Lizelle Lee’s 68 won Laura Woolvardt’s 75 not out as Manchester Originals got just their second win of the period, pursuing down the 127-run focus with 14 balls and eight wickets to save.
Woolvardt was the top-scorer in the game – without any help driving Northern Superchargers’ innings after Hannah Jones figured out how to dispose of the competition’s driving run-getter Jemimah Rodrigues efficiently. As Originals skipper Kate Cross went through the Superchargers’ top-request with her three-fer, Woolvardt hit ten limits and a six in her 51-ball thump to counterbalance the helpless beginning.
Down to 16 for 4 out of 19 conveyances, Woolvardt put on a 38-run remain with Sterre Kalis to take the side past the 50-run mark prior to manufacturing another sided remain of an unbeaten 72-run with Linsey Smith who made just 17.
Lee gave Originals the ideal beginning with a 40-ball 68 to deal with most of the pursuit. She put on a fifty-run opening stand with Emma Lamb and afterward added another 52 with her previous South African captain Mignon du Preez (24 not out) to help Originals to 102 in only 70 conveyances prior to being excused. Lee hit 13 limits and a six in her thump.