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NatWest Women's Quadrangular Series: Australia Women v India Women
Saturday, 2 July 2011 at Chesterfield
Australia Women beat India Women by 3 wickets
India Women won the toss and decided to bat
215 all out (49.4 overs)
216 for 7 (50.0 overs)

India Women 1st Innings - All out
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Raut c Cameron b Smith
60
106 5 0
Tanwar
 
b Coyte
8
25 1 0
Deshpande c Blackwell b Coyte
5
20 0 0
Raj
 
b Nitschke
49
61 7 0
Kaur c Fields b Smith
31
37 3 0
Krishnamurthy c Cameron b Sthalekar
14
16 1 0
Goswami c Lanning b Sthalekar
6
6 0 0
Sharma c Sthalekar b Coyte
18
16 2 0
David c Lanning b Nitschke
3
4 0 0
Sultana not out
 
2
4 0 0
Bisht c and b Nitschke
5
3 1 0
Extras
 
12w 2lb 14
 
Total
 
all out 215 (49.4 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Smith 10.0 1 32 2
Coyte 10.0 1 38 3
Sthalekar 9.0 0 35 2
Maloney 6.0 0 30 0
Nitschke 9.4 0 46 3
Osborne 5.0 0 32 0
Fall of wicket
 
16 Tanwar
28 Deshpande
103 Raj
163 Raut
168 Kaur
177 Goswami
190 Krishnamurthy
206 David
208 Sharma
215 Bisht

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Australia Women 1st Innings - Close
 
 
Runs
Balls
4s
6s
Nitschke c Deshpande b Goswami
78
100 8 1
Lanning run out (Sharma)
 
23
32 3 0
Poulton c Deshpande b Bisht
34
58 2 0
Blackwell c Deshpande b Bisht
23
54 1 0
Cameron
 
b Goswami
5
8 1 0
Sthalekar lbw b Sultana
6
6 1 0
Fields c Deshpande b Sultana
11
22 0 0
Coyte not out
 
17
19 1 1
Smith not out
 
1
4 0 0
Extras
 
3nb 5w 3b 7lb 18
 
Total
 
for 7 216 (50.0 ovs)

Bowler
O
M
R
W
Goswami 10.0 1 32 2
Sharma 7.0 0 38 0
Kaur 5.0 0 43 0
Sultana 10.0 1 30 2
David 8.0 0 31 0
Bisht 10.0 1 32 2
Fall of wicket
 
52 Lanning
121 Poulton
152 Nitschke
161 Cameron
168 Sthalekar
187 Blackwell
207 Fields

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Umpires: R J Evans, G Sharp
Australia Women: Fields (C/W), Blackwell, Cameron, Coyte, Lanning, Maloney, Nitschke, Osborne, Poulton, Smith, Sthalekar
India Women: Goswami (C), Sharma, Bisht, David, Deshpande (W), Kaur, Krishnamurthy, Raj, Raut, Sultana, Tanwar








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