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Friday, 21 December 2018

'The most dominant athlete in Australia'


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Ellyse Perry has been lauded as quite possibly the most in-form athlete in Australia after yet another stunning century in the WBBL.

Perry's incredible rich vein of form has continued, as she fired the Sydney Sixers to an 11-run WBBL win over the Brisbane Heat.

Perry has notched her second century from six matches with a 64-ball 103 not out for the Sixers to to reach 3-166.

The superstar allrounder has hit 419 runs during WBBL04 for an average of 209.5, having also hit three half-centuries, two of them unbeaten.

Ellyse Perry

At one point, it looked like the Sixers' skipper would run out of time to notch her ton on Saturday at the SCG, sitting on 93 with two balls remaining.

She launched Jess Jonassen over the boundary rope before sweeping her fine with the final ball.

Ominously for other teams, she said she was far from content with her form.

"I'm only satisfied if we win the competition," Perry said.

Ellyse Perry

"That's everyone's modus operandi in the team but that would be every team in the competition.

"We're not even halfway through - it's easy to count chickens too early."

Following the incredible performance, fans on Twitter were amazed at Perry's incredible exploits.

https://twitter.com/MattBalmer7/status/1076290286576230405?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfwhttps://twitter.com/GeoffLemonSport/status/1076347212316106752?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfwhttps://twitter.com/tim_michell/status/1076284535740887041?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

Ellyse Perry has been lauded as quite possibly the most in-form athlete in Australia after yet another stunning century in the WBBL.

Perry's incredible rich vein of form has continued, as she fired the Sydney Sixers to an 11-run WBBL win over the Brisbane Heat.

Perry has notched her second century from six matches with a 64-ball 103 not out for the Sixers to to reach 3-166.

The superstar allrounder has hit 419 runs during WBBL04 for an average of 209.5, having also hit three half-centuries, two of them unbeaten.

Ellyse Perry

At one point, it looked like the Sixers' skipper would run out of time to notch her ton on Saturday at the SCG, sitting on 93 with two balls remaining.

She launched Jess Jonassen over the boundary rope before sweeping her fine with the final ball.

Ominously for other teams, she said she was far from content with her form.

"I'm only satisfied if we win the competition," Perry said.

Ellyse Perry

"That's everyone's modus operandi in the team but that would be every team in the competition.

"We're not even halfway through - it's easy to count chickens too early."

Following the incredible performance, fans on Twitter were amazed at Perry's incredible exploits.

https://twitter.com/MattBalmer7/status/1076290286576230405?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfwhttps://twitter.com/GeoffLemonSport/status/1076347212316106752?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfwhttps://twitter.com/tim_michell/status/1076284535740887041?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw http://bit.ly/2QMq1WG
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