Deandra Dottin carrer best 150* was washed away in first ODI however Deandra Dottin adapted to the situation indeed in the second ODI with a five-ball 19 in an exhilarating Super Over finish to convey an exciting success for West Indies over South Africa Women after their low-scoring undertaking finished in a tie, in Jo’burg.
Put in to bat first, with the game diminished to 41 overs for each side because of downpour on one or the other side of the throw, South Africa were packaged out for a small 160 as every one of the five bowlers sent by the guests picked two wickets each. Openers Laura Wolvaardt and Tazmin Brits posted a 53-run stand, making a quiet 25 each, however Chinelle Henry struck two times one after another as the hosts lost three wickets in about 14 conveyances and just never recuperated.
Substitute chief Sune Luus joined with veteran Mignon du Preez to forestall a free fall, yet it was just brief help for South Africa. While Luus proceeded to make 46 of South Africa’s 120 when of her excusal, none of the leftover players figured out how to cross 18. Shamilla Connell loaned the let blows know when he sent back the forceful Chloe Tryon (18) and Luus (46) in about four overs, and the tail recently buckled.
West Indies then themselves disintegrated, and it was simply because of a fifty organization lower down the request that they figured out how to even out the scores regardless of Ayabonga Khaka’s fifer. While Dottin started off the pursuit in her typical style, making a lively 31-ball 37 of the group’s 43 when Khaka bowled her, different players of the top-request didn’t come to the party.
Reeling at 49 for 4, Stafanie Taylor momentarily held up one finish to join a 33-run remain with Shemaine Campbelle however the pair fell in something very similar over to Luus to leave the lower request with the modifying task once more. The 54-run remain between Chedean Nation (35 off 52) and Henry (26 off 28) did precisely that – resuscitating West Indies’ expectations again of a series lead. Once more nonetheless, Khaka furnished the home side with the game-changing forward leap with wickets off two successive conveyances in the 32nd over.
Four calm overs later Nation broke the shackles with a limit off Masabata Klaas, however scratched behind off the exceptionally next conveyance to leave West Indies three away with just a wicket close by – the one that Shabnim Ismail gobbled up after three dabs when the scores were level.
For left with a similar energy in the Super Over and crushed 2, 4, 4, 6, 3 off the initial five balls and Hayley Matthews set the good to beat all with a last-ball six to make it an enormous 25-run over off Ismail. Tryon then, at that point, started off with a six to and Tazmin Brits gathered several limits yet with 11 required off the last two South Africa could oversee two to surrender the game.
Brief scores : South Africa Women 160 all out in 40.4 overs (Sune Luus 46; Hayley Matthews 2-21, Shamilla Connell 2-22) tied with West Indies Women 160 all out in 37.4 overs (Deandra Dottin 37, Chedean Nation 35; Ayabonga Khaka 5-26, Sune Luus 2-25) (West Indies won the one-over eliminator)