Australia Women complete their unbeaten tour of West Indies

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 3rd T20:

 

West Indies Women: 81 all out (20 overs, target 82)

Australia Women: 83/1 (7.3/20 overs)

Australia Women won the match by 9 wickets with 75 balls remaining.

West Indies Women won the toss and elected to bat first against Australia Women. Kyshona Knight and Britney Cooper came to bat from West Indies Women’s side. West Indies Women lost all their wickets very quickly in front of Australia Women’s bowling.

Britney Coopers was the only player on West Indies Women’s side who was able to put up a decent score of 29 runs of 35 balls with the help of 4 fours before she was lost her wicket to Georgia Wareham.

West Indies Women’s entire batting line up somehow managed to stand for full 20 overs as the last wicket of West Indies Women fell on the 6th ball of the 20th over. West Indies Women finished their innings at the score of 81 runs, setting up a target of 82 runs for Australia Women to chase.

Australia Women complete their unbeaten tour of West Indies

Jess Jonassen of Australia Women who took 4 wickets also celebrated her career-best of 4 for 7. Georgia Wareham took 3 wickets at the cost of 14 runs for Australia Women while Megan Schutt took 2 wickets by conceding 14 runs in 3 overs.

Australia Women started out with a bang as Australia Women’s wicketkeeper-batsman Alyssa Healy smacked a quick 38 off 16 balls by hitting 6 fours and 2 huge sixes in Australia Women’s chase of the target of 82 runs.

After Alyssa Healy lost her wicket in the 4th over of the innings to Afy Fletcher of West Indies Women after her explosive innings, Australia Women’s Beth Mooney and Ellyse Perry took it from where Healy left it by finishing the job and achieving the target of 82 runs in just 7.3 overs.

Jess Jonassen was awarded the “Player of the Match” award because of her career-best performance of 4 wickets for 7 runs against the West Indies Women. Australia Women’s wicketkeeper-batsman Alyssa Healy was awarded “Player of the Series” for her outstanding performances all over the tour of West Indies.

Australia Women won their 3rd and last T20I of their tour of West Indies 2019 in a very dominant fashion. Below is a short summary of the rest of their matches.

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 1st ODI:

West Indies Women won the toss and elected to field first. Australia Women scored 308/4 after 50 overs. West Indies Women got all out on 130 runs in 37.3 overs. Australia Women won the match by 178 runs and Alyssa Healy of Australia Women was awarded “Player of the match” for her 122 off 105 balls.

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 2nd ODI:

Australia Women won the toss and elected to bat first. Australia Women once against scored 308 runs at the loss of 2 wickets. West Indies Women could only score 157/8 in 50 overs in their chase of 309 runs. Australia Women won the match and Ellyse Perry of Australia Women was awarded “Player of the Match” for her 112 off 118 balls.

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 3rd ODI:

West Indies Women won the toss and elected to bat first. West Indies Women scored 180 runs in 50 overs. Australia Women achieved the target of 192 runs in just 31.1 overs. Australia Women won by 8 wickets and Alyssa Healy of Australia Women was awarded the “Player of the Match” for her 61 off 32 while Ellyse Perry was awarded “Player of the series”.

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 1st T20I:

West Indies Women won the toss and elected to bat first. West Indies Women scored 106/8 in 20 overs. Australia Women scored 108/4 in 18.5 overs. Australia Women won the match by 6 wickets with 7 balls remaining. Australia Women’s captain Meg Lanning was awarded “Player of the Match” for her 54 off 54.

Australia Women vs West Indies Women 2nd T20I:

Australia Women won the toss and elected to field first. West Indies Women scored 97/9 in 20 overs. Australia Women achieved the target of 98 runs in 14.3 overs at the loss of 1 wicket. Australia Women won the match by 9 wickets. Alyssa Healy of Australia Women was awarded “Player of the Match” because of her unbeaten 58 off 43.

 

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