Alyssa Healy has delivered a bit of brilliance in the field to run out her Australian international teammate Beth Mooney and help inspire her Northern Superchargers side to their first victory in this year's Women's Hundred.
Healy's airborne dismissal of Mooney, who's already shown such impressive form in England's novel 100-ball-a-side competition, proved the turning point in the Superchargers' five-run win over London Spirit at Headingley on Sunday.
Spirit's pursuit of 4-127 was going along smoothly enough at 1-54 with Mooney still looking in control when she had a mix-up in running with her second-wicket partner Amelia Kerr.
Turning for the second run, Mooney was in trouble when the throw from midwicket from Beth Langston looked to have reprieved her because it was thrown inaccurately, wide and high to wicketkeeper Healy.
But the Australian World Cup star Healy leapt high to her left and not only collected it but simultaneously managed to flick an underarm throw that hit the stumps and left Mooney stranded, out for a menacing 30 off 20 balls.
From that point, the run chase was always in trouble, especially when Danielle Gibson top-edged Alice Davidson-Richards to fine leg next ball.
Spirit ended up needing 13 off the final series of five and despite an excellent effort from Sophie Luff, the visitors fell short.
Earlier, Bess Heath had been key for the Superchargers, with a blistering 57 off 34 deliveries featuring 10 boundaries digging her side out of trouble.
Healy had also played her part with the bat, smashing 22 off 16 including one huge six over long-on before she perished, seriously annoyed with herself, after plonking a juicy full-toss off Kerr straight into Alice Monaghan's hands on the boundary.
Mooney was the big prize for Healy, though, as she had begun looking ready to demolish the target in her first innings since her brilliant 97no against Southern Brave.
In the later game, another of Australia's gold-medal winning Commonwealth Games squad, Amanda-Jade Wellington, played an important part in Southern Brave's 12-run victory over reigning champions, Oval Invincibles.
At the Oval, the spin trio of Georgia Adams, Danni Wyatt and Wellington all stood up for Brave.
Adams and Wyatt both took 2-16, with Wellington providing important support with her 1-33, ensuring that Invincibles were restricted to 7-141 in pursuit of 8-153.
Australian Associated Press
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