Beaumont’s Excellent Efforts In England Women vs New Zealand Women 1st T20I

A brilliant show by England’s Tammy Beaumont led the team to secure a smashing 46-run win over the New Zealand team in the first match of the England Women vs New Zealand Women Series 2021 at Chelmsford. Here’s taking a look at the key points of the match that was dominated by England. 

New Zealand’s dismal bowling in England Women vs New Zealand Women Series 2021 1st T20I

Though Beaumont’s 97 runs out of 65 balls had a major role to play in helping them win the match, New Zealand’s dismal bowling has to be thanked for it as well. Amy Jones offered adequate support to Beaumont as England smoothly reached 184 runs for four wickets.  

Lackluster fielding by NZ further helped the hosts. Though Sarah Glenn, Sophie Ecclestone, and Katherine Brunt got two wickets each, the fact that the bowlers have not played for the last five months was pretty evident in England Women vs New Zealand Women Schedule.  

Heather Knight’s injury before England Women vs New Zealand Women Schedule

The regular captain of Team England, Heather Knight, could not play in this match because of her hamstring injury. Furthermore, the uncapped pair of Charlie Dean and Maia Bouchier was kept out of the 1st T20I of England Women vs New Zealand Women Series 2021 because of the COVID scare.  

Emma Lamb got a chance to make her debut in international cricket after getting into the squad just four days back. Though she reached the crease when Beaumon was out, she didn’t face any ball. 

Farrant’s brilliant show in England Women vs New Zealand Women Schedule 

Maddy Green was playing really well with Satterthwaite at number four before Farrant took a brilliant catch and got her out. It reminded fans of Farrant’s excellent efforts in the Hundred eliminator, where she had taken four wickets. Catch all the latest updates and more sports news only on Pure Win News. Just bookmark this page. 

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