Telling last against Dani Wyatt’s Speed in Jaipur.
Supernovas spinner Radha Yadav, 19, hit a four off the last ball to seal triumph, which appeared to be improbable when her side slipped to 64-5 pursuing 122.
India’s Harmanpreet Kaur hit 51 off 37 balls to turn the match around.
Britain all-rounder Sciver took 1-27 and scored two for the triumphant Supernovas.
Wyatt fell for a five-ball duck as her side posted 121-6 – India wicketkeeper Sushma Verma top-scoring with 40.
The Ladies’ T20 Challenge is viewed as a prelude to a potential Ladies’ Indian Chief Alliance, with a year ago’s erratic diversion extended to include three groups.
Close by India’s top players, various driving abroad players have highlighted again -, for example, Britain’s Wyatt, Sciver and Sophie Ecclestone (Pioneers), New Zealand’s Suzie Bates and Sophie Devine, and West Independents’ Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews.
South Africa’s present arrangement against Pakistan has kept their players from taking an interest, however dubiously, no Australians were welcome to play in the current year’s Test.
The Australian and Indian sheets have as of late been in disagreement regarding the booking of a men’s one-day global arrangement in January 2020.