Match Details

ENGW vs NZW 3rd ODI, ENGW vs NZW 2024

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New Zealand Women won by 7 wickets 🏆
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S Devine Logo
S Devine Jersy



S Devine
4s: 11
6s: 4
M Green Logo
M Green Jersy



M Green
4s: 3
6s: 0
C Dean Logo
C Dean Jersy



C Dean

Econ: 9.00
37th Over:
= 10
Last Over:
= 17
This Over:
= 13
NZWNZW - 2nd Innings
10 Over 4131
15 Over 5348
20 Over 7173
25 Over 95108
30 Over 132131
35 Over 156152
ENGWENGW - 1st Innings
10 Over 4750
15 Over 7872
20 Over 10288
25 Over 11097
30 Over 117122
35 Over 144146
40 Over 172175
50 Over 220194


Inn 1
Inn 2
That concludes the coverage of the third and final ODI between England Women and New Zealand Women. Keep following our network for updates on cricketing events worldwide, spanning various formats. 

Signing off for now, this is Saipavan Janaki, along with my co-commentators Saptak Sanyal, Ayan Chatterjee, and Gaurav Samal, accompanied by scorer/analyst Yogesh Kumar. Wishing everyone a fantastic day ahead!
Heather Knight collects the trophy and joins her teammates for the celebration.
Heather Knight ( England Women Captain) - "Yeah frustrated with today’s performance to be honest nothing went our side today.  We struggled first with the bat then ball. But we showed some good things in the first 2 ODI’s as we batted well in both. Bit frustrating today and good leaning today and will progress go further. I think Sophie innings was great and we failed to get some wickets in the middle. We had few situations and we got some pressure back on in the middle. We got little time and lots of cricket to come and for us some players comes and that will be better and lots of cricket to come."

Sophie Devine (New Zealand Women Captain)- "Today was a great example about how we should proceed our game in the future. We have series against India and Bangladesh later in this year. We played good cricket. Amy and Dean shared a good partnership in the first game and snatched the game from us. We did a lot of hard work and as a result our youngsters are playing good cricket.

We have to accept how hard it is to perform in the sports. We have to give time to our youngsters. Everyone of us deserves a good break time after today. We have to do a lot of hard work and then come back for the series against Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. We have to compete with top three teams in the world and we have to be prepared for that.

I am proud of our performance"
Amy Jones (Player of the Series) : "In general, we just tried to play according to the situation. I have struggled in the past in some situations, but here I just tried to be consistent with the performance. The conditions over here are also very similar to that back at home. It also kept challenging us at times and we also liked it. There were some quick learnings from the run-chase in the first game and helped me a lot in performing better in next two games."
Player of the Series- Amy Jones
Sophie Devine (Player of the Match)- "No not at all. I never thought that I have to reach the century. I just wanted to chase the run as quickly as possible with more wickets in hand. I just focused on leading from the front. The partnership with Melie(Amelia Kerr) and Maddy Green was instrumental for our win. We had to go for attacking the English attack. They have played an excellent cricket throughout the ODI and T20I series."
Player of the Match- Sophie Devine
10.32 AM IST, 05.02 PM Local Time: New Zealand Women secured a 7-wicket win against England, preventing a clean sweep and marking a valiant finish to the series. While England clinched the ODI series with a 2-1 victory, New Zealand's resilient performance in the final match highlighted their competitive prowess.

Earlier, England Women won the toss and opted to bat, but they faced early setbacks as Tammy Beaumont and Maia Bouchier departed cheaply. However, Nat Sciver and Heather Knight steadied the ship with a vital half-century partnership. Despite Sciver's departure for 27, hopes were raised, only to be dashed as wickets fell in quick succession, leaving England reeling at 95 for 6.

Amy Jones and Charlie Dean then orchestrated a remarkable recovery, adding 73 runs for the 7th wicket. Jones' composed half-century provided much-needed stability, but England's tail-enders struggled to push the score beyond 200. New Zealand's bowling, led by Hannah Rowe and Jess Kerr, kept the pressure on throughout, with Rowe claiming three crucial wickets. As England Women were dismissed for 194.  

New Zealand Women's pursuit of 195 runs started on a rocky note, losing both openers Suzie Bates and Georgia Plimmer early, with only 14 runs on the scoreboard. Despite this setback, the resilient partnership of Sophie Devine and Amelia Kerr steadied the ship, adding 76 crucial runs for the third wicket.

Kerr's departure after a resilient 31 off 60 deliveries showcased her contribution to the innings. Devine continued to anchor the innings, forming a formidable alliance with newcomer Maddy Green. Their unbroken stand of 105 runs for the fourth wicket exemplified their determination and skill, guiding New Zealand closer to victory.

Devine's captaincy and batting prowess shone throughout the innings as she reached a well-deserved century in the final ball, remaining unbeaten at 100 runs off 91 deliveries, featuring an impressive array of 11 fours and 4 sixes. Green's unbeaten 38 runs further bolstered the chase. With 11 overs to spare, New Zealand confidently crossed the victory line at 195/3 in 39 overs.

In the bowling department, Nat Sciver-Brunt, Sophie Ecclestone, and Kate Cross each contributed with a wicket for England Women, but couldn't stop New Zealand's determined pursuit of victory.

Stick around for the post-match presentation… 

New Zealand Women
Sophie Devine
Maddy Green
Charlie Dean
There she goes!!!! Exactly what the doctor ordered! She steps out and goes up and over of cow corner and hugs Maddy Green in delight. That has been a terrific knock from the White Ferns' skipper after getting reduced to 14/2 in the early stages of the chase. She brings up her 8th hundred in ODI, first against England.
38.6 C Dean to S Devine
6 SIXXX!!! That's it. Sophie Devine does it in style. Hits the winning run and also completes her century with the maximum. Charlie Dean again flights it on middle and off, Devine dances down the track and lofts it over deep mid-wicket for another maximum, this time to end the run chase. That's a captain's knock. 

Although England Women have already won the series by securing win the first two WODIs, today's performance by New Zealand has been completely clinical. They have outclassed their opponents both with the bat and the ball.  

38.5 C Dean to S Devine
0 Flighted on middle and off, turning in, Devine stays on the crease to defend it towards mid-wicket. No run. 
New Zealand needs 6 runs and Sophie Devine is also just 6 runs short of her century!
38.4 C Dean to S Devine
6 SIXXX!!!! Easily clears the rope. Devine is in a hurry to finish this off. Flighted on off, spinning in, Devine comes down the pitch to heave it over the deep midwicket for a maximum.  
38.3 C Dean to S Devine
0 Flighted outside off, Devine gets beaten on outside edge while looking to defend. No run.