Shell Bicentennial Women's World Cup - Final

Australia Women v England Women

Australia Women won by 8 wickets (with 91 balls remaining)

England Women innings (60 overs maximum) R
CA Hodges b Larsen 23
WA Watson c Annetts b Fullston 17
JA Brittin not out 46
J Powell* c †Matthews b Larsen 1
K Smithies b Fullston 5
JC Tedstone c & b Fullston 2
JM Chamberlain run out 14
PA Lovell lbw b Goss 4
SJ Kitson not out 1
Extras (lb 4, w 10) 14
Total (7 wickets; 60 overs; 199 mins) 127 (2.11 runs per over)
Did not bat L Nye, GA Smith
Fall of wickets 1-42, 2-52, 3-54, 4-65, 5-74, 6-100, 7-119
Bowling O M R W Econ
ZJ Goss 12 4 33 1 2.75
KM Brown 12 2 15 0 1.25
SA Tredrea 12 1 24 0 2.00
LA Larsen 12 1 22 2 1.83
LA Fullston 12 3 29 3 2.41
Australia Women innings (target: 128 runs from 60 overs) R
LA Reeler not out 59
R Buckstein lbw b Chamberlain 0
SI Heywood run out 5
DA Annetts not out 48
Extras (lb 3, w 14) 17
Total (2 wickets; 44.5 overs; 146 mins) 129 (2.87 runs per over)
Did not bat BJ Haggett, SA Tredrea*, LA Larsen, C Matthews, ZJ Goss, KM Brown, LA Fullston
Fall of wickets 1-3, 2-14
Bowling O M R W Econ
JC Tedstone 4 0 16 0 4.00
JM Chamberlain 8 1 23 1 2.87
CA Hodges 4 1 14 0 3.50
GA Smith 8 4 11 0 1.37
K Smithies 10 2 23 0 2.30
PA Lovell 6 2 23 0 3.83
SJ Kitson 4.5 0 16 0 3.31
Match details
Toss England Women, who chose to bat
Series Australia Women won the 1988/89 Shell Bicentennial Women's World Cup
Umpires RC Bailhache and LJ King
Match notes
  • Scorers: J Hodges and F Lund
 
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Aus Women won by 8 wickets (with 91 balls remaining)
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