There’s something truly mesmerizing about watching batters hit towering sixes, and the moment becomes even more memorable when it’s the longest of the tournament. In a must-win game against the Gujarat Giants, Sophie Devine delivered an exceptional performance, including a remarkable feat of smashing a 94-meter maximum.
It was an awe-inspiring moment that left spectators in awe, and will undoubtedly be remembered as one of the highlights of the tournament.
Royal Challengers Bangalore faced a must-win situation on Saturday when they clashed with the Gujarat Giants, and they rose to the occasion with a brilliant display of batting. Thanks to an incredible performance by Sophie Devine, RCB was sitting comfortably at 157/2 after 12 overs, while chasing a target of 189.
Devine’s amazing knock saw her score 99 runs off just 36 balls, including hitting the longest six of the tournament. It was a truly dominant performance by RCB, and they proved that they are a force to be reckoned with, especially when the stakes are high.
In the ninth over of the innings, Tanuja Kanwar delivered a tempting loopy ball to Devine. Without hesitation, Devine skipped down the track and unleashed a powerful slog over long-on. The ball sailed effortlessly over the boundary ropes and into the second tier of the stands, marking one of the biggest hits of the tournament.
Devine’s shot was a true display of sheer force, and the impact of her swing resulted in a mammoth 94-meter six that surpassed all others seen so far in the competition.