Englishwoman Ecclestone, ranked primary in the ICC T20 rankings, was properly supported by veteran Jhulan Goswami (2/13) and Rajeshwari Gaekawad (2/13) as Trailblazers dismissed Velocity in 15.1 overs.
Trailblazers then chased down the small goal of 48 in simply 7.5 overs with opener Deandra Dottin and Richa Ghosh remaining not out on 29 and 13 respectively.
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Despite their win towards Supernovas on Wednesday, Velocity’s web run price would take a beating after Thursday’s loss and that might hit them exhausting.
It was, nonetheless, a quiet begin in the run chase for the Trailblazers because the Velocity bowlers denied them any free balls. Dottin and captain Smriti Mandhana (6) have been discovering it exhausting to get the boundaries.
Mandhana lastly went for the aerial route however perished in the method.
The Trailblazers have been 28 for 1 on the finish of powerplay they usually ended the match in fast time with Ghosh hitting a six to take her facet to victory.
Earlier, Ecclestone’s sensational 4-wicket haul helped Trailblazer dismiss Velocity for a paltry rating.
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Ecclestone relentlessly attacked the stumps together with her sliders to finish with dream figures of 4 for 9 in 3.1 overs.
Velocity, who beat Supernovas in the occasion opener on Wednesday, put up a poor batting show with left-arm spin duo of Ecclestone and Gaekawad wreaking havoc. The innings folded up in 15.1 overs.
Veteran Goswami ran via the Velocity prime-order.
Only three of the Velocity batters may attain double digits with Shafali Verma (13) being the highest-scorer.
Velocity captain Mithali Raj’s resolution to bat first backfired as half of her batswomen have been again in the dressing room inside powerplay for simply 22 runs.
The proficient Shafali threatened to play a giant innings as she hit a 4 and a six early one however the seasoned Goswami outfoxed the teenager, sending her stumps cart-wheeling.
It was relatively unusual shot choice from the younger Shafali who missed the road of a straight ball in her try and run it behind the wicket for a single.
Ecclestone then took two wickets in as many balls, first having the prized wicket of Mithali (1), who struggled for the second recreation in a row, after which of Veda Krishnamurthy (0) in a wicket-maiden.
Goswami returned to have her second sufferer of the day in the shape of Danielle Wyatt, who holed out to Smriti Mandhana at mid-off to go away Velocity at 4 for 19 runs.
Velocity batswomen weren’t prepared to stay to the wicket and Ecclestone had her third wicket in the shape of Sushma Verma (1) in the sixth over.
Velocity have been 5 for 22 on the finish of powerplay however their distress continued as left-arm spinner Gayakwad additionally grabbed two wickets in as many balls in the ninth over eradicating Sune Luus (4) and Sushree Dibyadarshini (0).
It even bought worse for Velocity as Shikha Pandey (10) bought run out following a superb fielding effort from Mandhana.