After a dismal 2022, success has come to Cardiff via increased interaction between the men and women
BBC viewers will finally get to see Welsh Fire’s women play this weekend. The Cardiff side weren’t allotted a live broadcast from the group games, unfortunate given they have contributed most of the highlights on their side of the tournament. On Sunday, they secured their place in the knockout stages, having lost one of their first six games, and will now face Northern Superchargers – to whom they lost on Tuesday – in Saturday’s eliminator at the Oval.
Their five wins this season are almost twice as many as they had previously registered in the tournament’s history. Last year brought a single consolatory victory, although that was one more than the men’s side managed. If wooden spoons were looking for a brand ambassador, Welsh Fire would be it.
Written by Emma John
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2023/aug/23/the-spin-tammy-beaumont-welsh-fire-the-hundred-cricket under the title “The Spin | Tammy Beaumont 3.0 is a sight to behold for Welsh Fire in the Hundred”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.