The New South Wales Breakers produced a tight bowling display to record a 25-run win over the Western Fury in the Women's Twenty20 on Friday.
After being sent in to bat at the Blacktown International Sportspark, the hosts could only reach 5-114 from their 20 overs.
But Lisa Sthalekar (2-11 off four overs) and Sharon Millanta (2-13) led the way as the Breakers bowled out the Fury for 89.
Earlier, Alyssa Healy (four) fell early for the Breakers before Leah Poulton (25 off 23) and Sthalekar (23 off 27) steadied the innings.
Alex Blackwell was the only other New South Wales batter to reach double figures, making 29 off 21 balls including three fours.
Sarah Fragomeni (2-25) was the only multiple wicket-taker as the Fury looked to have done enough with the ball.
The Fury built on their strong bowling effort with a fine start with the bat, reaching 25 in the fourth over before Nicole Bolton (seven) departed.
But the wickets fell at regular intervals from then on in, with only Jenny Wallace (37 off 44) able to reach double figures.
The 15 extras handed to the Fury by the Breakers was the second biggest contributor to the visitors' chase.
Wallace fell in the 14th over to end all hope the Fury had of chasing down the target, with Healy stumping Gemma Triscari (zero) to end the match in the 19th over.
First Posted 23 November, 2012 5:58PM AEST