CAN NAT STOP SCIVER
England's Nat Sciver led from the front to send her side into the Kia Super League final to face Loughborough Lightning. The 26-year-old hit a classy unbeaten 72, before taking two wickets, including the cool execution of the key final over, which saw her bowl Naomi Dattani.
The skipper then carved out a useful knock of 40 in the following final, meaning her hands were soon on the trophy...
LIZELLE LEE-VES LIGHTNING FEELING LOW
South Africa's experienced international Lizelle Lee used every bit of her knowledge to power through Loughborough Lightning's bowlers in the final. The 26-year-old authoritatively took herself to 104 off 58 balls, handing Surrey Stars the ascendency they needed.
STARS IN THEIR EYES
Loughborough Lightning were chasing the hefty total of 183, but when you're looking down the wicket at Surrey's in-form bowlers, the chase got a whole lot harder. Dane van Niekerk and Mady Villiers were the big contributors for the 2018 champions, collecting three wickets each on an epic day.
A HOME FROM HOVE
A final word goes to the immense crowd that packed themselves into Hove and brought a sensational atmosphere on a memorable Kia Super League Finals Day. Surrey Stars reigned supreme, and it was an afternoon enjoyed by young and old, and we look forward to seeing you again in 2019 to see if Stars can defend their crown...
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