Huge win in final ODI: Tammy Beaumont scored a sensational 102 as England achieved a 203-run overall victory over New Zealand at Canterbury to win the ODI Series 4-1. New Zealand opted to go bowling first, chasing early breakthroughs to prevent England’s bullies from finding a fluid rhythm. But Tammy Beaumont shone in the way of her life and sewed a wonderful booth together with her opening partner Lauren WinfieldHill. It should be 16.5 overs and 95 runs before the Canterbury visitors find some cheer. Hayley Jensen (1/62) would scalp WinfieldHill for 43, ending the top spot.
Huge win in final ODI: Skipper Heather Knight was killed by a duck against Lea Tahuhu (1/63), but Nat Sciver and Beaumont later built a strong partnership adding 59 runs before Sciver was caught upfront by Hannah Rowe at 39.
Amy Jones then came in and immediately started hitting the visiting bowlers as another major partnership for the hosts ensued. Jones would be leaving for a good 60 when Beaumont also returned to the pavilion after collecting a scorching ton in the eighth of her career at ODI.
Charlotte Dean would get Tahuhu’s final wicket. As the hosts drove home for a 203-run total victory. Katey Martin, 5, and Hayley Jensen, 19. Were the next layoffs as New Zealand faced a severe defeat. Brooke Halliday and Hannah Rowe did their best to make the scorecard work. But they just stared at the inevitable. Knight’s double hit sent Halliday and Rowe down 27 and 20 respectively as the hosts closed in on a 4-1 straight win.
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