Watch Two Incredible Catches In New Zealand Vs Australia Women’s World Cup Match

Women’s World Cup 2022: Recently, we got to see two spectacular catches in match no.11, which was played between Australia and New Zealand on March 13, 2022. Since then these two catches have been fetching spectators’ attention all over the social media platform. If we talk about the match, the six-times world champion Australia set the target of 269/8 for New Zealand. While in chasing, the team New Zealand got all-out at the score of just 128.

Thus. Australia easily got the victory on New Zealand in a one-sided match. As we know, the New Zealand side is known as one of the best field teams in cricket.

Watch Two Incredible Catches In New Zealand Vs Australia Women's World Cup Match

Even though Australia had won the match. But New Zealand gave a full effort in the field. in this match. we got to see two spectacular catches from both teams.

During Australian batting, we got to see the first catch by New Zealand’s Maddy Green, who ran to her left from long-on and took an acrobatic catch to dismiss Australia’s Ellyse Perry off the bowling of Lea Tahuhu.

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The second catch we got to see from the Australian side. New Zealand was chasing the score of 269. then, New Zealand’s Amelia Kerr edged a Darcie Brown delivery toward the slip cordon. Australian skipper Beth Mooney took the one-handed catch on the slip by diving in the air.

Although, we got to see the tough side from the Australian batting line-up for the score of 269/8. During the first batting, every player gave a contribution to the team. In this match, we got to see incredible performances from Perry (68) and Tahlia McGrath (57).

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Apart from that, we got to see a powerful knock from Ashleigh Gardner (48* from just 18 balls) and reached the score of 269/8.

Not only bat, but the Australian bowling also gave the equal contribution in the victory. In the second innings, youngster Brown (3/22) took the most wicked from the Australian side. Furthermore, Jade Wellington (2/34? and Gardner (2/15) sent the middle order and tail-ender to the pavilion.

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