India Beat “Ireland” To Book Super 6th Berth, India opener Thirush Kamini struck a profession best 113 not out with the assistance of 11 limits and four sixes as she figured conspicuously in a 174-run opening stand with Deepti Sharma (89), who indented up her second half-century of the competition.
India Beat “Ireland” To Book Super 6th Berth
India enlisted a simple 125-run triumph over Ireland to post their third continuous win in Group An and secured a set in the Super Six phase of the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier on Friday. Having scored an aggressive aggregate of 250 for two, India knocked down some pins Ireland out for a pitiful 125 in 49.1 overs.
India opener Thirush Kamini struck a profession best 113 not out with the assistance of 11 limits and four sixes as she figured noticeably in a 174-run opening stand with Deepti Sharma (89), who indented up her second half-century of the competition.
The left-gave combine batted near 40 overs in what was India’s first opening century-remain in ODIs in near four years.
Ireland, which had lost to Sri Lanka before in the class, floundered in their run pursue with India leg-spinner Poonam Yadav completing with noteworthy figures of three for 30.
Gaby Lewis (33) and Isobel Joyce (31) could just delay the inescapable in sultry climate.
The Indians, who lead the Group A standings, beforehand vanquished Sri Lanka and Thailand. They are booked to play Zimbabwe on February 13.
“Getting a hundred for India is constantly unique. It was truly fulfilling to get runs today when the group required a decent opening association. The ball was not making advances on the bat later in the innings, so getting runs was difficult. I’d gone into the match intending to get keeps running at a reasonable pace and prevailing in that,” Kamini said.
In another Group A match, Zimbabwe enrolled their first win, beating Thailand by 36 runs.
Then, Pakistan scored a tremendous 236-run win over Papua New Guinea, while Bangladesh vanquished Scotland by seven wickets.
South Africa, which did not have a match today, have additionally won two amusements from a match less and are the top choices from Group B.
India: 250 for 2 in 50 overs (Thirush Kamini 113 not out, Deepti Sharma 89).
Ireland: 125 hard and fast in 49.1 overs (Gaby Lewis 33, Isobel Joyce 31; Poonam Yadav 3/30, Shikha Pandey 2/11, Devika Vaidya 2/11).