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Super Smash Women T20 2024 Predictions & Betting Tips

Super Smash Women is set to take place from 19th December. Super Smash Women 2023 prediction, previews, betting tips and odds. Also find out today match prediction to place bets with 1xbet, 10cric, dafabet and more.

Who will win Women Super Smash 2024

New Zealand’s Super Smash Women T20 is back for yet another thrilling season which is set to kick-off on 19th December to run parallelly along with the Men’s Super Smash. Six teams will face-off against each other in round-robins and playoff finals to lift the Super Smash trophy 2023-24 edition.

Canterbury Magicians are the defending champions and they won their 6th title in the previous season. They will start their campaign against Auckland Hearts in the season opener on 19th December in Auckland.

Let’s take a detailed look at the prediction for the Super Smash Women T20 2023-24.

Top Contender to win Super Smash Women 2023-24

According to our analysis, we are backing Wellington Blaze to win the Women’s Super Smash 2023-24 edition. They are the most successful team in the league’s history with 6 titles so far. In the last edition, Wellington Blaze were at the top of the table but ended as runner-up after losing the final to Canterbury Magicians.

Amelia Kerr, the brilliant all-rounder from New Zealand, was outstanding in the previous year. In seven matches, she accumulated 244 runs and claimed seven wickets. Rebecca Burns is another important batsman on the team. In ten games, she amassed 281 runs at a strike average of 121.12.

Nicole Baird and Leigh Kasperek are the main players in the bowling section. In eight games, Baird claimed eleven wickets at an economy rate of 5.50. In just nine games, Kasperek claimed fifteen wickets at a remarkable strike rate

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Women Super Smash 2024 Prediction

Here is a complete detail of all the Super Smash Women 2023-24 team squads, captains, head coach, key players.

Auckland Hearts Auckland Hearts

2022 Result: 4th place
Key Players:
Saachi Shahri, Bella Armstrong, Holly Huddleston, Amie Hucker

Auckland Hearts finished the last season at 4th position on the points table with 5 wins in 10 matches.

We are backing Saachi Shahri and Bella Armstrong as the key batters for this side. They were the leading run scorers from the Hearts team. Shahri scored 216 runs while Armstrong smashed 177 runs at a strike rate of 127.33.

In the bowling unit, the key players are Holly Huddleston and Amie Hucker. Huddleston was brilliant in the last season with 9 wickets in just 5 matches at an average of 10.66. Tucker picked 9 in 9 matches at a strike rate of 20.6.

Auckland Hearts Squad

IC Gaze, Katie Perkins, Lauren Down, Prue Catton, Saachi Shahri, Skye Bowden, Emma Irwin, Anna Browning, Sydney Bultitude, Arlene Kelly, Bree Illing, Elizabeth Buchanan, Makayla Templeton, Holly Huddleston, Amberly Parr Thompson, Jesse Prasad, Sarah Carnachan, Bella Armstrong, Molly Penfold, Fran Jonas, Josie Penfold, Amie Hucker

2022 Result: Winner
Key Players:
Kare Anderson, Amy Satterthwaite, Gabby Sullivan, Sarah Asmussen

Canterbury Magicians lifted the Super Smash Women's trophy in the last season. It was their 6th title win and they finished the league stage at 3rd position on the table with 6 wins in 10 matches.

Kare Anderson and Amy Satterthwaite will be the leading batters. They both were the leading run scorers of the last season. Anderson smashed a whopping 536 runs in 12 matches at an average of 59.55. Satterthwaite scored 376 runs in 11 innings.

In the bowling department, Gabby Sullivan and Sarah Asmussen are the key players for their good performances in the last season. Both were among the top wicket takers of the season with Sullivan bagging 21 wickets in 12 matches while Asmussen picked 15 wickets in 12 matches.

Canterbury Magicians Team Squad

Kate Anderson, Natalie Cox, Kirsty Nation, Abigale Gerken, Emma Kench, Amy Satterthwaite, Izzy Sharp, Fran Wilson, Elena Lancaster, Abigail Hotton, Frances Mackay, Jacinta Savage, Lea Tahuhu, Laura Hughes, Jodie Dean, Gabby Sullivan, Sarah Asmussen, Melissa Banks, Jessica Simmons

Central Hinds Central Hinds

2022 Result: 6th place
Key Players:
Natalie Dodd, Georgia Atkinson, Jess Watkin, Claudia Green

Central Hinds had a poor outing in the last season as they finished on the bottom of the points table with just 1 win in 10 matches.

Natalie Dodd and Georgia Atkinson will be the key batters from the Hinds squad. Dodd scored 327 runs in 10 matches at a strike rate of 105.82 and Atkinson scored 141 runs in 10 matches.

The bowling line-up will have key bowlers Jess Watkin and Claudia Green. Watkin was the leading wicket taker with 10 wickets in 10 matches followed by 9 wickets by Green.

Central Hinds Team Squad

Kerry-Anne Tomlinson, Emily Cunningham, Cate Pedersen, Gemma Sims, Jessica Ogden, Flora Devonshire, Mikaela Greig, Jess Watkin, Ashtuti Kumar, Ocean Bartlett, Aniela Apperley, Natalie Dodd, Kate Gaging, Hannah Rowe, Georgia Atkinson, Claudia Green, Melissa Hansen, Monique Rees, Rosemary Mair, Anna Gaging, Jessica Ogden, Priyanaz Chatterji

Northern Brave Women Northern Brave Women

2022 Result: 5th place
Key Players:
Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Sam Curtis, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Nensi Patel

Northern Brave women had a below average performance in the last season. They finished at the 5th position on the table with just 1 win in 10 matches.

