Women’s World T20- England Women won against West Indies Women by One wicket

Dharamsala: In ICC Women’s World T- 20 series, the match between England and West Indies is won by England’s Women team, yesterday on 24th day of March. The match won by a single Wicket. In the match, it was witnessed by the viewers that the team- England which dished out a performance of disciplined bowling for restricting team- West Indies up to a unpretentious 108 runs for 4 wickets in only 20 overs.

In the opening of the match, for West Indies team its skipper- Stafanie Taylor won the toss and choose to bat first, and this let the England’s team to bowl for West Indies. However, in the opening overs, it was seen that H Matthews’s wicket down at 9 (10). Katherine Brunt for England was bowling the second over when she took H Matthewes’s wicket.

Later, S Quintyne for West Indies was required to leave the battle after her wicket was taken away by Jenny Gunn in twelfth over. And in the last over, S Taylor and D Dottin were also loosen their wickets.

Now, in the match, England required to grab 109 to win, Charlotte Edwards and Tammy Beaumont were to open the battle, and they shared 49 balls for 59 runs in partnership, however, thereafter, it was seen that things went terribly wrong for them, as they kept losing their wickets at regular intervals.

Till eight over in the match, England women fight strongly, thereafter, in the ninth over, they lose their first wicket of T Beaumont. These openers for England gave 10 boundaries hit and one six in 49 balls.

In the last overs for England, the Quintyne who began the 19th one, get a wicket in her first ball, and K Brunt was out. Again she took Gunn’s wicket in the same over and in the last over, West Indies’s Dottin who bowled the final over took wicket of Shrubsole, when England was to have 3 needed off 2. And in the last ball, a single 1 needed off 1 and England Women won.

The match was played and viewed by the number of audience in Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium.

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