West Indies seal collection with clinical exhaust – Cricbuzz – Cricbuzz

West Indies seal collection with clinical exhaust – Cricbuzz – Cricbuzz


With little support from the other end, Garth's 51* couldn't lift Ireland to a win.

With minute make stronger from the assorted stop, Garth’s 51* would perchance perchance now not pick Eire to a exhaust. © Getty

West Indies Females beat Eire Females by 45 runs in the second T20I in Dublin to amass an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match T20I collection. After a hit the toss and opting to bat, West Indies turned out a commendable performance with the bat, with all their high-sigh batsmen contributing deal in a manner that a mini-give arrangement of 4 for 18 runs customarily mattered.

West Indies cruised to a aggressive 157/6, smashing 21 in the easiest doable ten balls, and thereby yielding a productive slog fragment. Captain Kim Garth changed into once Eire’s completely shiny light, picking up three wickets for 22 runs in her four overs.

Eire began off solidly but fashioned wickets and their incapacity to preserve with the desired fee price them dearly. Once once more, Garth changed into once the lone warrior with the bat, nudging her manner to a historic fifty, with desperately minute make stronger from the assorted stop.

After collapsing to 67 for six in the 15th over, MacMohan and Garth determined to play out their twenty overs, and without reference to the block-block-smack methodology by Garth, she fell in need of smacks and more importantly, singles, because the West Indies pulled off a clinical exhaust to wrap up the gathering 2-0.

The third T20I will seemingly be performed at the Pembroke Cricket Club in Dublin as effectively, on Wednesday (Could 29).

Short Scores: West IndiesFemales157-6 in 20 overs (Stacy-Ann King 34, Hayley Matthews 33; Kim Garth 3-22)beat Eire Females112-6 in 20 overs (Kim Garth 51*, Mary Waldron 25; Stacy-Ann King 2-15)by 45 runs.


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