“Not going to show my bottom…” – Erin Holland’s detailed ground analysis in Women’s Big Bash League 2022 goes viral

By Daniel S

October 16, 2022

The eighth season of the Women’s Big Bash League kicked off on 13 October 2022. However, in the fourth match of this edition, Brisbane Heat Women took on Melbourne Stars Women in Mackay. Speaking of the match, Brisbane Heat won the toss and choose to bat first.

But, an interesting thing happened during the second innings. Melbourne Stars were going well with the chase. Famous Australian Woman reporter, Erin Holland was there doing her work as the presenter. Then, she went out on the boundary side to check if there was any dewy. But, she came up with a hilarious statement with the commentary panel as the video went viral.

Here is the shared video:

“I am not gonna show you my bottom because it is very very dewy day here” – Erin Holland during the match in Women’s Big Bash League 2022

Speaking of the video, the incident took place during the 14th over of Melbourne’s inning. Commentators asked: “(regarding dewy conditions) can you tell us, Erin?”. Then, Erin Holland went to the outside of the boundary to check if there was any dewy on the field. Then, she literally sat and shared her opinion regarding dewy conditions with the commentators.

She said: “I jumped out of my seat. I ran down and not gonna show you my bottom because it is a very very dewy day here. Check that out! It is very very moist. Still very, still no breath of air around. So, not surprising to say that plenty of dew out there.” Then, commentators also acknowledged her work. They said: “Outstanding work by you!”

Speaking of the match, Brisbane heat Women scored 179 runs for three wickets in 20 overs. Ellie Johnston scored 54 runs off 34 balls, including three fours and four sixes. In reply, Melbourne Stars Women managed only 170 runs for eight wickets in 20 overs. Thus, Brisbane Heat managed to seal their first victory of this year’s Women’s Big Bash League by nine runs. Ellie Johnston won the player of the match award for her match-winning knock.