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Central Sparks batter Davina Perrin guided her side to victory last time out in the opening T20 of the season against Sunrisers, and says the team have ‘large aspirations’ going forwards in the Charlotte Edwards Cup.


After a not out performance hitting 79 runs off 48 balls, Perrin showed her potential and spoke about how nice it was having cricket back at Worcestershire’s New Road.


Perrin said: “It was nice to be back at New Road with bat in hand. I felt good going out to bat after our opening pair [Ami Campbell & Abbey Freeborn] set the tone. They created great momentum for us.


“You can never be too disappointed with a score like that. I’ve set the standard for myself now and I’m just hoping to exceed that and keep my game moving forward.”


Chasing down Sunrisers’ score of 138/6 with six overs to spare, Perrin propelled Sparks forward when she reached a half-century from just 25 balls.


Talking about how the batters can use Sunday’s innings as a stepping-stone, Perrin added: “What matters is we remember what went well. Our bravery, boldness and relentlessness with the bat was second to none in Worcester.


“No game is the same, we need to remember to keep this going. As well as no game being the same, that goes for the opposition too and keeping that control is the key.”


Having reached the final of the Charlotte Edwards Cup back in 2022, the aspirations of the side are to go far in this year’s edition of the competition, and Sparks’ number eight is excited to be a part of that.


She said: “Totally, the Charlotte Edwards Cup is amazing. It has always been my favourite and the team have large aspirations of winning that trophy and leaving the Sparks a great legacy in its final year.”


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