NZ thrash England in last ODI

NZ thrash England in final ODI


Amy Satterthwaite and Amelia Kerr placed on a New Zealand ODI file stand of 172 for the fourth wicket
England 220 (47.5 overs): Beaumont 88* (113), Knight 60 (82); A Kerr 4-42
New Zealand 223-3 (46.Four overs): Satterthwaite 119* (128), A Kerr 72* (88)
New Zealand received by seven wickets; England win collection 2-1
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Amy Satterthwaite’s very good unbeaten century led New Zealand to a straightforward seven-wicket win over England within the last one-day worldwide in Dunedin.

England opener Tammy Beaumont continued her positive type with 88 not out and captain Heather Knight scored 60.

But the remainder of the batters struggled because the vacationers fell from 140-2 to be bowled out for 220 off 47.5 overs.

Satterthwaite hit 119 and Amelia Kerr made 72 not out to information the hosts to their goal with 20 balls to spare.

England take the collection 2-1, however defeat ends a run of 10 consecutive victories throughout all codecs, whereas that is the White Ferns’ first ODI win in 12 matches.

“This is my first win as ODI captain so it’s been a long time coming,” mentioned New Zealand skipper Sophie Devine, who took over the function completely in July final yr after earlier captain Satterthwaite returned from maternity depart.

“Amy Satterthwaite led from the front and Amelia Kerr is a gun but our bowlers also got a chance to shine as England were in a good position to have a crack in the last 20 overs and we pegged them back.”

Satterthwaite grew to become the 10th lady to cross 4,000 ODI runs and the third New Zealander, after Debbie Hockley and Suzie Bates, who missed this collection with a shoulder harm.

England stumble in pursuit of fresh sweep

England captain Heather Knight reacts after being dismissed in the third ODI against New Zealand
Aside from Tammy Beaumont, England struggled after the dismissal of captain Heather Knight

After the early lack of opener Danni Wyatt for one, England began nicely, with Beaumont and Knight placing on a stand of 109, earlier than the skipper was trapped lbw by leg-spinner Amelia Kerr.

Unlike within the earlier two matches, England’s high order failed to determine substantial partnerships, with no different batter scoring greater than 15.

Nat Sciver fell to Brooke Halliday for 12 and wicketkeeper Amy Jones was caught and bowled by seamer Jess Kerr for 15 to depart England 161-4.

The vacationers misplaced their final six wickets for simply 59 runs, with Devine eradicating Fran Wilson and the returning Lauren Winfield-Hill earlier than Amelia Kerr cleaned up the tail to complete with 4-42 off 8.5 overs.

It meant nobody was in a position to present enough help for the in-form Beaumont, who hit her third straight half-century, ending unbeaten on 88 off 113 balls, together with seven fours.

New Zealand had been bowled out for scores decrease than their goal of 221 in every of the primary two matches and their openers once more fell cheaply, with Natalie Dodd dismissed by the recalled Freya Davies and Hayley Jensen bowled by Sciver.

That left the hosts 15-2 earlier than Satterthwaite and Devine steadied the innings till the latter was trapped lbw by Kate Cross for 15.

Despite the absence of rested quick bowler Katherine Brunt, England’s bowlers initially troubled Amelia Kerr however she settled in earlier than enjoying some deft strokes.

She mixed with the expertise Satterthwaite for 172 – New Zealand’s highest fourth-wicket partnership in ODIs.

They saved nicely on high of the required fee all through, with left-hander Satterthwaite enjoying the extra attacking knock as she smacked 10 fours and two sixes, mentioning her seventh ODI century off 120 balls and first in 4 years.

All-rounder Amelia Kerr, who was named participant of the match, hit seven fours, together with the ultimate boundary off Sciver to guide the hosts to 223-Three off 46.Four overs.

Unlike the primary two ODIs, this match was performed behind closed doorways after a brand new lockdown was launched within the nation.

The two sides face one another once more in a three-match Twenty20 collection that begins in Wednesday in Wellington, having been moved from Auckland due to lockdown measures.

The first two T20s will even be performed with out spectators, with a choice but to be made about followers’ attendance within the third T20 on 7 March.

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