Australia Women Got a Victory Over India Women by 54 Runs
India and Australia women teams came against each other at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai. On the ground, India women won the toss and opted to bowl first.
Mooney and Phoebe Litchfield came to the middle on the bowling attack of Renuka Singh. In the first over only, Litchfield bought the first boundary for the side and while Mooney lost her wicket to Sarvani. After 3 overs, Australia got a score of 17-1.
Scoring just 11 off 9 deliveries, Litchfield also got a dismissal from Deepti Sharma and the right-handed batter, Perry took the batting charge. In the 6th over, McGrath drilled two sixes and a four. Fueling 26 runs in 26 balls, she lost her wicket to Shafali Verma.
After 8 overs, Australia crossed the half-century with a score of 57-3. In the 11th over from Verma, Harris and Gardner bought two boundaries, jumping up to a team score of 81-4.
The 13th over from Sarvani was a magical one for Gardner as she slammed four boundaries, crossing the century with a score of 103-4. In the 16th over, Gardner crunched a four and a six, shifting the score up to 144-4.
On the throw from Renuka Singh, Harris and Gardner associated with each other for a 100-run partnership and crossed 50-run stand individually.
In 20 overs, AUSW registered 196 runs with a loss of 4 wickets.
To chase down the target of 197, Mandhana and Shafali Verma came to the crease on the opening over from Darcie Brown.
In the first over only, Mandana bought the first boundary for the side and lost her wicket. After 3 overs, India women got a score of 17-1. Scoring just 13 runs in 14 balls, Verma got a dismissal from Gardner.
On the throw from Gardner, Harleen Deol crunched a six and a four and two more boundaries in the immediate over, jumping up to a score of 46-2.
After 8 overs, India women stood at a score of 58-3 and India women moved up to a score of 76-5 after 11 overs. On the over from Alana King, Deepti Sharma slammed a four and India crossed the century, standing at a score of 100-7 after 15 overs.
In the 17th over, Sharma crunched back-to-back three boundaries and the score got up to 129-7 after 18 overs. Deepti Sharma scored 53 runs in 34 balls and lost her wicket to Heather Graham.
In 20 overs, India women bowled out at 142 runs and lost to Australia women by 54 runs.
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