Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Delissa Eyes off a Victory; Dot Balls Is the Key against Scorpions Keeper/batter

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Delissa Eyes off a Victory; Dot Balls Is the Key against Scorpions Keeper/batter

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CRICKET: Former Warwick junior Delissa Kimmince rates Sarah Taylor as the batter to dismiss when the Queensland Fire play Southern Scorpions tomorrow at Bankstown Oval in a semi-final of the 50-over WNCL competition.

The winner will play in the grand final on Sunday against the NSW/Victoria winner at Blacktown. A premiership win would be the Fire's first at national 50-over level.

Taylor is the English wicketkeeper/batter playing for the South Australian-based team in this season's competition in Australia

"In our round games, we get her out cheap but she is a qualify player who will be out to score big runs in the semi," she said.

"We need to be ready for that."

Kimmince said if Taylor was at the crease long enough, she could bowl against the English keeper.

"She is a hard hitter, the key is to create dot ball pressure," Kimmince said.

"She likes to hit boundaries and score quick runs and you need to take that away from her. …

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