Dynamites thrash Challengers to win Women's Pakistan Cup.

KARACHI -- Sidra Nawaz starred with an unbeaten century as Dynamites beat Challengers to lift the trophy of Pakistan Cup Women's Cricket Tournament 2022-23 on Sunday.

Spinners Ghulam Fatima and Nashra Sundhu shared seven wickets between them to help Dynamites seal a 132-run win against Omaima-Sohail-led Challengers at the State Bank Stadium in Karachi.

The match, which was live-streamed on PCB's YouTube channel, saw Sidra Amin-led Dynamites pocket PKR1million as the winners' prize money while Challengers had to settle for PKR 0.5million.

This was Dynamites' second successive win over Challengers in the one-day tournament final, after beating them in the 2018 edition by 190 runs at the Multan Cricket Stadium.

Batting first, Dynamites managed to score 211 for six in their 45 overs. After losing Khadija Chishti (10, 36b, 1x4) in the 10th over, player of the tournament Sidra Amin was joined by wicketkeeper-batter Sidra Nawaz and the pair added 52 runs for the second wicket.

After the departure of Sidra Amin (38, 57b, 4x4s), who ended up with a tally of 269 runs in the one-day phase, Sidra Nawaz kept one end intact and played shots at will. She brought her and the tournament's first century, returning undefeated on 103 off 112 deliveries, which included 13 boundaries.


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