New Zealand set new women’s T20 record, England break it 3 hours later

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first_imgIn the summer of 2018 no record is safe in England. A batting record that is.A day on from England’s men’s team breathtaking hitting at Trent Bridge, which saw the highest one-day total being surpassed, the South African ladies found themselves at the wrong side of history.The South Africa women conceded the record for the highest Women’s Twenty20 international scores, twice, that too on the same day at Tauton.First it were the New Zealand women who broke the record (209/4, Australia vs England in Mumbai) when they scored 216/1 and then it was turn of the English to topple the record with their 250/4.Just 12 days after hitting the highest ever ODI score, @WHITE_FERNS have now made the highest score in Women’s T20Is! #SAvNZ #howzstat pic.twitter.com/gV8UqKnmvyICC (@ICC) June 20, 2018Having broken the world record for the highest ODI total just 12 days ago, New Zealand Women added the world record for the highest women’s T20I score to their growing collection of impressive achievements as they racked up 216/1 against South Africa, a total which allowed them to complete a comprehensive victory.Suzie Bates was the star once again for New Zealand just like she was when the White Ferns had scored the ODI record 490/4. Captain Suzie Bates had smashed 151 in the ODI record and on Wednesday, she top-scored with an unbeaten 124, the first T20I century by a New Zealand woman, and the second highest score in all women’s T20Is. Her partnership of 182 for the first wicket with Sophie Devine, who made 73, was the highest for any wicket in all T20I cricket.advertisementNo Proteas bowler was spared their assault, as two of the most powerful hitters in the game strutted their stuff. Opening bowler Marizanne Kapp was the only one who could be somewhat satisfied with her work, having conceded just eight an over and taken the lone wicket that fell. Captain Dane van Niekerk was the only other bowler who conceded less than 10 an over, but still leaked 39 from her quota. Just as the South African bowlers were reeling from that onslaught, they were subjected to more bashing, this time at the hand of the hosts English.England Women broke the record for the highest women’s T20I score, set by New Zealand earlier on the same day, and it stood for less than six hours. Poor South Africa were bludgeoned with England’s 250/3 setting up a 121-run victory.Tammy Beaumont was the main architect, smashing the second-fastest century in women’s T20Is. An incredible 96 of her 116 came in boundaries, and almost all on the leg-side as she punished the Proteas for bowling too straight too often. Before she was dismissed, virtually the only moment of discomfort was when she went to scoop and only managed to send the ball into her own helmet grille.England have finished on 250/3, breaking the world record for the highest women’s T20I innings set earlier today by the @WHITE_FERNS! What a performance!Can South Africa chase this down?#ENGvSA LIVE https://t.co/JCOiX3fawP pic.twitter.com/F295ljHlH1ICC (@ICC) June 20, 2018Danielle Wyatt, who was England’s only T20 centurion before Beaumont, was reduced, for once, to the role of supporting partner, contributing just 56 of England’s first-wicket stand of 147. It wasn’t that she scored particularly slowly – her eventual strike-rate was over 150 – it’s just that it would have taken a bullet train to keep up with Beaumont.At the end of the night, South Africa skipper van Niekerk could only muster, “We got a proper hiding from both teams, they batted really well and I can’t fault how any of them played.”Our bowling is an area of concern,” she said. “We are bowling too many different lines and lengths, we are all over the place. We have to go back to the drawing board and hopefully we can turn it around in the next few games.”(With inputs from ICC)last_img

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