Plenty of Perth Scorchers players featured prominently during Round Eight of the Female A-Grade T20 Competition.
We take a look at all the performances by the Scorchers girls.
Piepa Cleary: South Perth
Cleary was vital in the tight victory making contributions with both bat and ball. Cleary claimed 1-8 from her four overs, including two maiden overs, then recorded 22 from 23 balls batting at number three.
Katie Hartshorn: South Perth
Hartshorn had mixed fortunes on Sunday, making a golden duck with bat in hand, before returning strongly to take 2-13 from her four overs.
Emily Smith: University
Completed two stumpings in the loss to South Perth.
Heather Graham: Subiaco Floreat
Graham was proved important again for her side in their narrow loss. She managed a run-a-ball 23, before turning in a strong bowling performance, taking 2-18 opening the bowling.
Emma King: Subiaco Floreat
Captain Emma King had a disappointing day in her sides loss, being dismissed for 1 batting at four, before not taking a wicket from her four overs. Her side went down by six wickets.
Chloe Piparo: Midland-Guildford
Piparo again showed her importance at the top of the order, holding her bat to be unbeaten on 34, as her side reached the total of 93. Piparo struck two boundaries in her knock, which lasted 41 balls.
Nicole Bolton: Australia
Nicole Bolton was impressive today for the Southern Stars making 34, in the side’s total of 260. Bolton is missing from club duty due to her national commitments.
Elyse Villani: Australia
Villani has been important for the Southern Stars throughout their series against South Africa. She made 13 not out today to push the sides total to an impressive 260.