbirds Women News
Unavailable: There have been no updates on any injury.
Probable combination: S Kenni and L Semo are expected to handle the balance of the side in the top order. The consistency of both the players will be pivotal for the team.
They will be supported by A Toropi who is also expected to be a game-changer that will ball in her hand. E Kalosin will provide the fireworks at the end and is also likely to throw a few balls. The bowling department will be led by E John.
TBB-W Playing 11- (Expected): Eslyn John, Assenata Toropi (C), Liath Kaloruk, Shania Kenni, Ruth Kaltonga, Linda Kenni, Nasimana Navaika, Jackyne Wayne, Lyne Jeffrey, Kimberley Seikiai, Annie Kalran
PWS-W Squad: Merielle Kenni, Melisa Fare (C), Judith Avock, Joana Kalwatman, Jenny Napuat, Maeva Vira, Jacklyn John, Glenda Kaiapam, Renisha Shem, Vanessa Vira, Melanie Shem, Kenina David, Leiwia Wesly, Alice Pakoa, Jane Jackson, Lisa Solomon, Melody John, Melody Nalin, Lina Fred.
TBB-W Squad: Eslyn John, Assenata Toropi (C), Liath Kaloruk, Shania Kenni, Ruth Kaltonga, Linda Kenni, Nasimana Navaika, Jackyne Wayne, Lyne Jeffrey, Kimberley Seikiai, Annie Kalran, Sarah Navaika, Elisa Kalosin, Maret Jerry, Losalyne Semo, Mareth Shem.
Here we are listing some players who might prove to be the game-changer and could provide an extra edge to your fantasy side.
Melisa Fare: 11 wickets and 84 runs in four matches.
M Kenni: 39 runs in the last match along with valuable addition behind the wickets.
M Vira: four wickets in four matches and potential for a late blitz towards the rear end of the innings.
V Vira: Vira could be a game-changer for Blackbirds. She took four wickets in the only game she played.
E John: Six wickets in the tournament.
Keeper – Merielle Kenni (VC)
Batsmen – Judith Avock, Shania Kenni, Joana Kalwatman,
All-Rounders – Maeva Vira, Assenata Toropi, Melisa Fare (C),
Bowlers –Jackyne Wayne, Eslyn John, Melanie Shem, Renisha Shem.