Womens Cricket: AUS Vs. IND finishes in Draw

Womens Cricket: Historic Test finishes in Draw AUS Vs. IND.

After their historic home Test ended in a “frustrating” draw. Australia’s women’s cricket coach Matthew Mott criticized his team’s inability to take their chances.

Despite the fact that Meg Lanning won the toss and chose to bat first. The host team had little fun during the 4 day Test as the tourists and the weather conspired to denied Australia a much-needed victory.

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India‘s first-innings total of 8d-377, which was accumulated at a glacial pace over more than 7 sessions, made a win seem impossible.

While India began the final day with the expectation of securing a stunning victory with a few early wickets.

The visitors were denied by half-centuries from Ellyse Perry (68*) and Ashleigh Gardner (51).

After declaring at 9d-241, Australia were 136 runs behind India.

Cricket: AUS Vs. IND

AUS Vs. IND– While India’s second innings were more focused, their 3d-135 was never going to give Australia enough time to really consider lowering the total.

Alyssa Healy (6) and Beth Mooney (11), Australia’s openers. Were both lost, but the game ended with a score of 2-36 for both teams.

The batsmen who were not out were Lanning (17) and Perry (1*).

Cricket: AUS Vs. IND

Australia’s World Cup-winning coach Mott bemoaned the team’s bad start on day one. When Smriti Mandhana scored a magnificent 127 from some short and wide-pitched bowling.

India was down at 1-195 until Gardner defeated Mandhana. “The first word that comes to mind when describing the Test is frustrating,” Mott remarked.

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