Annabel Sutherland, Meg Lanning stars as Australia stay unbeaten to complete Ashes rout

Annabel Sutherland took 4 wickets Getty Images

Annabel Sutherland took 4 wickets Getty Images

Britain’s wild run got done with a cry in the Women’s Ashes as they went somewhere around eight wickets in the last ODI in the wake of posting only 163. Tammy Beaumont made 50, Natalie Sciver got 46 yet the hitters capitulated to the greatness of Annabel Sutherland (4 for 31). Australia finished the pursuit in 36.2 overs to finish their unbeaten Ashes win.

In the wake of selecting to bat, England lost Emma Lamb for a duck in the second finished and made a sluggish beginning. Whenever Heather Knight was excused in the 10th over, the guests had only 18 sudden spikes in demand for the board. That is when Sciver and Beaumont got together to consistent the boat a little. They made 88 yet censured 152 conveyances, with the two hitters at last scoring at a strike pace of under 50.

As Australia controlled the progression of runs, the strain proceeded to mount and the innings just disintegrated once Beaumont fell in the 35th over. Britain went from being 107 for 2 to 139 for 8 preceding Charlotte Dean made an unbeaten 18 to take the innings to work the last finished. Megan Schutt stowed 2 for 25 while Alana King and Jess Jonassen got a wicket each.

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A less than impressive absolute was never going to be to the point of testing Australia. Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes began the pursuit with a stand of 74 of every 16 overs before the previous was excused by Freya Davies. Six conveyances later, Haynes also was excused, yet England neglected to assemble any tension regardless of the little opening.

Meg Lanning struck 50 years and with Ellyse Perry, facilitated the side home with an unbeaten stand of 90. Indeed, even as England head to New Zealand for the guard of their World Cup crown with loads of question marks around their batting, they can cheer up from their bowling exhibitions. Sophie Ecclestone dazzled in the last ODI with figures of 10-2-18-1.

Australia finished the Ashes driving England 12-4 with wins in the opening T20I and each of the three ODIs. Two T20Is were cleaned out while the oddball Test was drawn.

Brief scores : England 163 in 49.3 overs (Tammy Beaumont 50; Annabel Sutherland 4-31) lost to Australia 164/2 in 36.2 overs (Meg Lanning 57*) by 8 wickets.

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