New Zealand’s second consecutive win, defeated West Indies within the third T20 as effectively

Within the third match of the continued five-match T20 collection (WI-W vs NZ-W) performed in Antigua, New Zealand ladies’s cricket group gained by 5 wickets towards West Indies ladies’s cricket group and took a 2-1 lead. Batting first, West Indies scored 93/9 after enjoying full over, New Zealand in reply scored 94/5 with eight balls to spare. Maddie Greene of New Zealand was adjudged Participant of the Match for her sensible batting.

Electing to bat after dropping the toss, West Indies bought the primary blow on the rating of 17 runs. Opening batsman Alia Allen was dismissed after scoring 1 run. Captain Haley Mathews batted effectively and contributed 30 runs. Rashada Williams’s wicket fell on the rating of 38 runs and he or she may solely rating 1 run. From right here Kayshona Knight and Shinnell Henry batted fastidiously and took the rating to 67. Henry was dismissed for 13 and Knight scored 16. Shabika Ghaznabi additionally scored 19 runs. Many of the group’s batsmen couldn’t even attain the double figures, on account of which the rating remained low. Fran Jonas scored probably the most three successes for New Zealand. On the identical time, Eden Carson and Suzy Bates additionally took two wickets every.

Chasing a small goal, New Zealand’s innings faltered and the group misplaced 4 wickets until the rating of 20 runs. Each the opening batsmen Suzy Bates and Sophie Devine returned to the pavilion after scoring 2 and three runs respectively. On the identical time, Amelia Kerr couldn’t even open her account. Georgia Plimer was additionally dismissed after scoring 12 runs in 12 balls. Nevertheless, from right here Maddie Inexperienced made an unbroken partnership of 38 runs with Lauren Down (16) and 36 runs with Haley Jensen (8 *) to win the group. Inexperienced scored an unbeaten 49 off 45 balls with the assistance of six fours. Haley Mathews took 4 wickets for West Indies.




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