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AUS Women vs PAK Women, 3rd ODI at Sydney, PAK-W in AUS, Jan 21 2023 - Match Result

3rd ODI, North Sydney, January 21, 2023, Pakistan Women tour of Australia
(50 ov, T:337) 235/7

AUS Women won by 101 runs

Player Of The Match
133 (105)
Player Of The Series
191 runs
Match centre 
Scores: Sudeep Poojar | Comms: Alex Malcolm
Scorecard summary
Australia Women 336/9(50 overs)
133 (105)
3/53 (10)
72 (70)
2/50 (10)
Pakistan Women 235/7(50 overs)
34 (66)
2/25 (5)
end of over 502 runs • 1 wicket
PAK-W: 235/7CRR: 4.70 
Tuba Hassan0 (3b)
Muneeba Ali27 (40b 3x4)
Jess Jonassen 5-0-25-2
Alana King 9-0-52-0

That concludes our coverage of the Women's ODI series with Australia winning 3-0. Join us on Tuesday for the first of three T20Is starting at North Sydney Oval. Until then, on behalf of Sudeep and Gnasher it's goodbye from Sydney.

6.28pm Presentation

Player of the Match and Player of the Series is Beth Mooney: "It's always nice to contribute and be part of a great series win for Australia. I'm not sure my body will forgive me tomorrow. It's nice to contribute and do something a little different to what I'm used to in this team. There's a lot of learnings for us. We'll sit down and talk about that. We'll try to execute our plans better in the T20s."

Pakistan captain Bismah Maroof: "They're a good side. Plenty of learnings for us. We wanted to check our bench strength and give some opportunities. They have a future and hopeful they can perform."

Australia captain Meg Lanning: "I thought we stuck it out really well in the field there. The wicket wasn't offering too much. Pakistan batted well. We set it up nicely with the bat which was great, which we wanted to do today. It was a nice way to finish the series."

6.24pm Australia win by 101 runs and win the series 3-0. But Pakistan did tie their highest ever ODI total against Australia. The challenge against the World Champions was just too great. Australia's bowling performance was far from polished. They delivered 25 wides. Ash Gardner was outstanding taking 3 for 30. Jess Jonassen picked up two wickets but only bowled five overs. The story of the day for Australia was Beth Mooney's 135 from 105 balls. It was an exceptional innings and it looked like she had 200 on offer before she fell.

Jonassen to Tuba Hassan, no run

play and miss trying to cut outside off

Jonassen to Tuba Hassan, no run

good length on off, she's back to punch straight to cover

Jonassen to Tuba Hassan, no run

68kph, good length, she's back to force to cover-point

Brad: "I'd love to see a competitive world cup instead of Australia India and England. ICC throw some coin to the emerging nations make them better "

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, OUT

holes out to long on! She advances to try and loft down the ground, she didn't quite middle it as she was off balance, it falls well short of the long on rope and Sutherland takes a simple catch

Fatima Sana c Sutherland b Jonassen 17 (16b 3x4 0x6) SR: 106.25
Jonassen to Muneeba Ali, 1 run

72kph, tossed up on off, she sweeps hard to deep square leg

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, 1 run

73kph, drifting into off, she gives room and forces to cover

Jonassen to finish

end of over 4914 runs
PAK-W: 233/6CRR: 4.75 RRR: 104.00
Fatima Sana16 (14b 3x4)
Muneeba Ali26 (39b 3x4)
Alana King 9-0-52-0
Jess Jonassen 4-0-23-1
King to Fatima Sana, 1 run

tossed up, drifting into leg, she defends on the front foot, working it square for a single

King to Fatima Sana, FOUR runs

this is hammered forward of point! This was too short and wide. it sat up and she hammered it through the gap with no protection back on the off side

King to Fatima Sana, FOUR runs

thick edge flies fine! No slip. Good length spinning away, she tries to cut but the length isn't quite there however the thick edge flies away

King to Fatima Sana, no run

beaten by a lovely 70kph leg break that dips and spins past the edge

King to Muneeba Ali, 1 run

tossed up on off, she leans out and paddles it around the corner

King to Muneeba Ali, FOUR runs

lofted with power straight down the ground! Great shot. She skipped down to the pitch and thumped it straight back over the bowler's head

end of over 484 runs
PAK-W: 219/6CRR: 4.56 RRR: 59.00
Muneeba Ali21 (37b 2x4)
Fatima Sana7 (10b 1x4)
Jess Jonassen 4-0-23-1
Alana King 8-0-38-0
Jonassen to Muneeba Ali, 1 run

full on leg, she drives with ease to long on

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, 1 run

69kph, drifting into leg, she works it off the front foot to square leg

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, no run

75kph, tossed up wide off, she steps out and heaves along the ground to mid on

Jonassen to Muneeba Ali, 1 run

fuller on middle, she sweeps firmly to the fielder at deep square

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, 1 run

shorter length, she's back to pull to deep midwicket

Jonassen to Fatima Sana, no run

shorter length wide of off, she forces off the back foot to cover

end of over 472 runs
PAK-W: 215/6CRR: 4.57 RRR: 40.66
Muneeba Ali19 (35b 2x4)
Fatima Sana5 (6b 1x4)
Alana King 8-0-38-0
Jess Jonassen 3-0-19-1

Can Pakistan get to their highest women's ODI score against Australia?

King to Muneeba Ali, no run

good length leg break wide of off, she cuts nicely straight to point

King to Fatima Sana, 1 run

drifting into leg, she clips this against the turn to deep square leg

Match details
North Sydney Oval, Sydney
TossPakistan Women, elected to field first
Player Of The Match
Player Of The Series
Series resultAustralia Women won the 3-match series 3-0
Match numberWODI no. 1311
Match days21 January 2023 - day (50-over match)
WODI debut
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Match Referee
PointsAustralia Women 2, Pakistan Women 0
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