New Zealand v Australia, 2nd women's ODI, Lincoln

New Zealand fightback thumps Australia

Cricinfo staff

March 9, 2008

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New Zealand 238 (Browne 48, Satterthwaite 48, Martin 45) beat Australia 156 (Purves 52) by 82 runs
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New Zealand jumped right back into Rose Bowl contention with a crunching 82-run win against Australia to leave the series level at 1-1. The home side made plenty of 240-plus scores at the Lincoln ground against England without always winning but found 238 was more than enough in the second match to conquer Australia, the current holders.

Katey Martin's good form continued with 45, while Nicola Browne and Amy Satterthwaite both posted 48. Sarah Andrews was Australia's best bowler with two wickets, while Ellyse Perry, Shelley Nitschke and Lisa Sthalekar both took one.

New Zealand's new-ball pairing of Helen Watson and Sophie Devine then worked well together, taking two wickets each to set Australia on the back foot at 4 for 43. They could not recover, as Lucy Doolan chipped in with 3 for 42.

Australia will take some comfort from a half-century from Jodie Purves, who was included as a specialist batsman while Leonie Coleman kept wicket. Her fifth-wicket stand of 82 with Perry made the score more respectable but by the time it was broken Australia needed ten an over from the last ten overs, which proved too much.

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