England T20 League: In the Super League, Lizelle lee set the record for the fastest fifties by playing incredible innings. In the women’s T20 league released in England, Lee set a new record for a half-century off just 17 balls against Lancashire Thunder for Surrey Stars.
Lee’s half-century is the fastest half-century of the tournament. Lee, who completed a half-century off 17 balls, smashed 75 off 28 balls. At the same time, the captain of the team, Natalie Shiver, also showed her hands and gave her half-century on just 26 balls. Both of them shared a partnership of 127 off 51 balls for the first wicket.
Winning the toss and batting first, he took the opener for Surrey and Shivar started Atishi. Both batsmen added 127 runs in just 8.4 overs to bring the team to a big score. The match was reduced to 9-9 overs due to rain.
Surrey’s team scored a score of 132 runs in 9 overs at the loss of one wicket. Chasing this big target, the Lancashire Thunder team could reach only 97 runs after losing 7 wickets in 9 overs. Surrey was named by 35 runs. For Lancashire, Tahlia McGrath scored 41 runs off 19 balls but it was not enough for the team’s victory.
Stormy innings of Lizelle lee
In this match, South African batsman Lizelle lee scored 75 runs after facing just 28 balls. Her strike rate was above 267. A total of 13 fours and 3 sixes came off Lee’s bat in the innings. Cross took the wicket of Lee.