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Second ODI washed out between Pakistan Women and England Women

By News Desk

May 26, 2024 09:20 PM


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The Second ODI match between Pakistan Women and England Women was abandoned due to persistent rain after only 6.5 overs were bowled in the day in Taunton. Both teams were awarded one point each on the ICC Women’s Championship table.

Earlier in the day, Nida Dar won the toss and elected to bat first fielding an unchanged XI. Pakistan’s opening batters, Sadaf Shamas (18 not out, 28b, 2x4s) and Sidra Amin (7 not out, 13b) put on an unbeaten 29 for no loss in 6.5 overs before the rain arrived.

Playing her first ODI of the three-match series, Lauren Filer conceded 18 runs in her three overs while Kate Cross had bowled one maiden out of the 3.5 overs she sent down giving away 11 runs.

England had clinched the opening ODI at Derby while the last game will be played at Chelmsford on 29 May.

Scores in brief

No Result

Match called off due to rain

Pakistan Women 29-0, 6.5 overs (Sadaf Shamas 18 not out, Sidra Amin 7 not out)

1st ODI – England Won by 37 runs

3rd ODI – Wednesday, 29 May, Chelmsford (3 pm PKT)


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