490/4: Kiwis women shaking the cricket world .. shock for men!
Set the world up for cricket. On Friday (June 8), in the first ODI match against Ireland, 490 runs for the loss of 4 wickets in 50 overs. The YMCA cricket ground in Dublin was bumped with a batsman run. New Zealand captain Suzie Bates scored 151 runs from 94 deliveries. Matthew Green also scored a record-breaking century with captain and captain.
The record for most runs in cricket has been registered by the New Zealand Women’s Team. On January 29, 1997, Kiwis scored 455/5 against Pakistan. In the men’s case, the England men’s cricket team has scored 444/3 against Pakistan in the ODIs so far. The England team achieved this feat in Nottingham, on 30 August 2016. The New Zealand Women’s team has reached its innings in 48 overs.
The New Zealand team, opening the toss and batting, started aggressively. Ireland bowled the dice for bowlers. Captain Suzie, who has scored 151 runs, has got good support from another opener Jess Watkins (62). Suji’s innings featured 24 fours and two sixes. Watson’s 62 off 59 balls included 10 boundaries.
The Kiwis team made a huge score when the bowling came in the third position with the Madi Green bats. Maddy, who scored just 77 balls, made 121 runs with a six. The New Zealand team reached the highest score in one-day internationals when Amitai Kerr also batted to bat. Kerr made just 45 balls and made 81 runs with three fours and three sixes.
Kiwis have lost the record for most runs (444) in men’s over in 48 overs for the batsmen. A record-breaking fourth-wicket stand between Kiwis’ batsmen scored 45 runs in the last two overs. The Kiwis team has been globally acclaimed for the highest score in the world of cricket.