White Ferns is finally back on the road to victory.
The long distance between Lee Toughf and the half-century maiden’s five-wicket by Maddy Green kept the five-game series against England with a tense three-wicket victory in Leicester’s third match.
Heading to the game, White Ferns lost a staggering 16 of the last 17 ODIs, five in a row. They worked hard to chase 178 after bowling England third in the series, but tough at 70, who won the match, not from her second ODI half-century green 106 ball. A slow blow from the to ensure victory.
Tahuhu previously ripped the first four England wickets in top order before finishing in career best 5-37.
Fellow bowler Molly Penfold is impressed by the debut of a 20-year-old player 2-42, including Danni Wyatt’s second game wicket, where Lauren Down was sent off with a stunning catch with one hand. I did.
England was in trouble at 101-8, but the host’s tail didn’t suit New Zealand’s tastes, and the last two days after the last 52-run wicket partnership proved to be the winner in Worcester. Added 77 to 2 wickets.
England’s eighth-placed Katherine Brunt didn’t roll 49 to set a sum of another competitive sub-200 for the host.
New Zealand dominated many of the innings before the late ticket gates gave England the scent of victory.
In chase, after both openers Suzie Bates and Down dropped New Zealand early on Brandt 13-2, Green added a valuable 72 to his third wicket with Amy Satterthwaite (33). rice field.
Green and Satterthwaite maintained the required run rate around 3.5 runs per overmark and left New Zealand 84 at 3 before Satterthwaite was caught in 24 overs and still needed work.
Sophie Devine arrived at the ground crease that won 117 three years ago to lead New Zealand to victory, but was bowled at 4, but a solid 25 from 38 by Brooke Holiday is White. Guaranteed that Ferns remained on the box sheet.
However, Holiday, Katie Martin and Hayley Jensen all fell within 5 overs and New Zealand was exposed 7 times at 158. The green continued a stable inning, and Toughf defeated 2-4 and 6 in the 46th inning, leaving 25 balls to finish the game.
“I’m glad I finally got over the line. It was a little tighter than I expected, but it showed some resilience,” Divine said after the victory.
“I know the tail works, and some of Lee Tufff’s impressive stuff was great. It’s nice to sit and watch the girl work. She’s like a caged animal. So it’s nice to see the bowl as it is today. She’s turning a corner in terms of accuracy-it may not be as fast as it used to be, but it’s smart. We’re with England I know I’m closing the gap and heading in the right direction for the World Cup.
The next challenge is to keep the series alive in Derby on Friday, winning consecutive wins against England for the first time since 2007 and against any team for the first time since June 2018.
White Ferns Stop Losing Drought to Survive the Series
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