Adelaide Strikers have coasted to a seven-wicket victory over Perth Scorchers to extend their lead at the top of the WBBL.
Tahlia McGrath equalled her personal-best with an unbeaten 65 to lead the way for the Strikers, who overhauled the Scorchers' modest 9-115 with 32 balls remaining at Allan Border Field.
McGrath struck two sixes in her 46-ball dig and was well supported by experienced England international Lauren Winfield (24 not out), with whom she shared an unbroken 94-run fourth-wicket stand after Adelaide's chase had wobbled early.
The Strikers were 3-22 in the third over after captain Suzie Bates (eight) and Bridget Patterson (seven) both edged behind to outswingers from Irish international Kim Garth (2-25) and the dangerous Sophie Devine holed out for a golden duck.
McGrath steadied the Strikers' ship and victory was secured when she managed a single after Heather Graham dropped a sitter at point, capping a poor performance from the outclassed Scorchers.
Earlier, Nicole Bolton (41) and Natalie Sciver (26) were the only Perth batters to settle in against a disciplined Strikers bowling attack.
Saturday's heroes, captain Meg Lanning and fellow opener Amy Jones, fell cheaply before Bolton and Sciver combined for a 49-run stand.
Perth's lower order was unable to continue the job in the face of some wonderful bowling from in-form Sarah Coyte (3-18) and Bates (2-14), who has impressed since returning to the bowling crease this season.
Australian Associated Press