Suzie Batesa Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

St Johns (Antigua), Oct 2 (IANS) New Zealand Women, aided by using a half of-century from Suzie Bates, pulled off a thriller to win the second one T20I in opposition to the West Indies Women with the aid of six wickets with one ball remaining and degree the series, at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium on Sunday (IST).

Batting first, the West Indies had a hard time getting the scoreboard moving as New Zealand bowlers were a lot extra constant of their line and period. The hosts subsequently controlled a underneath-par 107/5 in 20 overs.

Skipper Hayley Matthews struck one boundary on her way to 8 off 13 balls earlier than she had a huge nick in the back of to keeper Izzy Gaze of Hayley Jensen.

Full name Suzannah Wilson Bates
Born 16 September 1987 (age 35)
Dunedin, New Zealand
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right arm medium

Aaliyah Alleyne, who punished the White Ferns bowlers inside the first fit, struggled to get getting into this in shape. Eden Carson who changed Lea Tahuhu inside the White Ferns’ team, had Alleyne stuck for thirteen which came off 19 balls.

Kyshona Knight and Chinelle Henry struck a 31-run partnership when the house facet needed it the maximum. Knight fell 8 runs short of a half-century.

In reply, Suzie Bates smashed six fours on her way to 54 off sixty one balls, and became well supported with the aid of Amelia Kerr with 21 from 25 balls. The visitors appeared set for victory earlier than wickets from Cherry-Ann Fraser in the 18th over swung the fit returned inside the West Indies; favour.

However, the nineteenth over went for 10 runs which meant New Zealand needed seven runs inside the closing over, which they done with one ball to spare. Fraser had the pleasant bowling figures, finishing with 2.5-0-thirteen-1 accompanied by way of off-spinner Karishma Ramharack 4-zero-23-1.

The groups will go back to the identical venue on Sunday for the 1/3 T20I in the five-match series.

Brief rankings: West Indies Women 107/5 in 20 overs (Kyshona Knight 42; Hayley Jensen three/24) lost to New Zealand Women 108/4 in 19.5 overs (Suzie Bates fifty four) through six wickets.

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