Ind Women Cricket – Indian women’s cricket team lost to New Zealand in first ODI Indian women’s team in the last ODI recorded their highest ever run of 265 runs set by Australian women in September last year

Captain Mithali Raj’s well-made half-century went in vain as the Indian batting faltered once again as the visitors lost the first WODI against New Zealand by 62 runs here on Saturday.

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Electing to bowl, New Zealand rode on Suzie Bates’ century (106 off 111 balls) to score 275 and India were all out for 213 in 49.4 overs and never appeared in the chase.

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The 39-year-old Mithali, playing her 221st ODI, continued her dream form – seven fifties in her last 11 ODI innings – to keep India in the hunt by a ball 73-59 ( 6×4).

The Indian women’s team in the last ODI posted their highest ever run of 265 set by Australia Women in September last year, a victory that ended the rivals’ 26-match winning streak.

Mithali also joined Charlotte Edwards with 1,000 runs against four different teams — Australia, England, Sri Lanka and New Zealand — in ODI cricket.

Mithali received good support from left-armer Yastika Bhatia, who dropped to his usual No. 3 spot, to score 63 off 41 balls as two added 88 runs in the recovery act.

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But he lost to a short ball from Hayley Jensen (2/36), which sparked an Indian collapse before Jess Kerr made his exit with a winning 4/35 as India were bowled out for 213 in 49.4 overs, with five bucks. to level the ODI series 0-1.

India also paid the price for Harmanpreet Kaur’s lackluster form as she comes fresh from her exploits in the Big Bash where she was adjudged the “player of the tournament” and failed to make it big for 22 balls.

He scored his last fifty in March 2021 against South Africa after his last five matches yielded poor scores of 10, 16, 19, 1, 30, painting a bleak picture for India ahead of the World Cup that starts here on March 4th.

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In the absence of their star man, Smriti Mandhana, who serves him, has been largely isolated and quarantined, once again hurting India badly, especially in his 275-wicket run.

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There was no move for a more left-right combination with South Yastika Bhatia dropping to his usual No.3 while Meghana Huie Shafali Verma moved forward.

Rewarding his impressive T20I outing (a 30-ball 37 in the ninth for 4) the day before, Meghana looked set to start India’s run with a 12-ball run, courtesy of Tahuhu’s debut and Jess Kerr .

His strong innings (four off 14 balls) finally came to an end in the fifth over as he slipped a lead as Shafali (12 off 16b) was impatient to miss a full stump for a light-weight catch .

Wicketkeeper Richa Ghosh made a knock of 22 off 27 balls, but after her release with a good delivery, India broke the chase.

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Earlier, New Zealand were within range of three hundred and sixty with Suzie Bates’ brilliant 11th ODI century, but India came back strongly in the last five wickets for 25 runs to bundle them for 275 in 48.1 overs.

Suzie got a full strike in the 14th over when Rajeshwari Gayakwad bowled it over Pooja Vastrakar to score a 106-ball 111, with 10 boundaries.

Suzie hit her 38th fifty in 66 balls, her first ODI half-century since January 2020 to draw Ferns legend Debbie Hockley’s White Ferns teammates.

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She later scored her hat-trick in 107 balls, with a single off Poonam Yadav and in the next ball she made her goal clear with a back-to-back boundary off Deepti Sharma.

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India’s women’s cricket team reaches the finals of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, beating England for gold in a thriller.

India’s women’s cricket team beat each other to win their first Commonwealth Games gold medal as England won by four runs in a thrilling semi-final match at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Saturday.

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The Indian women’s cricket team is one win away from winning the gold medal at the first Commonwealth Games in 2022 after the hosts beat England by four runs in a thrilling semi-final match at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground on Saturday. In a humdinger that went down to the last over, India’s Sneh Rana defended the last 13 goals to send his team through to the final.

The Indian women’s cricket team has confirmed that they will at least win a silver medal at CWG 2022. (Getty)

The goals of the match came in the penultimate when England captain Natalie Sciver, returning a dangerous second, was sent off. Sciver was set to hit England’s 43-ball 43, but in his call to take matters into his own hands, a call to run that just wasn’t there. That’s after Sciver produced a six-run six and four runs off two balls to reduce the deficit to 14 from 7. But the exit proved to be the beginning of the end for England, who are now playing for bronze.

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India’s platform was created by their star, Smriti Mandhana, who hit a half-century off just 23 balls, the fastest ever by India in women’s cricket. After Harmanpreet Kaur won the toss and elected to bat, Mandhana and Shafali Varma took over the wickets for India and ensured a lively start, racing to 64 in the Powerplay, Mandhana being the aggressor.

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Varma fell for the first Indian wicket, and although Harmanpreet and Deepti Sharma broke the opening scoring with 20 for 20 and 22 for 20, it was Jemimah Rodrigues’ 44 that gave India the much-needed push towards the end. With Mandhana falling to No.9 after scoring 61 off 32 balls with eight boundaries and three sixes, Rodrigues hit seven fours in 31 balls that helped India cross the 150-run margin and mount an all-out assault.

Like India, England women started brightly, with Danielle Wyatt 35 off 27 before Rana dismissed her and Deepti Sharma opened the floodgates by catching Sophia Dunkley LBW. Sciver and Amy Jones threatened to take the game from India with a 54-wicket fourth-wicket partnership, but the first of the three wickets that gave India the breakthrough allowed India to pile on the pressure.

England had one more chance as long as Sciver was there, but once Taniya Bhatia’s bullet shot from deep off the England captain, it was India’s game. In the last over, with 13 runs off 3, substitute Harleen Deol departed at long-on, but after Rana went just one over in the penultimate over, Sophie Ecclestone’s six-ball mid over did nothing but reduce the margin of defeat.

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