Mandhana equals highest ever WBBL score with unbeaten ton | WBBL|07

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The class of Sydney Thunder Indian import Smriti Mandhana was on full display in Mackay as she equalled Ashleigh Gardner’s record of 114 for the highest individual WBBL score YouTube Channel

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