Australia Women’s Cricket Team won the series by defeating the South African team by 110 runs as per Duckworth-Lewis rule in the last match of the three-match ODI series being played at home. Batting first in this decisive match, Australia Women managed to score 277 runs at the loss of 9 wickets in 50 overs, after which the African women’s team, chasing the target, managed to score only 127 runs in 24.3 overs. Alana King played an important role with the ball in the victory for Australia and took 4 wickets.
Australia women’s team trapped in Alana’s spin
In the third ODI match, the batsmen of the South African Women’s team were the most disappointed with their performance in which the team had a very poor start. At the score of 8, the team lost its first wicket in the form of captain Laura Volvadart and after this, at the score of 29, the team lost its second wicket in the form of Anke Bosh. By the score of 52, the African Women’s team had lost 4 wickets, after which it became very difficult for them to make a comeback in this match. In the innings of the African Women’s team, 7 players could not even cross the double figures. In bowling for Australia Women’s team, Alana King took 4 wickets while giving only 26 runs in 5 overs, while Tahlia McGrath and Kim Greth took 3 wickets each.
Beth Mooney and Healy’s innings took Australia to a big score
If we talk about the innings of the Australian women’s team in this match, they saw half-centuries from the bats of Beth Mooney and Alyssa Healy. While Mooney played an unbeaten inning of 82 runs, Healy managed to score 60 runs. Apart from this, Tahlia McGrath also managed to score 44 runs. Now a one-match Test series between the two teams will be played on the Perth ground from 15th February.
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