WPL 2024: Smriti Mandhana and Ellyse Perry help RCB post huge score on the board

Royal CHallengers Bangalore posted a massive score on the board against UP Warriorz during the final leg of Bangalore matches in the Women's Premier League 2024

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It is the final game of the season for the loyal RCB fans at the Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru. The next phase of matches moves to New Delhi including the playoffs and the finals of the season. 


UP Warriorz won the toss and put RCB into bat first as they wanted to make use of the best conditions while chasing. It turned out to be a massive mistake as Smriti Mandhana showed why she is considered a dangerous batter across formats. 

Ellyse Perry also finally showed what she is capable of with the bat. The veteran Australian batter scored an amazing half-century to help take RCB to an imposing total of 198/3 from their 20 overs. 

Twin half-centuries power RCB to huge score – 


S Meghana and Smriti Mandhana came out to bat and put the UP bowling to the sword during the WPL 2024 game on Monday. The opening pair added 51 runs in just 5.3 overs before Anjali Sarvani removed Meghana for 28. 


The next 64 balls it was the Mandhana and Perry show as the pair added 95 runs for the 2nd wicket. None of the bowlers were spared as they were taken to the cleaners to all parts of the ground. 

Bowlers like Rajeshwari Gayakwad, Sophie Ecclestone, and Deepti Sharma were taken to task. Both batters showed their aggressive intent as they used their feet well against the bowlers and scored boundaries at will.  

Just as it looked like the RCB skipper was set for a century, Mandhana was out for 80 to Deepti Sharma. Her knock came off 50 balls with 10 fours and 3 sixes as she got a massive round of applause from the home fans. 

Ellyse Perry then found good support Richa Ghosh who was not out on 21 runs off 10 balls. The Australian scored 58 runs off just 37 balls with four boundaries and four sixes as the RCB unit ended their final game of the season with the bat in front of their home fans on a high note. 

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