Match Details

ENGW vs NZW 2nd ODI, ENGW vs NZW 2024

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England Women won by 56 runs 🏆
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B Bezuidenhout Logo
B Bezuidenhout Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
L Tahuhu Logo
L Tahuhu Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
S Ecclestone Logo
S Ecclestone Jersy



S Ecclestone

Econ: 3.00
43rd Over:
= 3
Last Over:
= 11
This Over:
= 3
NZWNZW - 2nd Innings
10 Over 4243
15 Over 6453
20 Over 7567
25 Over 8783
30 Over 105109
35 Over 134144
40 Over 174166
ENGWENGW - 1st Innings
10 Over 4944
15 Over 6965
20 Over 9286
25 Over 114110
30 Over 136128
35 Over 159163
40 Over 190189
50 Over 246252


Inn 1
Inn 2
That's all from our coverage of the second WODI between New Zealand Women and England Women. This is Gourav Samal singing off on behalf of my co-commentators Ayan Chatterjee and Deepak Prakash and scorer/analyst Yogesh Kumar. Thanks for joining us. Stay tuned for more cricketing updates all around the world. Good bye. Have a good day. 
Heather Knight (England Women Captain): "A hard fought win. It was a good wicket challenged us. 270 was a good score we wanted. But 250 kept us in the game. Amy has been good as she chooses the right balls and targets it when it matters. It allows us to be aggressive and pleasing to us. Good effort with the ball and pleased with the effort. We have been tested and happy to come out on top and win the series. The spin duo were outstanding to say the least. They maximised the conditions really well and happy with the win today and the series win. We were thoroughly tested by the Kiwis and now look forward to Sunday to sign things off in style."  
Amelia Kerr (New Zealand Women Captain): "Yeah, obviously another tough loss. Jess was good and there was good partnership in the end that got them to a good score. We got a start and then me and Maddy assessed pressure. Brooke and Gaze was good and they gave hope to us. Disappointing but lots of positives for us. I think we were aggressive but they played smart cricket out there did Amy and Kate. They were smart and a world class side. We were good in patches and competed well but need to do those little things better. It was a nice wicket to bowl on. Spinners got a lot of help as well. They have got a quality spin attack. Same pitch we are going to play on and let's see how we go about it." 
Tammy Beaumont (Player of the Match): "The best time to bat was the new ball. That's the perk of an opener. It got tougher as we went along. Got half century and then did not get the hundred which angered my dad. Amy Jones played a crucial knock again. Yes, we maximised the powerplay with Maia and it helped and we did well. Amy did a great job at the end and middle overs and end was great to see. Great position to be in. Good competition for places and hope to keep pushing on and doing well. It was good to be under the lid for Dean and we want to do things differently. Sophie Ecclestone did well as well. Thank You and I loved it out there."  
Player of the Match: Tammy Beaumont.   
10:25 AM IST and 5:55 PM Local Time | That's it. England Women have won the match by 56 runs and go up by 2-0 in the three match ODI series. 

After winning the toss and electing to bat first, Tammy Beaumont and Maia Boucher opened the innings for England Women. The duo added 37 runs for the first wicket before Bouchier was dismissed for 20 of 30 balls. Beaumont was then joined by skipper Heather Knight in the middle. After putting a partnership of 70 runs on the board, Knight got dismissed for 37 of 43 balls. Nat Sciver-Brunt, Alice Capsey and Danielle Wyatt couldn’t last long on the crease. England were then reduced to 166/7 in 36.1 overs when Amy Jones along with the lower order started building the innings. Amy scored 48 of 40 balls and was well supported by Sophie Ecclestone and Kate Cross, who scored 14 and 20 runs respectively to help their team post a total of 252/10 in 49 overs. Tammy Beaumont remained the only batter who completed her half-century and scored 81 of 96 balls.

For New Zealand, Jess Kerr, Lea Tahuhu, Fran Jonas and Suzie Bates took two wickets each while Hannah Rowe and Amelia Kerr picked one wicket each in the innings to get England Women all out before the completion of 50 overs.

With a target of 253 on board, Suzie Bates and Georgia Plimmer opened the innings for New Zealand. They faced an early setback as Plimmer was dismissed for 7 of 11 balls and Suzie managed to score 28 of 37 balls. At one point, when they were down to 66/4 in 19.3 overs, Brooke Halliday and Isabella Gaze started building up a partnership. The duo added 100 runs for the fifth wicket before Gaze got run out for 47 of 48 balls. Brooke was next to get dismissed for 57 of 90 balls. With little contribution from the lower order and Bernadine Bezuidenhout not coming to bat because of an injury, New Zealand fell short by 56 runs to reach the target as they lost all their wickets for just 196 runs on board.

For England, Nat Sciver-Brunt was the pick of the bowler who took 3/21 in 7 overs. Kate Cross, Lauren Bell, Sophie Ecclestone and Charlotte Dean picked one wicket each in the innings while the other two taken through run-out.
New Zealand Women
Bernadine Bezuidenhout
Lea Tahuhu
Sophie Ecclestone
Bernadine Bezuidenhout won't come out to bat as she is injured and so, the match ends with England winning by 56 runs. 
44.6 S Ecclestone to F Jonas
W Appeal and up goes the finger. Fuller length angling in straight, Jonas plays all around it and gets hit on the pads. Looks OUT. Jonas reviews this in hope. Replays confirm that there is no bat involved and ball tracking confirms three reds. Jonas departs. 9 down. 
44.5 S Ecclestone to L Tahuhu
1 Short of a length around off, Tahuhu pushes it to the cover region for a single. 
Fran Jonas is the new batter on the crease. 
New batsman on crease
  • RUNS7
  • SR26.00
  • AVG3.00
44.4 S Ecclestone to H Rowe
W RUN OUT! Fuller length around off, Rowe swings it to short midwicket and sets off for an impossible run. Good throw from the short midwicket fielder to Sophie who whips off the bails. TV umpire has been called in and we see that the batter is short of her ground at the non-striker's end. Rowe has to depart as the 8th one goes down here. 
44.3 S Ecclestone to L Tahuhu
1 Fuller length around off, Tahuhu chips it away down to wide long-on for a single.