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Saturday, November 24, 2018

ICC Women's World T20: Australia facilitates past England to guarantee title

Australia has won its fourth Women's World Twenty20 title subsequent to cruising to an eight-wicket triumph over England in the last on Saturday. 

Spinners Ashleigh Gardner and Georgia Wareham took five wickets between them to restrain England to a modest 105 off 19.4 overs, previously Gardener driven Australia's pursuit as it achieved its objective of 106 with 29 balls to save. It was Australia's fourth World Twenty20 title in the wake of winning three progressive competitions in 2010, 2012 and 2014. 

"We didn't have our greatest day in the field, yet the bowlers worked to perfection," commander Meg Lanning said. "Wareham today was remarkable with the immediate hit and her control with the rocking the bowling alley was fantastic."

Regardless of an ambitious 43 off 37 balls by England's opener Danielle Wyatt, it was a troublesome day for the 2009 bosses as it lost wickets at standard interims, in spite of Australia's messy handling. Offspinner Gardner (3-22) guaranteed both Wyatt and England chief Heather Knight, who made 25 off 28 balls while endeavoring to grapple a wavering innings. 

Allrounder Ellyse Perry, who had a blended day in the field, took her 100th Twenty20 universal wicket when she had Nat Sciver caught before the stumps for one. Perry is just the second player and first Australian to achieve the turning point. 

Adolescent legspinner Wareham (2-11) trapped two wickets and furthermore finished a head out to expel England's Amy Jones for four. 

Alyssa Healy and Beth Mooney (14) got Australia's innings off to a flyer with a 29-run opening stand, before Healy was knocked down some pins by Sophie Ecclestone for 22 of 20 balls, with four limits. Player of the match Gardner (33 not out) and Lanning (28 not out) later joined for an unbeaten 62-run organization to control Australia to its fourth world title with almost five overs remaining, and eradicate recollections of its agonizing annihilation toward the West Indies in the last two years prior. 


Britain ladies batting: Danielle Wyatt c Meg Lanning b Ashleigh Gardner 43; Tmmy Beaumont c Elyse Villani b Megan Schutt 4; Amy Jones (W) run out (Georgia Wareham) 4; Natalie Sciver lbw b Ellyse Perry 1; Heather Knight (C) c Georgia Wareham b Ashleigh Gardner 25; Lauren Winfield lbw b Georgia Wareham 6; Sophia Dunkley b Georgia Wareham 0; Anya Shrubsole c Ellyse Perry b Ashleigh Gardner 5; Danielle Hazell lbw b Megan Schutt 6; Sophie Ecclestone run out (Ellyse Perry) 4; Kirstie Gordon not out 1; Extras: 6 (b - 2, w - 3, nb - 0, Penalty - 0). 

Add up to: 105 in 19.4 overs 

Fall of wickets: 1-18 (Tammy Beaumont, 3.2 ov) , 2-30 (Amy Jones, 4.5 ov) , 3-41 (Natalie Sciver, 6.3 ov) , 4-64 (Danielle Wyatt, 11 ov) , 5-74 (Lauren Winfield, 12.5 ov) , 6-74 (Sophia Dunkley, 13 ov) , 7-84 (Anya Shrubsole, 15.4 ov) , 8-98 (Heather Knight, 18 ov) , 9-104 (Sophie Ecclestone, 19.2 ov) , 10-105 (Danielle Hazell, 19.4 ov) 

Australia ladies knocking down some pins: Sophie Molineux 3-0-23-0; Megan Schutt 3.4-0-13-2; Ellyse Perry 3-0-23-1; Delissa Kimmince 3-0-10-0; Georgia Wareham 3-0-11-2; Ashleigh Gardner 4-0-22-3 

Australia ladies batting: Alyssa Healy (W) b Sophie Ecclestone 22; Beth Mooney c Amy Jones b Danielle Hazell 14; Ashleigh Gardner not out 33; Meg Lanning (C) not out 28. Additional items: 9 (b - 0, w - 7, nb - 0, Penalty - 0) 

Add up to: 106 for 2 in 15.1 overs 


Fall of wickets: 1-29 (Alyssa Healy, 4.4 ov) , 2-44 (Beth Mooney, 7.1 ov) 

Britain ladies knocking down some pins: Natalie Sciver 1.1-0-3-0; Anya Shrubsole 3-0-30-0; Sophie Ecclestone 4-0-12-1; Danielle Hazell 3-0-19-1; Kirstie Gordon 3-0-30-0; Heather Knight 1-0-10-0 

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