She may have played less games than most but ACL's Narine Maurangi has taken the TCL Female Boom competition by storm.
Playing her first game for the Bluebacks in round four, Maurangi - who also represents South Launceston in the Cricket North competition - sits atop the Boom's run-scoring tally for 2020.
With the league's rules dictating retirement at 25 runs or 25 balls, whichever comes first, the league's leader has made the most of her time at the crease, returning when all other batters are dismissed to smack scores of 28, 64, 66 and 27 in her four innings.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
Her 185 runs see her average the same, having only been dismissed once, and pit her above Trevallyn's Maxine Woods, Evandale Panthers' Belinda Prior (both 115) and Legana pair Nicola Dusautoy (108) and Elyse Page (107).
Woods' talents aren't just confined to batting, also sitting second in the bowling ranks having taken seven wickets at a remarkable average of 3.57.
She is only bettered by Longford's Emma Humphries (nine wickets), who is joined by teammates Emily Scott and Nicole Davey (both six) in the top five, while ACL's Priscilla Pyke (also six) rounds it out.
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