Thunder winless as Rodrigues wins battle of the India stars | WBBL|07

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Jemimah Rodrigues led the way with an unbeaten 75, as the Renegades claimed a nine-run win over defending champions Sydney Thunder despite Smriti Mandhana’s season-best knock.

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