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Perry created a world record! Fastest ball bowled in women’s cricket history in WPL

Royal Challengers Bangalore vs UP Warriors on Wednesday (March 15) in the Women’s Premier League. RCB, looking for their first win in the tournament, put up an impressive performance in this match. They opened their points account by defeating UP by five wickets. At the same time, Australia’s legendary all-rounder Ellyse Perry, who played for RCB in this match, set the record for the fastest delivery in women’s cricket.

Perry, a renowned all-rounder in women’s cricket, was seen bowling brilliantly in the match. She did not get a single wicket in the first five matches of the tournament. However, she took three wickets in this match. She showed Grace Harris, Deepti Sharma and Shweta Sehrawat the way to the tent while conceding just 16 runs in her four overs. At the same time, she bowled the fastest ball in Women’s Premier League as well as women’s cricket. The trio is said to have hit the ball at a speed of 130.5 kmph in this match. Although no official announcement has been made yet, this claim has been made on social media.

Shabneem Ismail of South Africa holds the record for the fastest bowler in women’s cricket. She bowled at a speed of 128 kmph in the Women’s T20 World Cup held a few days ago. After that, breaking this record was said to be almost impossible.

The speedometer seems to be erratic for some time now. England fast bowler Lauren Bell’s ball was shown to hit 173 kmph.

(Ellyse Perry Bowl 130 KMPH Ball For RCB In WPL 2023 Break Shabnim Ismail Record)

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