Stella Campbell gave her team a big win by 207 runs by bowling lethal on Thursday. In a match of Australia's Women's List-A tournament Women's National Cricket League, 19-year-old fast bowler Stella conceded just 25 runs in 8 overs and took 7 wickets. This is the second-best performance by a bowler in the history of the tournament. Playing first in the match, New South Wales scored 260 runs (NSW W vs ACT W). In response, the Australian Capitals team returned to the pavilion for just 53 runs.

Captain Rachel Haynes played a brilliant inning for New South Wales. He scored a century of 118 runs in 132 balls. Hit 13 fours and a six. Apart from this, Erin Burns contributed 34 runs. Although the team's 7 batsmen could not touch the double-figure. 19 runs came as extra. The entire team got out after scoring 260 runs in 49.5 overs. Amy Yates took 4 wickets for 56 runs.

10 batsmen did not reach the double figures

Chasing the target, the team of Australian Capitals got the first blow in the third over. After this, the whole team faltered. The team returned to the pavilion after scoring 53 runs in 16 overs i.e. 96 balls. Opener batsman Carly Leeson scored the highest 12 runs. None of the other 10 batsmen could reach the double figures. 12 runs were also found as extra. Stella Campbell made a maiden in 8 overs. Gave 25 runs and took 7 wickets. He bowled 3 batsmen.

New South Wales tried only 3 bowlers in the match. Metlan Brown took 2 wickets for 18 runs in 5 overs. Apart from this, Semi Johnson also got a wicket. This is also the team's third consecutive win. The team is on top of the table with 13 points.