EbeneInfo – AU – Proteas quick bows Thunder in WBBL semi-final

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SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – NOVEMBER 22: Shabnim Ismail du Tonnerre celebrates with his teammates after taking the wicket from Chloe Tryon of the Hurricanes during the WBBL Women’s Big Bash League game between the Sydney Thunder and the Hobart Hurricanes in Drummoyne Oval, November 22, 2020, in Sydney, Australia (Photo by Mark Metcalfe / Getty Images)

Proteas fast bowler Shabnim Ismail produced a stingy 3-for-10 spell to help the Sydney Thunder secure their place in the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) final with a victory over Hobart Hurricanes

Ismail’s spell hampered the Hurricanes’ efforts to get started and they would post a paltry 115 for 9 of their 20 overs

The Thunder have completed the galloping pursuit and have qualified for the final series which begins later this week

The 19 point balls sent by the Proteas stimulator are a new record for a Sydney Thunder bowler

Ismail brings much needed experience to a young Thunder squad and is happy to carry her share of the weight for the team’s cause, even in a franchise setup

“This season has been really tough… for the team, a lot of people are telling us why do we have such a young team?

« But I think the pipeline that we have and the responses that come to us just show what kind of character and how deep we have »

Ismail was delighted that their plans to put the Hurricanes in the background early had paid off

« We talked about being ruthless in the first six of the game, » she said, « I think we really did today. we put them on the back foot, which put us in the front seat

« We have great batting training and a great bowling line, it’s just for us to go out there believing in ourselves and performing those skills the best we can

« We would like to keep the momentum on our side … we want to do our best »

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Ismail is one of a number of Proteas competing in the WBBL and has taken 12 wickets in the competition to date, maintaining an economy rate of less than six races per over

Other Proteas doing well in the tournament are Marizanne Kapp (Sydney Sixers), Dane van Niekerk (Sydney Sixers), Mignon du Preez (Melbourne Stars), Laura Wolvaardt (Adelaide Strikers), Lizelle Lee (Melbourne Stars), Chloe Tryon (Hobart Hurricanes)

The Sydney Thunder will face the Brisbane Heat in the second WBBL semi-final on Thursday, November 26, while the Melbourne Stars and Perth Scorchers meet on Wednesday for the other place in the grand final

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EbeneInfo – AU – Proteas quick Thunder bowls in the WBBL semifinals

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