New Zealand‘s woman cricketer Sophie Devine was in a breathtaking form as she took to the field in the Women’s Super Smash T20 tournament in a game between Otago Women and Wellington Women. She scored a blistering century in the game as her innings ended up on 108 runs off just 38 balls.
Sophie Devine smashed the fastest hundred in the history of women’s T20 cricket. Her knock was studded with 9 fours and 9 sixes as Wellington Women cruised to the target of 129 runs in just 8.4 overs. The fact that Sophie scored more than 83% of the entire chase herself, goes on to show the fashion in which she scored those runs.
Watch: Sophie Devine Blesses A Young Fan With Her Love
However, Sophie’s moment of joy turned out to be a young fan’s misery. Sophie reached her hundred with a six but the same ball landed right on the head of a young girl who was in the stands watching the game. As soon as the game came to a close, Sophie Devine rushed to the girl to check if she was okay or not.
It was noted that the young girl was absolutely fine and she did not suffer any major blow to her head. Sophie Devine then made the fan’s day by sitting alongside her and clicking some pictures with her. Indeed, it might have been one of the best days for the young girl, who, despite being hit on the head, went home happily.
Watch the video of the incident here:
🧢 📸 A hat and a snap.
All class from @sophdevine77 post-match. She went and sat with the fan who was hit during her innings.
— WHITE FERNS (@WHITE_FERNS) January 14, 2021
Wellington Women Right On Top Of The Points Table Of The Women’s Super Smash
Wellington Women are right on top of the Women’s Super Smash points table after the win against Otago Women last night. Out of the 4 games played so far, Wellington Women have gone on to win 3 games and lost just a single match. On the second place, Auckland Women grab the spot with 3 wins and 1 loss in the four games so far.
Northern Districts Women are on the third place having played 5 games so far. They have won three games but lost 2 matches. Canterbury Women are on the fourth spot having played 3 games and winning just 2 out of them. Otago Women take the second last spot with 2 wins and 2 losses in the four games so far. Central Districts Women are on the absolute bottom of the points table with no win in 6 games so far.