NJW vs ASW, 2nd ODI: Australian women’s team wins 23rd ODI in a row, captures the series

NJW vs ASW, 2nd ODI: Australian women’s team wins 23rd ODI in a row, captures the series
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Australia won the first match of the series by wickets, after which it has now won the second match as well.

New Zealand Women’s v Australia Women, Second ODI: The Australian women’s cricket team defeated the New Zealand women’s cricket team by 1 run in the second ODI. With this, Australia won the series 3-0 in 3 matches. It helped the Australian women’s team win its 23rd ODI match, a world record, to play the final match of the April 10 series. Read more – Virat Kohli, Babar Azam ahead Hashim Amlar; Man has become the fastest ODI century cricketer

Australia lost the toss and elected to bat, scoring 211 runs after batting first. Opener Rachel Haynes scored 82 for the first wicket with Alyssa Healy. Alyssa was bowled out for 44 off 50 balls. Haynes then put on a strong century for the second wicket off skipper Mag Lenning (49). Read more – New Zealand Women v Australia Women, 2nd T20: New Zealand wins last series 1-1

Haynes made ৮ 87 off 106 balls with six boundaries. Apart from him, no batsman has scored a half-century. For the opposition, Lee Kasperek took 446 wickets and captain Amy Satterthwaite took 1 wicket. Read more – IPL 2020 Teaman’s Challenge VL vs TRL Live: Trailblazers lose speed by 9 wickets

In response, New Zealand’s Lauren Down (0) and Amy Satterthwaite (of) were the only two big push to the score of. However, Haley Johnson (26) along with Emily Kerr tried to lead the team by collecting 9 runs for the third wicket. Kerr had 40 contributions to the team’s account, and Brooke Holiday contributed 32, but New Zealand were bowled out for just 200 in 44 overs. Jess Johnson has suffered the most for Australia.

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