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South Africa Women cricketer Lizelle Lee has given the Melbourne Stars a massive chance of an upset in the match against Sydney Sixers/Getty Images

South Africa Women batswoman Lizelle Lee blistering hundred against Sydney Sixers in Women’s Big Bash League. However, the batswoman hit a huge six over the long-on region where a spectator grabbed a solid catch. The fan took a good catch while diving towards his left.

Earlier in the day, Sydney Sixers Women skipper Ellyse Perry won the toss and elected to bat first. The opening duo started the innings brilliantly adding 108 runs for the first wicket within the twelveth over. Ellyse Perry scored 58 runs while her partner wicket-keeper batswoman Alyssa Healy scored  70 runs.

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Meanwhile, after the sudden breakthrough, the other players couldn’t impose pressure on the bowler of Stars. They lost the last five wickets after adding 57 runs on the scoreboard. However, Sixers managed to score 165 runs with the loss of seven wickets at the end of 20 overs. Nicola Hancock was the pick of the bowlers who bagged four wickets in the innings.

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While chasing down the target, Stars wicketkeeper Lizelle Lee and her partner Angela Reakes added 87 runs for the first wicket. Moreover, the middle-order failed to score runs, but later Mignon du Preez contributed some vital 33 runs to win the game with 16 balls to spare. Lee slammed an excellent century and also added 76 with Preez for the fourth wicket.

Ellyse Perry
(Photo by Scott Barbour – CA/Cricket Australia/Getty Images)

Furthermore, Lizelle Lee made her first T20 hundred against Sydney Sixers and helped her team to win the game by seven wickets. It was a massive show from her, and she will try to put up some more magic to help her team to win the title.

Watch the massive six from Lizelle Lee:

Lizelle Lee so far has played 73 ODIs and 57 T20Is for South Africa scoring 2291 and 1165 runs respectively. She had two ODI centuries and 16 half-centuries to her name.

Arijit Chatterjee

An avid sports lover