In the second match of the Women’s Premier League, Delhi Capitals defeated Royal Challengers Bangalore by 60 runs. In this match played at the Brabourne Stadium, Delhi Capitals, batting first, scored 223 runs in the stipulated 20 overs. 

After this, the RCB team chasing the target got piled on 163 runs. The Delhi Capitals team presented a wonderful bowling performance after batting. For the team, associate Nation player Tara Norris took the first 5-wicket haul of the tournament and took the class of RCB batsmen.

DC vs RCB: Tara Norris took the first 5 wicket haul of the WPL tournament

In fact, in the second match of the Women’s Premier League, the Delhi Capitals team, batting first, helped the team score 223 runs on the basis of a strong half-century by Shefali Verma and captain Meg Lanning.

Shefali Verma scored 84 off 45 balls and Meg Lanning contributed 72 runs off 43 balls. So after this, Delhi team’s fast bowler Tara Norris gave shocks one after the other to the RCB team that came out to chase the target.

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Tara took the RCB team to a vulnerable position by taking 4 wickets in his first two overs. The wicket of RCB’s star player Alice Parry was also included in these four wickets. Tara gave Delhi a big success by bowling, she took 5 wickets for 29 runs in his four overs. Along with this, it was also the first 5 wicket haul of the tournament.

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In fact, the Delhi Capitals team landed with 5 foreign players against Royal Challengers Bangalore, because according to the rules of the Women’s Premier League, any team can give a player of an Associate Nation a chance in the playing XI as the fifth foreign player.

In such a situation, Delhi gave a chance to 5 foreign players including its captain Meg Lanning, Marijne Kapp, Alice Capsey, Jess Jonassen and Tara Norris.

Tara Norris is a 24-year-old USA player who was bought by Delhi Capitals for Rs 10 lakh in the Women’s IPL auction and is the only player from the Associated Nations to participate in the first season of the Women’s Premier League. In such a situation, everyone is praising her for the way she performed in his debut match.

By Ritik Sharma

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