The Southern Brave have became the first men’s champions in The Hundred while the Oval Invincibles have claimed the maiden women’s title.
The Invincibles scored 6-121 and then ripped through the Southern Brave batting order to triumph by 48 runs in the inaugural women’s final.
The Brave slumped to 6-14 with Australian Amanda-Jade Wellington (0) among the early victims, before they were all out for 73.
The Invincibles’ star and new Perth Scorcher Marizanne Kapp was the dominant player in the match, striking 26 runs off 14 balls before taking four wickets for nine runs.
Wellington had terrific tournament and was the Brave’s most prolific bowler with 14 wickets, fourth overall.
In the men’s final, Paul Stirling and Ross Whiteley starred as the Brave defied Liam Livingstone’s pyrotechnics to defeat the Birmingham Phoenix by 32 runs…