Sydney Sixers Women wicket-keeper batsman Alyssa Healy smashed a hundred against Melbourne Stars Women off just 48 deliveries. It's the fastest hundred in the history of Women Big Bash League (WBBL).
Healy's husband and Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was watching her thrash the opposition in a 179-run chase. She ended her innings on 111 off 52 deliveries, three runs Ash Gardner’s record individual score.
Starc was seen clapping for Healy when she reached hundred runs. In her match-winning knock, she hit 15 fours and 6 sixes and batted with a strike-rate of 213.46.
"HEALY HUNDRED! She brings up a superb century off just 48 balls. What a legend #WBBL06," wrote the official Twitter account of WBBL.
Starc is training at the WBBL Village for a week to spend time with his wife Healy ahead of the India series. The ODI series starts on November 27 between Australia and India.