Rain ruined the WBBL double-headed ball at Invermay Park in Launceston as the Hobart Hurricanes beat the Adelaide Strikers after 16 overs.
While the Melbourne Stars faced the Brisbane Heat without a ball.
Strikers got off to a great start in the early game when Darcie Brown’s Newball lightning bolt put the Hurricanes on the back foot. She bounced off Ruth Johnston in race three and then forced a Rachel Priest reporting error in race five.
Richa Ghosh was tricked by a beautiful fake un and rated an lbw, even though she was touching and hitting the stump of her leg.
Du Preez fell by 39 when the rain fell, with Naomi Stalenberg not bothering at 21. The rain was relentless. And there was no prospect of resumption of play before the second doubles header game, which began at 2 pm.
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