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Cricket news - Sixers snatch win in Super Over to make fourth WBBL final

Perry hit a fifty, picked up a wicket and then hit the winning six in Super Over.

If you thought the first semi-final of the WBBL 2018-19 was filled with drama in abundance, it turned out to be just the appetizer. The second semi-final between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Renegades ended in a draw at the Drummoyne Oval in Sydney, only for the Sixers to snatch victory in the Super Over, the Heat, in turn, their place in the final of the fourth edition against Brisbane - the fourth on the trot.

Three from the last ball, Sophie Molineux almost the hunt moved as the ball raced away to the boundary. A desperate leap of Erin Burns saved your page, the loss outright, what the thugs ran two runs, while two. Sarah Aley of the steps straight on to Alyssa Healy, which, in turn, the throw in to the non-striker caught the end of Molineux in short, with the Renegades only manage to a level achieved.

The renegades managed just six in the Super Over, the Sixers repelled with ease at the end, with Ellyse Perry smashing a six off the fourth ball to seal the victory.

The last-ball run-out had the renegades finish on 131 for 6, tied with the Sixers' overall, the hosts got it on the back of the Perry 54 unbeaten, with the support of Dane van Niekerk, who remained unbeaten on 51 from 36, adding 98 runs with their skipper, after they were reduced to 33 for 4 at one stage.

Molineux (55) then led the hunt Apostates, from the beginning, with a half-century, and together with Jessica Duffin (41) almost saw it was also a 45-run. But Healy's litter at the end of the game turned on its head.

Perry was instrumental in the Sixers' fate, because she was back the outstanding in the semi-final confrontation with a half-century, to deny 1 for 20, a run-out, a catch and a six, the Renegades their first shot in the finals.

Brief scores: Sydney Sixers women 131/4 in 20 overs (Ellyse Perry, 54*, Dane van Niekerk 51*) bound with Melbourne Renegades women 131/6 in 20 overs (Sophie Molineux 55, Jessica Duffin 41; Erin Burns 2-13). Sydney Sixers won in the Super Over.

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