Shell Bicentennial Women's World Cup - 20th match

England Women v Netherlands Women

England Women won by 180 runs

England Women innings (60 overs maximum) R
CA Hodges b van Lier 91
WA Watson c Vernout b Veltman 57
JA Brittin run out 29
J Powell* not out 52
JC Tedstone not out 16
Extras (b 2, lb 6, w 24, nb 1) 33
Total (3 wickets; 60 overs; 208 mins) 278 (4.63 runs per over)
Did not bat JM Chamberlain, PA Lovell, SJ Kitson, L Nye, GA Smith, CJ Barrs
Fall of wickets 1-163, 2-174, 3-243
Bowling O M R W Econ
I Dulfer-Keijzer 12 1 39 0 3.25
DL Loman 12 1 46 0 3.83
A van Lier 12 1 47 1 3.91
E Veltman 8 0 42 1 5.25
C Grevers 9 0 47 0 5.22
L Vernout 5 0 36 0 7.20
I Schoof 2 0 13 0 6.50
Netherlands Women innings (target: 279 runs from 60 overs) R
L Vernout b Kitson 15
N Payne b Smith 5
I Schoof c Powell b Chamberlain 0
B van Teunenbroek c Brittin b Hodges 0
A van Lier* b Lovell 10
H Dinnissen c & b Lovell 28
I Dulfer-Keijzer run out 3
V Wesenhagen b Lovell 2
C Grevers c Watson b Barrs 1
E Veltman not out 0
DL Loman not out 0
Extras (b 4, lb 1, w 29) 34
Total (9 wickets; 60 overs; 198 mins) 98 (1.63 runs per over)
Fall of wickets 1-16, 2-19, 3-22, 4-31, 5-85, 6-89, 7-96, 8-98, 9-98
Bowling O M R W Econ
JM Chamberlain 6 1 15 1 2.50
JC Tedstone 8 5 10 0 1.25
GA Smith 11 6 19 1 1.72
CA Hodges 12 5 17 1 1.41
SJ Kitson 6 2 7 1 1.16
CJ Barrs 7 2 10 1 1.42
PA Lovell 10 5 15 3 1.50
Match details
Toss Netherlands Women, who chose to field
Points England Women 4, Netherlands Women 0
Umpires Unknown
 
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