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Sophie Devine hits a 36-ball in the Super Smash #SuperSmashNZ pic.twitter.com/IGL8oZDjgn— ESPNcricinfo (@ESPNcricinfo) January 14, 2021

New Zealand captain Sophie Devine made history on Thursday by scoring the fastest century in women’s T20 history. It took just 36 balls for the 31-year-old to reach 100 in a domestic match in Dunedin.

Devine tore apart the Otago Sparks bowling attack, hitting nine sixes and seven fours to set up a 10-wicket win for the Wellington Blaze. She then capped her innings with two fours to finish with an unbeaten 108 off 38 balls.

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