The Supernovas defeated the Trailblazers by 49 runs in the first Women’s T20 Challenge match.

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The Supernovas defeated the Trailblazers by 49 runs in the first Women’s T20 Challenge match.

Harmanpreet Kaur’s Supernovas defeated the Trailblazers by 49 runs at the MCA Stadium in Pune, kicking off their season in spectacular fashion.

Harmapreet Kaur, captain of the Supernovas, spoke on the significance of collaboration after her side defeated the Trailblazers by 49 runs in the first match of the 2022 Women’s T20 Challenge at the MCA Stadium in Pune. Deandra Dottin and Priya Punia put up 50 runs for the first wicket off 30 balls to get the Supernovas off to a flying start.

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“We bowled pretty well in the second innings the way we wanted to.” We were able to carry out anything we had planned. For us, it was a true test. We were maybe 20 runs short. We were losing wickets whenever I considered executing myself. That’s why I had to stick around and hunt for one and two. We must seek collaboration. Harleen and I couldn’t do it after Harleen and me, Harmanpreet explained.

Harmanpreet also praised Pooja Vastrakar, who earned the Player of the Match award for her four-wicket haul. The Supernovas held the Trailblazers to 113/9 as a result of her spell.

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Supernovas Pooja Vastrakar

“Pooja performed admirably for us, beyond our expectations. All we have to do now is repeat the motion. You’re delighted and comfortable after winning the game. “I don’t believe we’re exhausted since we won,” she continued.

Vastrakar also hit a useful 12-ball 14 with one four, capping up the Supernovas’ innings. On Tuesday, May 24, the Supernovas will meet the Velocity.

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