Windies Women crash to second defeat

New Zealand Cricket article.

Lincoln, New Zealand - The White Ferns have taken an unassailable 2-0 lead against the West Indies Women, after beating the visitors by 94 runs in the second One Day International in Lincoln.

Anchored by Sara McGlashan with 71 and aided by some heavy hitting from Rachel Priest at the death, the White Ferns posted an imposing 274 for five in the first innings. The West Indies response lacked a big partnership and after 50 overs they were restricted to 180 for nine. Holly Huddleston was the chief destroyer with the ball for the White Ferns, taking her maiden five-wicket-bag.

Having lost the toss and been asked to bat, the White Ferns suffered an early hiccup when captain Suzie Bates was dismissed for seven. However, the pair of Samantha Curtis and Sara McGlashan steadied the ship for the hosts, putting on 98 for the second wicket.

Curtis, playing in her second match, gave away few chances on her way to 42, but was run-out thanks to an athletic bit of fielding from Shemaine Campbell. Thankfully it didn’t take long for her replacement, Sophie Devine (45), to establish herself at the crease.

Even McGlashan’s dismissal in the 35th over didn’t slow the White Ferns down, with Katie Perkins teaming up with Devine to put on 62 for the fourth wicket. Devine’s knock came from 40 balls and included six fours, before ending when she was caught on the boundary.

With eight overs remaining the White Ferns were 196 for four, but a flurry of boundaries from Perkins (45* off 34) and Priest (40* from 19) would add a further 78 to their total. Priest in particular was in formidable touch, crunching five consecutive boundaries at one point.

Two run-outs hurt the home side, while three West Indies bowlers took a wicket apiece.

With such a high target it was going to take a special individual effort to topple the White Ferns total, but the bowlers did a good job of pegging the West Indies back whenever they began to look threatening.

The key wicket was that of Stafanie Taylor, who looked dangerous en route to 32, before driving one to McGlashan who took a sharp catch.

Shemaine Campbell (45) loomed as their last hope, but in the 33rd over the 21 year-old fell victim to Huddleston, who almost singlehandedly destroyed the West Indies middle-order. In the end the 26-year-old finished with impressive figures of five for 36 from 10 overs.

The White Ferns will have a chance to go for the clean-sweep on Wednesday.


Summary Scores:

New Zealand Women Innings: 274/5 (50 Overs). Sara McGlashan 71, Katie Perkins 45*, Sophie Devine 45, Sam Curtis 42, Stafanie Taylor 7-0-34-1, Stacy-Ann King 6-0-33-1, Shaquana Quintyne 8-1-47-1, Shanel Daley 6-1-20-0.

West Indies Women Innings: 180/9 (50 Overs). Shemaine Campbelle 45, Stafanie Taylor 32, Shanel Daley 26, Shaquana Quintyne 18; Holly Huddleston 10-2-36-5, Nicola Browne 9-1-26-1, Sophie Devine 6-1-20-1, Frances Mackay 8-1-39-1.

New Zealand Women won by 94 runs


New Zealand Women

S Bates* c Henry b Taylor 7

S Curtis run out (Campbelle) 42

S McGlashan c Taylor b King 71

S Devine c Campbelle b Quintyne 45

K Perkins not out 45

N Browne run out ( Smartt) 7

R Priest+ not out 40

Total: 274/5 (50 Overs)

Extras: (B 0, Lb 5, Wd 11, Nb 1) 17

Did not Bat: F Mackay, H Jensen, M Nielsen, H Huddleston

Fall of Wickets: 1-20 (S Bates, 5.3), 2-118 (S Curtis, 30.6), 3-134 (S McGlashan, 34.3), 4-196 (S Devine, 42.1), 5-216 (N Browne, 45.2)

West Indies Women Bowling: T Smartt 10-0-52-0, S Taylor 7-0-34-1, S Quintyne 8-1-47-1, S Daley 6-1-20-0, S Selman 10-0-55-0, A Mohammed 3-0-28-0, S King 6-0-33-1.

West Indies Women (Target; 275)

N McLean b Devine 9

S Taylor c McGlashan b Mackay 32

S Campbelle LBW Huddleston 45

M Aguilleira*+ LBW Huddleston 14

S King c Priest b Huddleston 5

S Quintyne b Huddleston 18

C Henry run out (Bates) 10

S Daley b Huddleston 26

A Mohammed not out 1

T Smartt c Mackay b Browne 10

S Selman not out 1

Total: 180/9 (50 Overs)

Extras: (B 0, Lb 3, Wd 6, Nb 0) 9

Fall of Wickets: 1-20 (N McLean, 6.6), 2-65 (S Taylor, 17.3), 3-88 (M Aguilleira, 20.5), 4-98 (S King, 22.6), 5-131 (S Campbelle, 32.2), 6-132 (S Quintyne, 34.3), 7-166 (C Henry, 41.4), 8-167 (S Daley, 42.1), 9-178 (T Smartt, 48.2)

New Zealand Women Bowling: S Devine 6-1-20-1, M Nielsen 10-2-31-0, N Browne 9-1-26-1, S Bates 2-0-18-0, F Mackay 8-1-39-1, H Huddleston 10-2-36-5, H Jensen 5-2-7-0.

Result: New Zealand Women won by 94 runs

Player of the Match

Toss: West Indies Women won the toss and elected to field

12th Women: M Green (New Zealand Women), Kyshona Knight (West Indies Women)

Umpires: B Frost & K Cross

Scorers: E West & K Fleet

First Published By New Zealand Cricket.

Sun, 02/23/2014 - 20:24