Alyssa Healy won her fourth WBBL ton in the Sydney Sixers win over the Melbourne Stars© Twitter
Alyssa healy scored a century for the Sydney Sixers in Sunday’s Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) game against the Melbourne Stars at the North Sydney Oval. The Sixers won by five wickets. Reaching her ton, she was applauded by supporters and teammates in the stadium, as well as her husband. Mitchell starc. The Aussie pacemaker was present at the site and could be seen clapping for her, as she slammed a four to reach her century with just 48 balls. The official tournament grip shared a highlight of Healy reaching the century, and captioned it as, “HEALY HUNDRED! She conjures up a great century with just 48 balls. What a legend # WBBL06”.
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Healy and Starc got engaged in 2015 and tied the knot in April 2016. The duo reportedly met for the first time when they were just nine years old.
This was Healy’s fourth hundred WBBLs. The 30-year-old slammed 111 runs from 52 deliveries, at a strike rate of 213.46. She also scored 15 fours and six sixes. She was fired by Tess Flintoff.
Healy’s Tonne was also the WBBL’s fourth-fastest century. She hit her hundred from just 48 balls.
It was a consolation win for the Sixers, who had a rather mediocre campaign but managed to secure a victory over the table winners. The Sixers missed out on playoff spots, due to net run rate.
Sydney finished the regular season in fifth place, with six wins in 14 games. They have lost six matches. Meanwhile, Melbourne Stars finished at the top of the table, with eight wins in 14 games, dropping three games.
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