The key batters will be Bezuidenhout and Sam Curtis. The latter was the leading run scorer of the team with 155 runs in 8 matches while Bezuidenhout scored 136 runs in 7 matches at a strike rate of 109.67.

Among the bowlers, we are backing Nensi Patel and the international pacer Amanda-Jade Wellington to be the top 2 picks for key players. Patel was the highest wicket taker from the Brave with 9 wickets while Wellington picked 6 wickets in 5 games.

Northern Brave Women Squad

Sam Barriball, Yaz kareem, Brooke Halliday, Eimear Richardson, Tash Wakelin, Carol Agafili, Lucy Boucher, Nensi Patel, Holly Topp, Caitlin Gurrey, Bernadine Bezuidenhout, Annie Ewart, Shriya Naidu, Emma Baker, Kayley Knight, Lauren Heaps, Charlotte Sarsfield, Marama Downes, Marina Lamplough, Eve Wolland, Amanda-Jade Wellington, Phoebe Graham, Sam Curtis

Otago Sparks Otago Sparks

2022 Result: 2nd place
Key Players:
Suzie Bates, Kate Ebrahim, Emma Black, Eden Carson

Otago Sparks had a good season and with 6 wins in 10 matches they advanced to the playoffs. They were eliminated by Canterbury in the playoff game.

We are backing Suzie Bates and Kate Ebrahim as the key batters from the Otago Sparks team. Bates smashed 293 runs in 6 matches at an average of 73.25. Ebrahim scored 267 runs in 11 matches at a strike rate of 101.52.

In the bowling unit, Emma Black and Eden Carson will be the key players. Black and Ebrahim both picked 12 wickets each while Carson took 7 wickets in 6 games.

Otago Sparks Squad

Suzie Bates, Bella James, Felicity Leydon-Davis, Olivia Gain, Paige Loggenberg, Caitlin Blakely, Saffron Wilson, Kate Ebrahim, Polly Inglis, Sophie Gray, Jordan A Meltzer, Hayley Jensen, Emma Black, Eden Carson, Sophie Oldershaw, Chole Deerness, Molly Loe

Wellington Blaze Wellington Blaze

2022 Result: Runner-up
Key Players:
Amelia Kerr, Rebecca Burns, Nicole Baird, Leigh Kasperek

Wellington Blaze ended up as the runner-up team in the last season. They were brilliant in the league stage, finishing at the top of the points table with 8 wins in 10 matches.

New Zealand’s star all-rounder Amelia Kerr was brilliant in the last season. She smashed 244 runs and picked 7 wickets in 7 matches. Rebecca Burns will also be a key batter from the team. She scored 281 runs in 10 matches at a strike rate of 121.12.

In the bowling department, Nicole Baird and Leigh Kasperek are the key players. Baird picked 11 wickets in 8 matches and bowled at an economy of 5.50. Kasperek took 15 wickets in 9 matches at an impressive strike rate of 15.2

Wellington Blaze Team Squad

Maddy Green, Rebecca Burns, Caitlin King, Georgia Plimmer, Nicole Baird, Charli Knott, Laura Harris, Thamsyn Newton, Sophie Devine, Amelia Kerr, Leigh Kasperek, Olivia Boivin, Rachel Bryant, Jessica McFadyen, Antonia Hamilton, Kate Chandler, Jess Kerr, Deanna Doughty, Maneka Singh, Xara Jetly, Natasha Codyre

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Women Super Smash 2024 Group Stage Prediction

Here is our predicted points table standings at the end of the league stage for the upcoming edition of Super Smash Women 2023-24.

Women Super Smash 2023-24 Group Stage Prediction

  • Canterbury Magicians
  • Wellington Blaze
  • Auckland Hearts
  • Central Hinds
  • Northern Brave
  • Otago Sparks

Women Super Smash 2024 Final Prediction

Back Wellington Blaze to win Super Smash Women 2023-24

About Women Super Smash

Administrator New Zealand Cricket
Match Format T20
Tournament Format Double round-robin and knockout finals
Dates 19 December 2023 - 28 January 2024
Participants 6
Matches 32
Current champions Canterbury Magicians
Latest Edition 2022-23
Next Edition 2023-24

The 17th season of the Super Smash Women 2023-24 is set to begin on 19th December 2023 along with the Men’s Super Smash T20. Both the T20 competitions run parallelly with double headers of men’s and women’s clash.

Canterbury Magicians are the defending champions of the Super Smash women’s T20 league. Canterbury defeated Wellington Blaze by 12 runs in the final of the last season. It was Canterbury’s 6th overall title.

Six women franchise teams will face each other in double round-robins and playoffs to proceed to the final and lift the prestigious Super Smash trophy. A total of 32 fixtures have been scheduled to take place across 10 venues.

Super Smash Women 2024 Venue

Here is a list of all the venues which will host matches in the Super Smash Women 2023-24 edition:

  • Eden Park Outer Oval - Auckland
  • Basin Reserve - Wellington
  • Seddon Park - Hamilton
  • Hagley Oval - Christchurch
  • Fitzherbert Park - Palmerston North
  • Molyneux Park - Alexandra
  • Pukekura Park - New Plymouth
  • Bay Oval - Mount Maunganui
  • McLean Park - Napier
  • University Oval - Dunedin