We're six games down and the Kia Super League is continuing to thrill - who is impressing you the most in the competition so far?
|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|
Here's what you may have missed from the second week...
Indian international Harmanpreet Kaur was making her debut for Lancashire Thunder against Surrey Stars. With four runs needed from the final two balls to win the contest, she did something that stunned the Kia Oval...
Could Nat be stopped!
In the same game, England's Natalie Sciver was smacking some delicious shots away for boundaries as she made 95 off 57 balls. Although she was on the losing side, her innings was one of the best bits of week two, without a doubt.
Can Smriti Mandhana get any better? The form player in the 2018 Kia Super League has been at it again in the early parts of August. The left-hander smashed 102 from 64 balls to help Western Storm beat Lancashire Thunder, before she top scored with 56 to blow Yorkshire Diamonds away.
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