Match Details

NZW vs PAKW 1st ODI, PAKW vs NZW 2023

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PAKW
234-1049.5
New Zealand Women won by 131 runs 🏆
NZW
50.0365-4
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47th Over:
2
0
1
0
0
wd
0
 
= 4
48th Over:
1
1
1
W
0
0
 
= 3
Last Over:
1
1
0
1
0
0
 
= 3
This Over:
1
0
0
1
W
 
= 2
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Player of the Match

Suzie Bates
0/4
108(104)
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Suzie Bates Jersy
R(B)4S6SSR
2 (8)9 (12)0 0 0 0 25.00 75.00
P'ship : 0(0)
Last Wkt :   Umme Hani 9(12)
BowlerA Kerr
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3-448.5 4.98
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PAKWPAKW - 2nd Innings
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10 Over 4361
15 Over 8390
20 Over 119116
25 Over 140128
30 Over 149145
35 Over 173163
NZWNZW - 1st Innings
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10 Over 4751
15 Over 7480
20 Over 107115
25 Over 145161
30 Over 195185
35 Over 217215
40 Over 249262
50 Over 354365

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This concludes the coverage of the first ODI between New Zealand Women and Pakistan Women. Keep following our network for comprehensive cricket updates worldwide and across various formats. Signing off for now, this is Saipavan Janaki, on behalf of my co-commentators Ayan Chatterjee and Anirudh Modi (First Innings) and scorer/analyst Bishal Mandal. Cheers!
Sophie Devine (New Zealand Women Captain): "A complete performance with the bat. That is what we want. Then with the ball, we had to scrap and Sidra played well. But we came and fought to get over the line. The aim was to do well and know within our group and glad we did well and what we are capable of. We would have batted first in any case. So, was not disappointed in losing the toss. We would have batted first anyways. We know Queenstown and put the runs on the board. Good to be 1-0 up in the series now."  
Fatima Sana (Pakistan Women Stand-in Captain): "Yes, but next time we will do best. Devine took the game away from us. Yes, maybe it was the right decision and it was Nida who took it so ok with that. It was freezing not just cold. Yes, hopefully, we will get better at our areas and we need to get early wickets going forward. Yes, I think Diana is a main loss and we will have to deal with it. Hope to do well in the next game."  
Suzie Bates (Player of the Match): "Yes, I do. The weather could have been a warmer. We love this wicket and the crowd. Good pace and bounce here. Their spinners did a great job to take pace off the ball. Bernadine did well and then Amelia and Sophie gave us the score. Pakistan came hard at us, but we controlled it well and got the job done in the end. I am happy to contribute to the team and good that we won today. I have got a few matches left in me and want to contribute to the team. Lanning is done which is sad, but I am happy where I am. Sophie was great and the way she played was great and she was outstanding with the ball. We would have got 300 but her innings took us to 350+. Great knock and a great win."     
Player of the Match: Suzie Bates.  
10.52 AM IST, 06.22 PM Local Time: New Zealand Women secured a comprehensive victory in the first ODI, dominating with an all-around performance. Leading the series 1-0 in the three-match ODI series, they outplayed Pakistan Women, emerging triumphant by a substantial margin of 131 runs. 

Earlier, Pakistan won the toss and opted to bowl. The Kiwi openers built a formidable partnership of 165 runs, laying a solid foundation for their team. Despite Bernadine's run-out, New Zealand continued to dominate as Amelia Kerr and her partner crafted another 82-run stand for the second wicket. The highlight of the innings came from Suzie Bates, who played a stellar innings, achieving a fantastic century with 108 runs off 104 balls.

The momentum continued with Amelia Kerr and Sophie Devine, contributing to a substantial 107-run partnership for the third wicket. Devine's explosive knock of 70 runs from 36 balls propelled New Zealand to a commanding total of 365 runs. Despite a challenging day for the Pakistani bowlers, Hani stood out, finishing with figures of 1/57 from her 10 overs. 

Chasing a formidable total of 366 runs, Pakistan Women's innings began strongly with openers Muneeba Ali and Sidra Ameen contributing 110 runs for the first wicket before Ali departed for 44. Concussion substitute Sadaf Shamas added 10 runs before leaving the field.

The partnership between Ameen and Bismah Maroof yielded 30 runs for the third wicket. Ameen shone as the top scorer with 105 runs off 117 balls, featuring 12 fours. Despite the promising start, New Zealand Women's bowlers, led by Amelia Kerr with 3 wickets, executed well, restricting Pakistan Women to 234 runs in 49.5 overs. Lea Tahuhu, Sophie Devine, Hannah Rowe, Jess Kerr, and Fran Jonas Carson also contributed wickets to secure a convincing victory. 

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49.5 A Kerr to U Hani
W WICKET! Appeal and up goes the finger. Full and straight angling in, Hani goes for the sweep and misses. The ball hits the pads in front of the stumps. This looked OUT and up went the finger. Hani is the last man out for 9 as Pakistan have been bowled out for 234 in 49.5 overs. A convincing win for the White Ferns in Queenstown. 
49.4 A Kerr to G Fatima
1 Fuller length around off, Fatima swings it away to the midwicket region for a single. 
49.3 A Kerr to G Fatima
0 Short of a length, Fatima pulls it away to the mid-on region. 
49.2 A Kerr to G Fatima
0 Fuller length around off, Fatima drives it to the cover fielder. 
49.1 A Kerr to U Hani
1 Fuller length around off, Hani sweeps it away to Tahuhu in the deep for a single. 
OVER 49
Pakistan Women
232/9
Ghulam Fatima
1(5)
Umme Hani
8(10)
Jess Kerr
1-36(8.0)
48.6 J Kerr to G Fatima
0 Fuller length around off, Fatima drives it straight to the point fielder to end the over. 
48.5 J Kerr to G Fatima
0 Fuller length around off, Fatima pushes it to the cover fielder. 
48.4 J Kerr to U Hani
1 Good length on the pads, Hani clips it to square leg for a single. 
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