The 2018 Kia Super League has only been up and running a week, and is already entertaining fans up and down the country.
With every team having played three games, defending champions Western Storm top the table on ten points, winning two of their opening three matches.
|Pos||Team||Played P||Won W||Lost L||Tied T||N/R||Net RR||Points Pts|
|1||Loughborough Lightning Loughborough Lightning||10||7||3||0||0||+1.361||33|
|2||Western Storm Western Storm||10||6||3||0||1||+0.919||30|
|3||Surrey Stars Surrey Stars||10||5||4||0||1||-0.404||24|
|4||Lancashire Thunder Lancashire Thunder||10||5||5||0||0||-0.825||21|
|5||Yorkshire Diamonds Yorkshire Diamonds||10||3||6||0||1||-0.290||15|
|6||Southern Vipers Southern Vipers||10||2||7||0||1||-0.490||10|
Let's take a look at some of the most stunning performances so far...
Rhythm of the Knight
On the first day of the 2018 Kia Super League, we saw defending champions Western Storm take on Yorkshire Diamonds in the blazing sunshine of Taunton, and England skipper Heather Knight delivered the goods for Storm. The captain scored 97 to ease her side to victory.
Star of the future?
The experience of Heather Knight shone early on, and Lancashire's epic contest with Yorkshire was the stage for youngster Ellie Threlkeld to announce herself. Will we see her donning the England jersey soon? If she keeps this up, quite possibly...
The joint-fastest half-century in a women's T20 match, and the fastest ever in a Kia Super League contest. Smriti Mandhana is bossing things for Western Storm early on in the 2018 competition. When their game against Loughborough Lightning was reduced to six overs per side, nobody expected what was to come from the India international...
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