New Zealander Sophie Devine created WBBL history in Adelaide Strikers 19-run win on Sunday.
Devine hit 95 runs off 60 balls and followed it up with a stellar bowling performance, taking 5/41.
The 29-year-old is the first player in WBBL history to make 50 and take five wickets in the same match.
"Suzie [Bates] and I noticed quite early on that the wicket was really good and it was up to us to make the most of it," Devine said.
Despite becoming the first female Striker to take more than three wickets in a match, she didn't think it was her best performance.
"I knew from batting out there that is an absolute belter of a wicket and I had to be bang on the money," Devine said.
"I probably wasn't if I'm fair but I think we had some pretty clear plans on how we wanted to try get some key batters out and it worked."