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50 overs: Typhoons lost to Scorchers by 82 runs
Oak Hill, 9 June.
Scorchers 222/8 (50 overs: Sophie MacMahon 39, Gaby Lewis 39, Leah Paul 35, Shauna Kavanagh 29; Freya Sargent 3-48)
Typhoons 140 (36.4 overs: Laura Delany 55, Alice Tector 3-21; Aimee Maguire 3-32, Sophie MacMahon 2-34)
The Scorchers recorded an 82-run win against the Typhoons in tough conditions at Oak Hill. Runs for Gaby Lewis and Sophie MacMahon - who both scored 39 - as well as Leah Paul (35) and Shauna Kavanagh (29) helped the Scorchers to 222 for 8 - three wickets for Clontarf spinner Freya Sargent. The Typhoons chase never really gained any momentum as they were dismissed for 140, despite a half century for Laura Delany. Alice Tector impressed with three wickets, while there were scalps too for Aimee Maguire (3-32) and Sophie MacMahon (2-34).
50 overs: Scorchers beat Dragons by 3 wickets
Oak Hill, 2 June.
Dragons 179/9 ( 50 overs , Orla Prendergast 53, Arlene Kelly 52, Alice Tector 3-22, Sophie MacMahon 2-22, Jane Maguire 2-35)
Scorchers 180/7 (44 overs, Gaby Lewis 90*, Leah Paul 44, Alana Dalzell 2-26, Cara Muray 2-31, Arlene Kelly 2-40)
Gaby Lewis put in a Player of the Match performance to lead the Scorchers to a three-wicket win against the Dragons at Oak Hill. Batting first the Dragons were in early trouble at 22 for 4, but were rescued by a fifth wicket stand of 92 between Orla Prendergast (53) and Arlene Kelly (52) to get them up to 179. Alice Tector picked up three wickets, while there were two apiece for Irish internationals Sophie MacMahon and Jane Maguire. Alana Dalzell (2-26) struck two early blows in the chase, but Gaby Lewis and Leah Paul (44) steadied the ship with a third wicket stand of 102. Cara Murray and Arlene Kelly kept things interesting with two wickets each, and at 157 for 7 the door was open. However, Lewis stood firm, as her unbeaten 90 (9 fours, 1 six) sealed the 3-wicket win with six overs left.
50 overs: Dragons beat Typhoons by 21 runs
CIYMS, 26 May.
Dragons 184/9 (45 overs: Amy Hunter 69, Lara McBride 3-18, Georgina Dempsey 3-22, Freya Sargent 2-32)
Typhoons 163 (37 overs: Rebecca Stokell 60, Joanna Loughran 29, Laura Delany 23; Cara Murray 5-42, Alana Dalzell 2-16, Arlene Kelly 2-18)
Cara Murray took five wickets as The Dragons beat The Typhoons by 21 runs
A half century from Amy Hunter and a five-wicket haul by Cara Murray inspired the Dragons to a 21-run win over defending champions Typhoons in a rain-affected Super Series opener at Belmont. Irish international Hunter hit six boundaries in a top score of 69, adding 45 for the 3rd wicket with fellow international Orla Prendergast as the Dragons posted 184 for 9 - Alana Dalzell making an unbeaten 19 too. There were three wickets for Georgia Dempsey and Lara McBride, while Freya Sargent took two. Dalzell (2-16) removed openers Ava Canning and Sarah Forbes, but a third wicket stand of 44 between Joanna Loughran (29) and Laura Delany (23) looked to be steering the Typhoons to a winning position. The turning point was a stunning outfield catch by Prendergast to dismiss Irish captain Delany, the first of five wickets for leg-spinner Cara Murray (5-42).Typhoons captain Rebecca Stokell ploughed a lonely furrow hitting 5 fours and the game's only maximum in her 60 from 51 balls, but chopped on from Arlene Kelly (2-21) as the Typhoons were bowled out for 163 in 37 overs.
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