Ireland’s premier domestic women’s cricket competition – the Arachas Super Series – is set to be ‘bigger and better than ever in 2022 as the series reverts to a three-team format. The teams competing are Dragons, Scorchers and Typhoons .
A century for captain Gaby Lewis, only the eighth in the competition’s history, and her third, along with a 5-fer from Bhavi Devchand helped the Scorchers claim back-to-back Arachas Super Series 50-over Cup titles
The Scorchers left Oak Hill on Sunday as winners of the Arachas Super 20 Trophy, once again showcasing their dominance. The Dragons completed their third win in four games as the Typhoons completed a winless campaign.
A 90-ball century to newly-named interim Irish captain Gaby Lewis led the Scorchers to a comprehensive victory over the second-placed Dragons in the Arachas Super 50 Cup today at Oak Hill Cricket Ground.
A confident all-round batting and bowling display by the Dragons – led by debutant Arlene Kelly – saw the team in red record their first win of the season over the Typhoons in the Arachas Super 50 Cup today at Lisburn Cricket Club.
Arachas Super Series side the Scorchers have welcomed back Zimbabwean-born Australian Bhavi Devchand as their overseas player for the 2022 season. Devchand was part of the Scorchers squad that finished second behind the Dragons in 2019.