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Tash Farrant strikes for Western Fury in WNCL

Monday 31st October 2016

Women

Tash Farrant took four wickets in two matches for Western Fury in the Women’s National Cricket League.

The left-armer from Sevenoaks took 3/59 in ten overs after Queensland Fire won the toss and batted first.

Farrant was stranded on one not out as Fury lost by just six runs.

On Saturday, the 20-year-old opened the bowling and took 1/37 in ten overs as Fury lost to league leaders NSW Breakers inspired by Ellyse Perry who scored a century in Sydney.

The hosts posted 250-7 at Rooty Hill after winning the toss before dismissing Fury for 143 with Farrant the final wicket to fall for 6.

Charlotte Edwards helped South Australia Scorpions to a 62-run win against Victoria Spirit in Lindisfarne on Saturday before a 33-run Duckworth-Lewis defeat v ACT Meteors in Canberra on Sunday.

The Scorpions sit fourth in the seven-team league after five matches.

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