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RESULT
2nd ODI, North Sound, September 22, 2022, New Zealand Women tour of West Indies
(40.1/50 ov, T:170) 171/8

NZ Women won by 2 wickets (with 59 balls remaining)

Player Of The Match
48 (78)
maddy-green
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Eden Carson stars on ODI debut as New Zealand spinners dominate

Maddy Green took charge of the chase before the visitors suffered a late wobble

Maddy Green steers the ball off the back foot, New Zealand vs India, 2nd women's ODI, Queenstown, February 15, 2022

Maddy Green took New Zealand to the brink of victory (file photo)  •  Getty Images

New Zealand Women 171 for 8 (Green 48, Down 33, Ramharack 3-22, Selman 2-30) beat West Indies Women 169 for 9 (Matthews 46, Henry 30, Carson 3-31, Jensen 2-27) by two wickets
New Zealand secured their first ODI series win in West Indies with a two-wicket victory in Antigua where Eden Carson claimed three wickets on debut then Maddy Green anchored the chase.
It became tighter than it should have done for New Zealand as they lost 4 for 3 late in the chase, but Hayley Jensen struck the winning boundary after Carson survived two balls from Karishma Ramharack who had taken three of those wickets.
Carson, an offspinner, had a terrific debut as she claimed the key wicket of West Indies' top-scorer Hayley Matthews as her first scalp - lbw on the back foot - followed by Chinelle Henry and Shakera Selman. She, Fran Jonas and Amelia Kerr combined to cause plenty of problems and their combined figures read: 28-3-65-5. Kerr and Jonas conceded just 17 each from their 10 overs.
West Indies had slipped to 29 for 3 in the 11th over and were in further trouble when Lea Tahuhu had Stafanie Taylor well caught by Isabella Gaze and Kerr had Kyshona Knight taken in the covers off a leading edge.
Matthews and Henry built a stand of 47 for the sixth wicket before Carson made her impact and the lower order was left trying to see out the 50 overs.
West Indies fought back with the ball early in the chase as New Zealand's slipped to 51 for 3 but their run rate was good which meant little scoreboard pressure. Green and Lauren Down added 66 for the fourth wicket to break the back of the target, then Green and Brooke Halliday got them with six runs before the late stutter that did not prove costly.

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