Kia Super League
The 2019 Kia Super League starts on 6 August and will see all six teams playing each other twice in a league format. The top three teams qualify for finals day at Hove on 1 September, with the second- and third-placed sides competing for the chance to face the first-placed league winners in the final.
|Pos||Team||Played P||Won W||Lost L||Tied T||N/R||Net RR||Points Pts|
|1||Western Storm Western Storm||10||9||1||0||0||+1.109||39|
|2||Loughborough Lightning Loughborough Lightning||10||7||3||0||0||+0.792||32|
|3||Southern Vipers Southern Vipers||10||4||4||1||1||+0.425||22|
|4||Yorkshire Diamonds Yorkshire Diamonds||10||5||5||0||0||-0.456||20|
|5||Surrey Stars Surrey Stars||10||3||6||0||1||-0.857||16|
|6||Lancashire Thunder Lancashire Thunder||10||0||9||1||0||-1.194||2|
Kia Super League points explained
A win with a bonus point results in five points in total being awarded to the victorious team. Wins without a bonus point are worth four points in total. In the event of a tied match or no result, both teams are awarded two points. Teams do not receive points for a loss. The team that achieves a run rate of 1.25 times that of the opposition shall be awarded one bonus point. A team’s run rate will be calculated by reference to the runs scored in an innings divided by the number of overs faced.