tossed up and crunched through cover point, Rockets get home despite a stutter! Freeborn gets her first ball away through the infield for a boundary to seal a nervy chase for the visitors
6.05pm: Third win in a row for Rockets, Nat Sciver doing most of the work after her bowlers limited Fire to a meagre 102. But what might have been had they cobbled a few more - rather than losing 6 for 6 across the last 15 balls of their innings? If they'd got up to 110-115, they'd have been in with a sniff. Anyway, it's onward and upwards, as always - head over to commentary for the men's match, which will be starting in just under an hour's time.
Nat Sciver is Hero of the Match: "Very happy, feel a bit hard done by for the bowlers, or Priesty behind the stumps. But all-round the team did brilliantly. The off-pace seam bowling we've got has been brilliant, they looked to hit square and that worked for out field. They bowled really well. Difficult to come over as an overseas, the pressure is on, you want to get a score or take wickets to really happy for them. I'm enjoying my batting, probably looking to be more aggressive. That's come through from the internationals. Enjoying it a lot. We'd have liked to be more clinical here but to be in contention for the top three - we looked at five wins for the tournament, so hopefully we can make it through."
dragged down and Windsor heaves it away for one leg side
Baker stays on but switches ends, 5 needed from the last 10
Out comes Abi Freeborn
bowled 'er! Glenn steps out but squeezes the ball on to her own stumps via the pads! Another Rocket succumbs to pressure, Baker rising to the occasion
flighted legbreak, this one looks a closer shout for lbw - and Luff does review, as she must. Tossed up and spinning on leg stump as Glenn played across it, was the ball straightening enough? Oh, that's so tight! Officially "too close to call" (so the on-field decision stands), but that looked to be smashing a good chunk of leg
pushed through outside off, Glenn plays this nicely, dabbed past short third for a couple more
full and sliding leg side, deflected into the leg side for leg byes
flighted, straightening around leg stump, hits the pads - not given, probably heading down
Baker back on, Rockets need 8 from 15 - but with two new batters at the crease
chopped into the ground in front of point, who is across to cut it off but can't prevent one
tight lines, punched behind point and she wants one... could have been a tight single but for a misfield from Nat Wraith, on as a sub fielder
tad short and wide, Windsor swings at it and misses... Taylor then raises her eyebrows as a wide is signalled
length ball, skids this through as Windsor cuts and misses
Emily Windsor is out at No. 7
miscued towards mid-on, Sciver is gone! H-U-G-E breakthrough for Fire, the rampaging Sciver departs for 54. Think she just got a leading edge there, looking to turn to leg, and Bryony Smith took a good, tumbling catch. Rockets can't fall short from here, can they?
Fire were 96 for 4 towards the end of their innings, remember...
kicks up from a length, Sciver is surprised by the bounce and jabs towards short third
Last 20, Rockets 11 away from victory. Out comes Sarah Glenn
Graham chips down the ground, finds long-on! She hit that better than she was intending, I think, nothing more than a dink and it sailed to Cleary running in. Another wicket falls, though surely too little too late for Fire
tucked for a single
tossed up wide of the stumps, Sciver has to stretch for it, spooned just over mid-off! Hennessy was the fielder going to her left, unable to get a hand to it
looped full on the stumps, tucked leg side going back
tossed up and clubbed out towards deep midwicket, a misfield from George gives them two
Matthews again, Rockets need 17 from 25
good length and skipping through wide of the stumps at 70mph... Taylor nonchalantly grabs it and whips off the bails in one movement, Graham just managing to avoid overbalancing
banged in and tapped down into the off side