Hat-trick of sixes in the last over, won the exciting match by scoring a century, watch the tremendous video

The rising all-rounder of Australia, McGrath, with his brilliant century, made his senior all-rounder Ellyse Perry shine.

Tahlia McGrath scored 111 runs in 111 balls and led the team to victory.

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australian cricket team At present, women’s T20 and ODI are the world champions and the reason for this is more than one match winner present in the team. One of these is the star all-rounder Tahlia McGrath, McGrath, a right-arm medium pacer and middle-order explosive batsman, has done wonders in his short career and has won matches for Australia. At present, the Australian team is not playing, so McGrath is taking part in the domestic tournament and here he led the team to a hat-trick of sixes in an exciting way in a match.

Ellyse Perry scored a century

The Women’s National Cricket League, a women’s home ODI tournament, started in Australia from Friday 23 September. On the very first day the most exciting match was played between Victoria and Southern Australia. Australia had two excellent all-rounders in both the teams and both scored centuries. Victoria’s great all-rounder Alice Parry scored 117 runs and 20-year-old Annabel Sutherland also scored 110 runs with her, on the basis of which Victoria scored a score of 264.

McGrath created a sensation

Then came Australia’s emerging all-rounder McGrath. McGrath played an excellent innings, in which he also got little support from other batsmen. Despite this, the match looked out of reach for Southern Australia and 15 runs were needed from the last over. McGrath was on 93 and was 7 runs away from a century.

From here McGrath shows why he is called the superstar of the future. The dashing batsman not only completed his century with three consecutive sixes in the first three balls, but also won the match for the team.

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win in the last over

McGrath scored an unbeaten 111 off 111 balls, which included 7 fours and 4 sixes. In this too, 3 sixes came on the last three balls. Southern Australia won the match by 3 wickets and made an impressive start in the tournament.