Sophie Devine Smacks Fastest Century Breaking all Records- 36 ball Hundred

Sophie Devine Smacks Fastest Century

Sophie Devine Smacks Fastest Century today on 14th January Scoring 36 ball 100. Sophie Devine has been in her prime form since the start of 2020. Sophie Devine not only surpassed the fastest century record of Deandra Dottin who had the fastest century in her name. (Deandra Dottin held the record of fastest century scoring 100 in 38 balls against South Africa).

Smashing 38 balls 108, Sophie Devine scored her 6th Century which is also a new World Record, she overtook Suzie Bates (five) and Alyssa Healy (five) on the list of most T20 hundreds in women’s cricket. This just shows the immense form Sophie Devine is in.

Today in a game in New Zealand Cricket Women’s Twenty20 Otago women gave a target of 129. Sophie Devine and Maddy Green opened the chased for Wellington women. Sophie Devine just went blizzard scoring 21 balls 50 and then continued the form to torn-in the opponent scoring the fastest century off 36 balls. Sophie Devine’s knock-on Thursday was studded with nine sixes and as many fours. Wellington Chased the target in just under 9 overs with the help of Devine’s Brilliant Knock.

When asked how she felt about an innings like this after returning to the field following the quarantine-enforced break, Devine said: “I was really nervous this morning, I think when you have a bit of an extended break away from the game you get nervous about can you come back into it. So it’s nice just to spend some time in the middle and get a few out of the screws.

“For me it was just about playing smart cricket so knowing where my gaps were, trying to manipulate the field. I sort of knew where they would bowl so if I could manipulate myself around the crease, I’d open up areas of the field. Pleased with the way it went today.

“Sometimes I get a little bit carried away and we’ve probably seen it a little bit, and I get a bit over-eager and play some rash shots. So it’s nice to stick to some decent cricket shots today and finish the job.”

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