Classy Strikers cruise to victory over ‘Gades | WBBL|07

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Tahlia McGrath continued her brilliant run of form to combine with Laura Wolvaardt in an unbeaten 82-run stand as the Adelaide Strikers chased down the Melbourne Renegades with 15 balls to spare in Hobart.

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