Indian opener Smriti Mandhana continued her impressive run in the Women’s Cricket Super League with an unbeaten 43 off 27 balls, propelling Western Storm to a nine-wicket win over Southern Vipers in Arundel on Tuesday. Also Read - Smriti Mandhana Reveals Criteria to be Her Life-partner During COVID-19 Lockdown | SEE POST

Vipers were 91 all out in 18.1 overs, a target West Storm raced to in 9.3 overs. Also Read - Smriti Mandhana Can Score a Double Century in ODIs, Sophie Devine is The Toughest to Bowl, Says Poonam Yadav

Mandhana was in ominous touch as she has been all through the tournament, having scored 48, 37 and a record-equalling 52 not out in the first three games. Also Read - After Smriti Mandhana's Apology, Jemimah Rodrigues Expresses Disappointment Over Final Defeat | WATCH VIDEO

Her unbeaten fifty in the previous game was enough to equal the record of the fastest half-century in the competition history.

The Indian shared an unbeaten 54-run stand alongside Rachel Priest of New Zealand to fashion an emphatic win for Western Storm.